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Amphibian and Reptile Kinds is a collection of papers previously published in the Answers Research Journal discussing the methodologies and rationale behind the research for the Ark Encounter exhibits.
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In preparation for the opening of the Ark Encounter, Answers in Genesis initiated an immense research project to determine the number of original animal kinds. It was the results of this project that the Ark Encounter used to estimate the number of animals that Noah would have needed to take on board the Ark. For the Ark Encounter to have the quality exhibits that could withstand critical scrutiny, careful research had to be undertaken to give solid, biblical answers to the Christian and skeptic alike.
Amphibian and Reptile Kinds, volume 2 of series 1, Baraminology, is a collection of papers previously published in the Answers Research Journal (ARI) discussing the methodologies and rationale behind this monumental project. Explanation is given of baramins, the creationists' term for created kinds. Although hybridization is argued to be the most reliable methodology for determining baramins, cognitum and statistical baraminology are also discussed. Discover interesting facts about each mammalian and avian baramin Noah may have taken on board the Ark in this high-quality monograph, illustrated with over 240 full-color images.
Dr. Andrew Snelling holds a PhD in geology from the University of Sydney, Australia. He serves as Answers in Genesis’ Director of Research and is the Editor-in-Chief of the online Answers Research Journal. Dr. Snelling is active in research, writing and also speaking on topics such as the flood, fossils, the Grand Canyon, and the radioactive dating of rocks.