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The Great Creation Debate
  • By Brad Freckleton
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Why isn t the evolution of flight shown in the fossil record? Bugs, birds, bats and dinosaurs flew and are shown fully formed in the fossil record, but there are no animals with halfway wings in the fossil record leading from ground based animals to flying animals. What is desperately wrong with the Grand Canyon if evolution is true? Where are the massive signs of erosion between the sedimentary layers of the Grand Canyon if they were laid down a million years at a time? Why does massive erosion only show up at the top? Animals with well-developed eyes show up suddenly in the fossil record as do flying animals. It s the norm for plants and animals to show up in the fossil record with the same separations as we see in different types of living animals and plants today. The second law of thermodynamics is a law of science that says everything left to its own will wear out, run down. It is a fundamental law of science. So how did evolution accidentally go up? How could a DNA molecule fumble together? The cell needs DNA; DNA needs the cell which came first? Beneficial mutations also weaken in other areas, and don t write evolutionary advancing DNA code. Spiral galaxies (which have the shape of a star fish that is spinning quickly) throughout our universe, like our Milky Way galaxy, are supposed to be over 10 billion years old. If they were over a billion years old they would lose their spiral arm shape. The arms of our galaxy, the Milky Way, only show a maximum age of 0.3 billion years. People want to know why they re here now and where they re going to go. They want surety of truth also. Read this book and see how well evolution holds up in all the sciences. Read this book and see if life can have meaning, direction and hope with surety. For those who claim to be open minded, put on your seatbelts and keep your arms inside as you ride the roller coaster of your own value systems

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  • Additional Details
    • SKU: 9781619968219
    • Manufacturer: Xulon Pr
    • Language of Text: English
    • ISBN 13: 9781619968219
    • Publication Date: 07/01/2012
    • Format: Paperback
    • Author: Brad Freckleton
    • Page Count: 182
    • Width: 8.50 inches
    • Height: 0.39 inches
    • Length: 11.02 inches
    • Weight: 0.96 pounds
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