Answer by John Mackay and Diane Eager This question arose following an item in our Evidence News 22 March 2017 about a study of dinosaur neck bones where we listed Brontosaurus as an example of a group of very large four legged herbivorous dinosaurs with long necks and tails, small heads, and massive limbs technically […]
SPECIATION? Is speciation a fact, and does this prove evolution?
A reader has sent in links to two evolutionist sites listing examples of speciation, and asked us which are not real examples of speciation. The list includes the Hawthorn fly, Three-spined sticklebacks, Cichlid fishes in Lake Nagubago, Tennessee cave salamanders, Greenish Warbler, Ensatina salamanders, Larus gulls, Petroica multicolour, Drosophila (fruit flies), Mayr bird fauna, Finches, […]
KIND? Creationists use the word Kind, but never define it? What do you mean?
What is the origin of the word kind?
KANGAROOS would be called unclean according to Leviticus, so was there only one pair on the Ark?
What makes an animal clean or unclean?
HOMO SAPIENS: If man was created, can man be classified as an animal?
Classification started in Genesis. What does that make man?