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A Platypus in the Tree is Worth Two in the Bush
     

A Platypus in the Tree is Worth Two in the Bush

by Daniel Copeland
 
Abstract: Evolutionists have long used the analogy of a family tree to describe the common ancestry of all life on Earth. They refer to this analogy as the “phylogenetic tree.” However, a brief glance at the many variations of the phylogenetic tree makes it clear that there is little consensus among scientists as to where many animals fit. By examining

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Abstract: Evolutionists have long used the analogy of a family tree to describe the common ancestry of all life on Earth. They refer to this analogy as the “phylogenetic tree.” However, a brief glance at the many variations of the phylogenetic tree makes it clear that there is little consensus among scientists as to where many animals fit. By examining the case of the platypus, it becomes clear that the phylogenetic tree is based largely on speculation. Evolutionists are actually beginning to realize for themselves that the tree has some major shortcoming, and so they are changing their analogy. The change is not primarily to reflect honest scientific observations, but to steer attention away from the glaring problems of assuming a common ancestry of all life.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016250977
Publisher:
Foundations Creation and Worldview Ministries
Publication date:
02/06/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
18 KB

Meet the Author

Author Biography: Daniel Copeland is founder and director of Foundations Creation and Worldview Ministries in Canon City, CO. He is a preacher and apologist and has been passionately researching Biblical Creationism for three years. He is a graduate of Sangre de Cristo Seminary in Westcliffe, CO, a member of the American Scientific Affiliation, and author of Challenging Creation: Questions and Answers for Christians and Atheists (also available at bn.com).

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