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GUEST,Iona BS: Young Earth Creationism Eureka! (1606* d) RE: BS: Young Earth Creationism Eureka! 27 Jan 12

Paul Burke:
When I say 'Evolution' I'm referring to the belief that man evolved from different creatures like algae, and then further down the 'line', monkeys. Like what's taught in public schools.

Adaption is simply variations of animals within the same kind.

Don Firth: Of course Evolutionists don't believe that species can mutate into another species overnight. But adaption and variation is completely different from evolution. Evolution says that a cat can turn into a dog, given the right genetic mistakes and mutations. We have yet to discover a beneficial mutation; and yet for Evolution to be true, there has to have been thousands of them in the past to create all of the amazing creatures we see in our world.

No one has found a 'missing link', but there must be thousands of them if creatures truly do evolve like Evolution says. Why is it that we find all these creatures in the fossil record, but no one can find the 'links' between them?

Wolves can turn into Yorkshire Terriers simply because they are both part of the dog kind. But the Yorkshire Terrier, if you keep breeding and breeding and breeding, will not create a bigger, better dog--the gene pool gets weaker and weaker as the generations progress. That's the direct opposite of evolution, which requires thousands of beneficiall mutations and genetic mistakes.

"God and evolution are not incompatible. As I said above, that's how God did it."
Then what do you call Genesis?

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