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You'll find that it's very common for evolutionists to point to differences — even minor ones — among members of a species as evidence that species change into entirely different ones over time (or sometimes quickly, if that suits their argument).
Differences among members of the species prove nothing except that the Lord has created all beings to be individuals. Is a human with a long nose a different species from one with a short nose? Of course not. Neither is a dark-colored grasshopper anything but a grasshopper.
Mutations are often cited as the impetus for speciation, but we never see that happen, either. For example, there is albinism in humans. That's not the makings of another species, but evidence that genetic mutations are a detriment rather than an advantage.
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The book of Genesis (particularly the first twelve chapters) is critically important to the Bible and to the Christian world view. Why? Because in it we find the record not...
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