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Today's Creation Moment

Apr
23
After Their Kinds
Genesis 1:12
“And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was...
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I looked over some of the items that one of the Evolutionists sent us. Many names of many animals were used to prove that animals change from one kind to another. Of course, all they did was give names of animals. They didn't give examples of one animal CHANGING into another, since it never happens (other than designed metamorphosis). They showed an "Error" where Protoavis (or Proavis) was removed. Someone must have told them that the creature never existed. It was a figment of someone's fertile imagination, which was readily accepted by those who so adamantly believe the Fairy-tale. Another error (that they didn't realize) is the listing of Archeopteryx as an in-between reptile to bird. They must not know that ALL scientists agree that old Arky was a true bird. Besides, it only takes a "simple" study of the beauty and design of the feather to realize that scales "ain't gonna turn into them".

I have a Black Labrador Retriever who can climb up a tree backwards! I can show you the Lab and I can show you the tree! Dogs became dolphins! I can show you dogs, and I can show you Dolphins! Sea Squirts became fish! I can show you Sea Squirts, and I can show you fish. I guess Coelacanth was removed from the "fish to land animal" list, since they found it alive in the Indian Ocean.

You know, with at least two million different kinds of creatures, surely some would look like a possible in-between animal, but there are none that really are! That's because of Stasis (the stability of kinds), of course.

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