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Monday, October 2, 2017

Basic Science about Genetics, Evolution, and Creation

Darwin's defenders often say that the science of genetics refutes biblical creation science and affirms gunk-to-geneticist evolution. That'll be the day! In reality, further research in genetics has been a gold mine for creation science, and the prediction by creationists that there is no "junk" DNA has been confirmed several times. Evolutionists do not help their cause by using deception and bad science, such as when they stitched together the chimpanzee genome and say those critters are our closes relatives. The DNA puzzle is not yet complete, but continues to refute evolution and support special creation.

Puzzle of DNA is incomplete but new discoveries continue to refute evolution and support special creation.
Credit: Pixabay / qimono
Changes in what is known about genetics is rapidly changing, so what we read in textbooks is incomplete or even erroneous today. DNA is more than a storage medium for an amazing amount of information, it is a language as well. People who want to know more on the subject have an uphill climb. When scientists commence to writing their reports, the technical jargon can be mighty confusing, so it's easy to feel baffled. How about something scientific that starts on a more basic level?
Genetics is the science of heredity: the study of how traits are passed on from organisms to their descendants.  It is perhaps the most relevant field of science to the issue of creation and evolution.  Which position on origins is most consistent with our modern understanding of genetics?  Do all organisms on earth share a common ancestor as Charles Darwin believed?  Or do all organisms trace back to a large number of separately created kinds which are not biologically related to other kinds?  Can the science of genetics shed light on these questions?
Although it takes a while, you would do well to get comfortable and read the rest of the article by clicking on "Creation 101: Genetics". I have a feeling that there will be some more "101" courses later on. 

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