Unlocking DNA Secrets using the Biblical Creation Framework

Little did Gregor Mendel (peas be upon him) know when he initiated the study of genetics that Darwin's votaries would falsely claim that it supports their belief system. When Crick and Watson discovered the structure of DNA, the study of DNA became much more intense.

Indeed, the study of genetics has become much more refined in recent years, and DNA is an important part of many criminal investigations. The more scientists discover, the more they learn that much more exploration is needed.

The study of genetics had simple beginnings. Modern research has made surprising discoveries, and these fit the biblical creation science framework.
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Many surprising results have come from studies, including how "races" and ethnic groups are much more closely related than people think. (For that matter, Neanderthal DNA has been studied, and modern humans are closely related to them as well.) The study of DNA not only affects humans, but animals as well — and indicates recent creation, not evolution. Bad news for secularists: studies are well in keeping with a biblical creationist framework.
Prior to 1953, no one knew the physical basis for inheritance. . . . Mendel didn’t know the biological reasons for why his pea plants behaved the way they did. In the 100 years that followed, proteins emerged as a leading candidate for the physical basis for heredity. The discovery of the structure of the double helix in 1953 turned everyone’s attention to DNA.

Since then, it’s been hard to get our attention away from it. Astonishing findings keep calling us back.

The entire article can be found over yonder at "The Best-Kept Secrets of DNA". Also recommended is "God's Code of Life".