Human Evolution and Missing Links

Not long ago, Decker Halls was visiting the Darwin Ranch as a consultant or something. I saw Dewey Lye give him a lift to the train station, and after he adjusted the bough of holly on his lapel, Decker boarded the train. It turns out that Halls was trying to help them with the problem of missing links.

Something that most evolutionists are unable to grasp is that they are presupposing evolution happened in the first place, then they wonder why the evidence does not fit. This frequently happens. Mayhaps if they went back to square one and questioned evolution, they might not be so surprised that the links remain missing.

Evolutionists cannot get past the problem of missing links to our alleged apelike ancestors. The evidence points to the Creator, not Darwin.

Evolution is supposed to be purposeless, gradual, and with a wagon train-load of transitional forms, but Darwin's disciples often make their own rules. Links between humans and alleged apelike ancestors are not only missing, but bad science and even fraud have been utilized to give the appearance that human evolution is settled science. Minerals-to-microscopist evolution didn't happen, old son. Most Darwinists have an a priori commitment to naturalism, so they do not "follow where the evidence leads", which is to the Creator.
You have seen the famous image and its many parodies, haven’t you? Four men marching confidently in single file. No, I am not talking about the cover of the Beatles’ Abbey Road album, but that other iconic image—the illustration of human evolution. It’s supposed to represent a scientific truth, but how much of this image is based on fact and how much is based on imagination? The answer has more important consequences than you might think.

Have you ever sent your children to the cupboard to find a snack? You had a whole-grain snack bar in mind, but they came back with a fistful of gummy bears. We tend to look for what we want to find. That’s often true in scientific research, too. Most anthropologists, for example, start with the assumption humans evolved from apelike creatures. Then when they find fossils with characteristics that appear to lie between those of modern apes and humans, they label them transitional forms or missing links in the imagined evolutionary chain of being.

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