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Author Topic:   Is There Any Genetic Or Morphological Criterion For "Kind"?
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Message 27 of 40 (643647)
12-09-2011 9:03 PM
Reply to: Message 16 by Dr Adequate
09-26-2006 8:09 PM


Baraminology
Hello,
Perhaps the most specific reference to baraminology (the creation science version of taxonomy) can be found here: http://objectiveministries.org/creation/baraminology.html

Essentially it does seem like a regurgitation of the biological speces concept, but it's an elegant attempt by 'creation scientists.'


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Message 39 of 40 (644086)
12-14-2011 10:45 PM
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12-09-2011 9:37 PM


Re: Baraminology
Science can't validate supernatural causes that apologetics refer to. I think the point of the thread in establishing the fact that there is no religious criterion for a "kind" is clear.

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