For over a century, evolutionists have been deliberately interpreting all scientific data on origins to fit Darwin's theory of evolution. For instance, although the evidence in the living world and in all reliable fossil deposits shows abrupt gaps, evolutionists interpret these gaps as missing links to justify the numerous transformations that the theory predicts. The evolutionist paradigm recently suffered a fatal blow when empirical science ripped off its chapter on junk DNA, which Darwinists have idolized as the evolutionary key in unfolding ancestral history and thus the unique testimony against a purely creationist worldview. All along, 'just-so' explanations have persistently been tendered to camouflage the discrepancies. In Farewell to Darwinian Evolution, Michael Ebifegha presents a historical account of God's creation patent and seal and shows that they corroborate the scientific evidence. Arguing that a report claiming both invention and ownership of the cosmos must override any theory relating to events in the cosmos that were never witnessed, Ebifegha insists it is time to bid farewell to Darwinian transformational evolution (macroevolution). The focus in science, he stresses, must be limited to microevolution-the aspect that underpins modern advances in medicine, agriculture, and selective breeding. Dr. Michael Ebifegha is a scholar with international experience. He is a graduate of Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria (M.Sc. Applied Geophysics); Carleton University, Canada (M.Sc. Physics); and the University of Toronto (B.Ed., Ph.D. Physics). He is currently a full-time science and mathematics instructor at the Toronto District School Board. Ebifegha is the author of The Darwinian Delusion Creation or Evolution? and most recently 4th: Refuting the Myth of Evolutionism and Exposing the Folly of the Clergy Letters.831. 8. Smithsonian Institution, ANIMAL, The definitive visual guide to the worlda#39;s wildlife, Burnie, David and Wilson Don E. (editors-in-chief), Dorling ... 11. http:// www.enchantedlearning.com/ subject/dinosaurs /dinos /Brachiosaurus.shtml http anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Death of Evolution|
|Publisher||:||Xulon Press - 2007-04|