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Fish to Human Evolution? Evidence Please!

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New Fish-to-Human Evolution Book

This one's a little longer than usual (just past 6 min) but it's got so many rapid-fire points on this newest book reviewed in this week's issue of Science News, by evolutionist Neil Shubin.

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Posted by Points of Origins on Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Evolutionists desperately need to find fossil and genetic evidence to demonstrate that all more complex organisms developed out of simpler, earlier creatures. And they find it—at least that’s what student textbooks claim.

Today we consider Tiktaalik and fish swim bladders.

Although for the public Tiktaalik is presented as a case-closed proof of evolution, it was only given weight in paleontology circles for a handful of years before being rejected.

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Dr. Charles Jackson

Written by Dr. Charles Jackson

Dr. Charles Jackson has four degrees in science and education and taught secondary school sciences 11 years, then college biology and chemistry 6 years, and then teacher education classes 6. In 2003, Dr. Jackson founded Points of Origins and began teaching, speaking, and debating in creation science education. Keenly interested in liberating Christian students from the delusion that their faith has been refuted by modern science, Dr. J crusades against evolutionary dogma on college campuses across the United States. He has presented creation science instruction in churches, to both secular and Christian high school and college faculties, to student assemblies from elementary through high school, and to Christian groups on many college campuses.

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