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If Evolution is True, Why Are There Still Monkeys?
I have a new episode of “Ask a Creationist” today, wherein I tackle the disturbingly common question, “If we evolved from monkeys, why are there still monkeys?”  It’s a flawed question on two different levels, which you’ll find out about if you watch the video.  Or maybe you just know it already.
This is kind of low-hanging fruit for “Ask a Creationist,” but I continue to hear this question posed with some sort of finality, as if this bit of ignorance has forever stumped evolutionary biologists.  But it hasn’t.  It’s not clever.  It’s just wrong.  So let’s all stop saying it.
Todd Wood

Written by Todd Wood

Todd Charles Wood is a creation scientist not afraid to tackle tough issues for biblical creationists, especially related to human paleontology. He is an active teacher of high school science and hosts retreats and produces materials to inspire young people to take the Bible and science seriously.
Find him at ToddcWoods blogspot and Core Academy of Science websites
He holds a B.S. in Biology from Liberty University in Virginia and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Virginia

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