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Modern Studies of Older Fathers and the Biblical Timeline for our DNA

It is undeniable that having an older dad is likely to add extra mutations to his child. How does this fit into the biblical creation assumptions? And, more than that, what do the gaps in our knowledge present for young geneticists willing to accept God’s testimony about our past?

As always, Dr. Robert Carter presents the facts clearly and in a manner easy to keep up with. I especially enjoyed his encouraging words about the Creation Research Society and their ongoing work with real-world research building upon the Bible’s foundation:

The idea that old men contribute more mutations to their children than young men is not controversial. The application of this thought to people who lived ‘biblical’ lifespans, however, is. Here, I discuss some new information on the subject and talk a little about the Creation Research Society and what it does to promote creationist research.

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Cheri Fields Lake Michigan profile 2020

Written by Cheri Fields

Hi, I’m Cheri Fields: 2nd generation homeschooling mom of seven, wife, writer, and science lover. There is a wealth of information available to help people see how trustworthy God and His testimony in the Bible is. The key is to explain concepts simply so they can be understood by anyone. This is my goal, and I’ve had a lot of fun tackling areas where the world tests our faith.

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