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What does min mean?
How closely does the Hebrew word min (‘kind’) match the modern creationist usage of the term ‘baramin’ (‘created kind’)?
by Pete J Williams
Large sparrow-finch monobaramin in perching birds
Hybrid data suggests a large sparrow-finch baramin that includes over 1,000 modern species!
by Jean K Lightner
A problem of pedigree
Pedigree dogs, far from being the ‘most evolved’, are actually the sickest and most genetically impoverished.
by Lita Sanders
Comparing chromosomes and genomes
Towards a better understanding of the types of genomic changes that have occurred throughout history in the creation model
by Jean K Lightner
The opossum’s tale
The opossum of the Americas confounds ‘just-so’ stories to explain Australia’s weird mammals.
by Lael Weinberger
Karyotypic and allelic diversity within the canid baramin (Canidae)
The genetic diversity within dogs is greater than natural selection and random mutation would allow. Did God design genetic mechanisms to create diversity within biblical kinds?
by Jean K. Lightner
The birds of the Galápagos
Darwin thought he saw evolution, but these island birds really support the biblical Creation/Fall/Flood/Dispersion model.
by Lita Cosner and Jonathan Sarfati
Darwin’s finches
Evidence supporting rapid post-Flood adaptation.
by Carl Wieland
Identification of species within the cattle monobaramin (kind)
What species fall into the biblical kind for cattle?
by Jean K. Lightner
Identification of species within the sheep-goat kind (Tsoan monobaramin)
Are sheep and goats part of the same original biblical kind?
by Jean K. Lightner
Separating the sheep from the goats
Sheep and goats illustrate the limits of the created kinds and the inadequacy of mutations for evolution
by Jean Lightner
Eat your Brussels sprouts!
The variety in the cabbage family speaks of how God created plants with a built-in capacity to diversify—within limits.
by Don Batten