The ostrich—a reminder of creation and the Fall
A reminder of creation and the Fall
Species were designed to change, part 3
Not only can species change over time, but they can merge and split as well. This can be described with the ‘braided baramin’ concept.
Species were designed to change, part 2
Where do species come from? How much change is allowed? If species change, what separates creation from evolution?
An amazing desert trio
After the Flood, numerous animals adapted to special environments. Let’s look at how some special animals, the sandcat, fennec fox and mulgara adapted to the desert heat!
A new species in the making?
Do lizards and snakes form separate apobaramins?
Are lizards and snakes a part of the same biblical ‘kind’?
Comparison of morphology-based and genomics-based baraminology methods
A comparison of morphology-based and genomics-based approaches to understanding the created kinds.
Matthew Cserhati and Joel Tay
Catfish, big and small
The size variation in the catfish Order is extraordinary.
Sturddlefish or paddlegeon: inter-family hybridization between sturgeon and paddlefish and created kinds.
Baraminology suggests cryptic relationships among Caprimulgiformes
Is the bird order Caprimulgiformes a single created kind?
Matthew Cserhati and Jon Ahlquist
Baraminology data ﬁltering method based on entropy measurement and its application in dinosaur and cephalopod data sets
Applying a data filtering method to help clarify created kinds in dinosaur and cephalopod datasets.
Creation-based conservation for the Red Panda
Can creation-based conservation provide a better solutions than evolution-based attempts?
The Bible declares: In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1
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