Answering Questions About Genetic Entropy

20:4714 Oct, 2021

The idea of genetic entropy is simple: species decay over time because mutations build up in populations over time. Yet, evolutionists strongly resist this idea and often use false arguments to try and explain it away. Keaton Halley and Dr Robet Carter discuss this important topic and show how evolutionists play fast and loose with the facts. In the end, genetic entropy is a strong refutation of darwinian evolution.

This episode features Dr Robert Carter and Keaton Halley. Talk is produced by Joseph Darnell out of the CMI-USA studios. Become a monthly contributor at our donate page. Share your thoughts in the comments and share the video with your friends!

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