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Biblical "kinds" Undefined.

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Posted by John Morgan Powell on April 4, 2001 17:05:14 UTC

Brian Sloan,

The concept of "kinds" as described in the Bible or "types" as you use is not well-defined. Do you mean species, genus, family, order, or phylum? The modern biblical notion that minor biological changes can occur within a "kind" (whatever that is specified to be) but new "kinds" do not appear in the evolutionary record is incorrect.

Are you suggesting that atheist evolutionists haven't thought seriously about all the important issues of evolution, like where beaks and trunks come from? Only creationists and believers in intelligent design are willing to seriously think about these things? That's ridiculous.

It's my understanding that new features, like the elephant trunks or finch beaks come about because of random mutations in the pre-existing biological forms. Why doesn't this work for you?

Do you believe in the Bible?

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