|February 23, 2018|
Do Creationists reject the idea that organisms change over time?
Darwinian evolution focuses on species, a term which first began to be applied to the field of biology only a few hundred years ago. However, the creation account contained in Genesis 1 was written thousands of years ago in Hebrew and instead uses the term “kinds.” Are these two terms equivalent or are they different from one another? If we observe some changes in a species over time is that equivalent to demonstrating that one kind of organism can change into an entirely different kind of organism?
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Creationist and Evolutionary terms and theories related to the origin of different types of organisms, please see our study entitled:
Evolution vs. Creationism