Greater Clarks Hill Regional Library


Evolution is a Myth (2010)

ISBN: 978-1449701536

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Gilbert C. Ward

Over the years, the teaching of evolution has been presented as a scientific fact in our schools, the Media, and even in some of our churches. Yet many of the evolutionists themselves question why they do not have the evidence necessary to support it. It is the lack of connecting links between the species that is the problem. Charles Darwin said: "Why is not every geological formation and every stratum full of such intermediate links?" Dr. Colin Patterson, a paleontologist, when asked why he didn't show pictures in his book showing connecting species said: "if I knew of any, fossil or living, I would certainly have included them. I will lay it on the line; there is not one such fossil for which one could make a watertight argument." The finding of an occasional fossil gets a lot of attention in the news; but it soon fades because it really didn't provide the substantial evidence needed to prove the theory. If there was such a process as evolution, then the fossils of connecting species would be plentiful over the supposed million of years, but there are none. The pre-historic men of the past: The Nebraska Man, the Pithecanthropus Erectus, the Piltdown man, the Neanderthal, Lucy, and Ardi, all had their day; but none made substantial proof that evolution was a fact. In fact, three of them tuned out to be frauds and Lucy was reconstructed many times to make her look more like a missing link. Evolution is not only wanting in its need for evidence; it has nothing to stimulate and challenge the individual person to live a purposeful life. This desire has to come from other sources than believing one came from a lower form of animal life.