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Creation: Darwinian Evolutionary Frauds Pt. X

Posted by Gregg on Sep 5, 2010 in apologetics, Creation, homeschooling

“Skull fragment may not be human”, announced the Knoxville News-Sentinel. The Daily Telegraph, an Australian newspaper, carried the story of the latest bone hoax with the much more humorous (pardon the pun) headline: “ASS TAKEN FOR MAN.”

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Creation: Darwinian Evolutionary Frauds Pt. VIII

Posted by Gregg on Aug 22, 2010 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Creation, homeschooling

Logic dictates that if Peking Man were an intermediate sub-human species, one of man’s evolutionary ancestors, that lived for even a few hundred generations, there should be abundant fossil remains available today.

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Creation: Darwinian Evolutionary Frauds Pt. VII

Posted by Gregg on Aug 15, 2010 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Creation, homeschooling

Finally, in 1953 and after nearly 40 years, Joseph Weiner and Kenneth Oakley applied the recently developed fluorine test to the bones—and found that Piltdown Man was a complete hoax. Someone had intentionally taken an ape jaw and combined it with a fragment of human skull bone, filed the teeth somewhat, and then carefully stained the entire “specimen” so that the bones looked both ancient and appeared to be a matching set.

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Creation: Darwinian Evolutionary Frauds Pt. V

Posted by Gregg on Jul 18, 2010 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Creation, homeschooling

Far from being indisputable, both the validity and the relevance of Java Man remains in serious and continuous dispute and, like Nebraska man, shares a heritage rich in fraud.

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Creation: Darwinian Evolutionary Frauds Pt. IV

Posted by Gregg on Jul 11, 2010 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Creation, homeschooling

If Darwinists were so obviously right, why all the Pious Fraud? Why ANY fraud at all? Why not let facts lead to unavoidable conclusions? Why add lies, misdirection, obfuscation, mendacity, fraud, and fabrication to the argument? Why is that necessary? What is the meaning of that? What do you suppose the intent, is?

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