Why My Son Doesn’t Believe in Evolution – Creation and our kids.

I wrote an article recently that is posted on LifeschoolingConference.com 

In order to avoid confusing Google, I wasn’t able to post the entire article here. However, I have included a short blip to get you started. Read the rest of this well-written, thought-provoking post here.

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Here are the first few words of the post just to give you a taste of the subject matter:

First to clarify, I want to make sure that everyone reading this understands that there is a distinct difference between macroevolution and microevolution.

Creation and our Kids – Macroevolution versus Microevolution

Macroevolution states, “All things evolve in a positive beneficial direction.” For example, macroevolution is generally defined as the process by which one type of animal, for example, fish, evolves into a completely different type of animal, for example, amphibian.

This requires an increase in genetic information, which has NEVER BEEN SHOWN to happen.

Natural Selection, on the other hand, is the process whereby organisms adapt to their environment, survive, and thus, produce offspring. Natural Selection is an example of microevolution, which HAS been observed in the laboratory. For example, microevolution is what happens when bacteria develop immunity to antibiotics. Antibiotic resistance is not the result of click here to read the rest of the article….

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