Evolutionary Errors Essay

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For years, evolutionary theory and Creationism have been at war with one another, with supporters from both sides passionately defending their beliefs while attempting to undermine the validity of the other. Despite what millions of people will say, Creationism is the only logical and /or possible way that the universe could have been created. It is shocking that millions upon millions of people would be deceived into believing the same lie, but it is true.
Ever since Charles Darwin came up with his theory of evolution, thousands upon thousands of people have continued to be enticed into accepting it and, even worse, believing it. One of the primary reasons for society’s general acceptance of the theory is that it has been taught as
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As the foundations of evolution are examined, one will find that evolutionary theory cannot and could not be responsible for the diverse landscape that permeates the universe today.
The Foundations of Evolutionary Theory The basic foundations of evolutionary theory, as proposed by Charles Darwin in his book “The Origin of Species”, is that the origin of the universe itself was produced from the Big Bang, and that, over millions and billions of years, environmental conditions of the earth allowed for amino acids to produce the first life form. As millions of years went by after this primordial organism came into existence, it evolved into more and more complicated life forms that were more suited for survival. Darwin’s theory goes on to state that this variation of species is unlimited and is constantly occurring, but drastic changes in species occur only over the course of millions of years. As a result of this, Darwin claims that there should be a gradual change in the fossil record and that there would also be transitional forms between all forms of life. There are five major icons that evolutionists claim supports the theory of evolution. Some of these are very well known to the general community, but others are less familiar to the non-scientific community. These five icons are Stanley Millers experiment with amino acids, Haeckel’s

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