Evolution Exposed Links

Evolution Exposed Links

These links below correspond with the references at the end of each chapter of Evolution Exposed

Chapter 1: What Is Science?

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Gish, D., The nature of science and of theories on origins

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Hodge, B., Feedback: A “more glorious” means for creation?

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Ham, K., Creation: Where’s the proof? Creation 22(1):39–42, 1999

Chapter 2: Classifying Life

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Morris, H., Men of Science, Men of God, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 27–28, 1998

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Aston, J. (Ed.), In Six Days, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 241–245, 2000

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Weston, P., How to read an evolutionary family tree, Creation 18(3):52, 1996

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Dinosaurs: phylogenetic chart

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Austin, S., Archaeoraptor: Featured dinosaur from National Geographic doesn’t fly

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Camp, A., On the alleged dinosaurian ancestry of birds

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Matthews, M., Scientific American admits creationists hit a sore spot

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Harrub, B., and Thompson, B., The demise of mitochondrial Eve

Chapter 3: Natural Selection vs. Evolution

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Ham, K., Wieland, C., and Batten, D., One Blood: The Biblical Answer to Racism, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 35–49, 2002

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Thompson, B., Is evolution a “fact” of science?

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Grigg, R., Darwin’s illegitimate brainchild, Creation 26(2):39–41, 2004

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Parker, G., Creation Facts of Life: How Real Science Reveals the Hand of God, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 75–76, 2006

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Ham, K., Did God create poodles? Creation 25(4):19–22, 2003

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Parker, G., Creation Facts of Life: How Real Science Reveals the Hand of God, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 43–53, 2006

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Bergman, J., Does homology provide evidence of evolutionary naturalism? TJ 15(1):26–33, 2001

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Wilkinson, R., Cutting out a useless vestigial argument, Creation 26(3):51, 2004

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Gish, D., When is a whale a whale?

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Vaterlaus, G. (Ed.), War of the Worldviews, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 29–41, 2006

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Morris, J., Does the beak of the finch prove Darwin was wrong?

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Cumming, K., Reticulate evolution

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Parker, G., Creation Facts of Life: How Real Science Reveals the Hand of God, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 80–84, 2006

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Aston, J. (Ed.), In Six Days, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 61–74, 2000

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Lester, L., Genetics: No friend of evolution, Creation 20(2):20–22, 1998

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Williams, A., Copying confusion, Creation 25(4):15, 2003

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Rendle-Short, J., Man: The image of God, Creation 4(1):21–29, 1981

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Evolution = atheism

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Parker, G., Creation Facts of Life: How Real Science Reveals the Hand of God, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 76–80, 2006

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Learning the right tricks about life’s origin, Creation 13(4):35, 1991

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DeWitt, D., Startling plant discovery presents problems for evolution

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Anderson, K., Is bacterial resistance to antibiotics an appropriate example of evolutionary change? Creation Research Society Quarterly 41(4):318–326, 2005

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Demick, D., Can genetic mutations produce positive changes in living creatures?

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Van Bebber, M., and Taylor, P., What does the fossil record teach us about evolution?

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Humphreys, R., Evidence for a young world

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Gallup poll on creationism, Aug 5–7, 2005

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Parker, G., Creation Facts of Life: How Real Science Reveals the Hand of God, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 84–108, 2006

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Parker, G., Creation Facts of Life: How Real Science Reveals the Hand of God, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 108–125, 2006

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Sherwin, F., Scientific roadblocks to whale evolution

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Weston, P., Camels—confirmation of creation, Creation 19(4):26–29, 1997

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Grigg, R., Fraud rediscovered, Creation 20(2):49–521, 1998

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DeWitt, D., Hox hype

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Sherwin, F., Living light

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Sickle-cell anemia does not prove evolution, Creation 16(2):40–41, 1994

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Parker, G., Creation Facts of Life: How Real Science Reveals the Hand of God, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 166–174, 2006

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Catchpoole, D., Catching a kinkajou, Creation 26(3):42–43, 2004

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Purdom, G., Virus “evolution” benefits mankind?

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Kitner, R., Genetic variance of influenza type A avian virus and its evolutionary implications

Chapter 4: Unlocking the Geologic Column

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Walker, T., Paleosols: Digging deeper buries “challenge” to Flood geology, TJ 17(3):28–34, 2003

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Walker, T., Rapid rock, Creation 24(2):38–39, 2002

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Snelling, A., Can Flood geology explain thick chalk beds? TJ 8(1):11–15, 1994

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Fossils—do they get more complex? Creation 20(2):32, 1998

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Ham, K., The fossils say what? Creation 4(4):33–38, 1982

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Morris, J., Dinosaur soft parts

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Ancient organisms stay the same, Creation 21(3)7–9, 1999

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Rocks forming in months, Creation 17(2):8, 1995

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Catchpoole, D., “Living fossils” enigma, Creation 22(2):56, 2000

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Walker, T., Grand Canyon strata show geologic time is imaginary, Creation 25(1):41, 2002

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Morris, J., A canyon in six days! Creation 24(4):54–55, 2002

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Woodmorappe, J., National Geographic plays the dating game, TJ 16(1):48–50, 2002

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Oard, M., How well do paleontologists know fossil distribution? TJ 14(1):7–8, 2000

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Woodmorappe, J., The geologic column: Does it exist? TJ 13(2):77–82, 1999

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Walker, T., The way it really is: Little-known facts about radiometric dating, Creation 24(4):20–23, 2002

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Morris, J., What grows on evolution’s tree? www.icr.org/article/577

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Claws on wings, Creation 5(2):24, 1982

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Silvestru, E., The Permian extinction: National Geographic comes close to the truth, TJ 15(1):6–8, 2001

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Oard, M., The extinction of the dinosaurs, TJ 11(2):137–154, 1997

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Batten, D. (Ed.), The Answers Book, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 159–168, 2000

Chapter 5: The Origin of Life

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Demick, D., Life from life … or not? Creation 23(1):36–41, 2000

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Cairns-Smith, G., Genetic Takeover: And the Mineral Origins of Life, Cambridge University Press, 1982

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Vaterlaus, G. (Ed.), War of the Worldviews, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 15–28, 2006

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Grigg, R., Creation 22(4):40–43, 2000

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Swee-Eng, A., The origin of life: A critique of current scientific models, TJ 10(3):300–314, 1996

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Could monkeys type the 23rd Psalm?

Chapter 6: The Origin of Microrganisms

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Oard, M., Supposed eukaryotic evolution pushed back one billion years, TJ 15(1):4, 2001

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Creation 21(3):8, 1999, Ancient organisms stay the same

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Oard, M., “Snowball earth”—a problem for the supposed origin of multicellular animals, TJ 16(1):6–9, 2002

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Round and Round We Go—Proposed Evolutionary Relationships Among Archaea, Eubacteria, and Eukarya

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Swindell, R., Shining light on the evolution of photosynthesis, TJ 17(3):74–84, 2003

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Purdom, G., “Non-evolution” of the Appearance of Mitochondria and Plastids in Eukaryotes: Challenges to Endosymbiotic Theory

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Harrub, B., and Thompson, B., Evolutionary theories on gender and sexual reproduction

Chapter 7: The Origin of Plants

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Williams, E., et al., Precambrian pollen: A response to questions about creationist research

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Williams, A., Did plants evolve? Creation 19(4):10–12, 1997

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Williams, A., Kingdom of the plants: Defying evolution, Creation 24(1):46–48, 2001

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Bell, P., A new weed species—does it prove creation wrong?

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Creation 17(3):26–27, Living tree “8,000 years older than Christ”

Chapter 8: The Origin of Invertebrates

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AiG answers new TV series on animal evolution

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Creation 21(1):8, Wormholes in evolutionary scenario

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Bell, P., Evolution revolution, Creation 25(3):31, 2003

Chapter 9: The Origin of Vertebrates

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Oldest vertebrate fossil discovered

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Vetter, J., Something fishy about lungs, Creation 14(1):46–47, 1991

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Menton, D., and Looy, M., Gone fishin’ for a missing link

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Menton, D., Hurdles in the evolution of amphibians to reptiles, October 1, 2006

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Creation 18(4):7, Turtle scientists shellshocked

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Ham, K., What really happened to the dinosaurs?

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Wise, K., Swimming with the dinosaurs

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Does this evolutionary claim have any legs?

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Bergman, J., The evolution of feathers: A major problem for Darwinism, TJ 17(1):33–41, 2003

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Creation 22(3):7, Tiny bones—giant assumptions

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Batten, D. (Ed.), The Answers Book, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 211–218, 2000

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Doolan, R., The echidna enigma … and the platypus puzzle, Creation 18(2):26–27, 1996

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Burgess, S., The beauty of the peacock tail and the problems with the theory of sexual selection, TJ 15(2):94–102, 2001

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Oard, M., Frozen in Time, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 53–60, 2004

Chapter 10: The Origin of Humans

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Vaterlaus, G. (Ed.), War of the Worldviews, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 43–58, 2006

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Driver, R., Australia’s Aborigines … did they see dinosaurs? Creation 21(1):24–27, 1998

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Parker, G., Creation Facts of Life: How Real Science Reveals the Hand of God, Master Books, Green Forest, AR, pp. 174–186, 2006

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DeWitt, D., Chimp-human hybridization: Two of a kind or two different kinds?

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DeWitt, D., Chimp genome sequence very different from man

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Oard, M., Neandertal man—the changing picture, Creation 25(4):10–14, 2003

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