Thursday, November 13, 2014

Words of Comfort: A kind.

"Hey Ray, What is the creationist definition of "a kind"? And can you give a clear examples?" 

The contention is that "kind" is now an outdated non-biological term. But that's not true:  A kind is "Race; genus; species; generic class; as in mankind or humankind." As I explained in there is the canine kind, the dog and the wolf. There is the feline kind, the cat and the tiger. And there is humankind or what is call Mankind. Believers in evolution can provide changes within species (adaptation) but they can't provide a lick of evidence for Darwinian evolution (as Dawkins likes to call it)--a change of kinds. Their co-called evidence doesn't exist. Darwinian evolution cannot be tested or observed. It rests on nothing but blind faith.