Thursday, 24 October 2013

Can Darwin Doubters Use Dinosaurs?

Allosaurus. Image courtesy of Nobu Tamura, via Wikipedia.

Joel Kontinen

It seems that evolutionists are reluctant to let Darwin doubters use dinosaurs.

Last week Answers in Genesis announced that it had obtained a world-class Allosaurus fossil for its Creation Museum in Kentucky. It is a remarkable specimen: its skull is one of the best-preserved Allosaurus skulls ever found.

At least one skeptic was indignant. Dan Phelps, president of the Kentucky Paleontological Society, lamented the use of a dinosaur fossil in a museum that questions Darwinian evolution and promotes the biblical model instead.

There should be no cause for indignation. Fossils do not support evolution. Instead, they speak of death that came into the world through the sin of the very first humans, Adam and Eve.


Ham, Ken and Steve Golden. 2013. Creationists Perform Good Research, Too! Answers in Genesis (October 22).