Dr Rob wraps up his 4-part series Species Were Designed to change by introducing a fascinating, profound, game-changing idea: the ‘Braided Baramin Concept’. Species are not the ‘created unit’. Baramins are. Species are ephemeral. Baramins are fixed, in that they are a group of organisms designed to reproduce within themselves and not with any member of another baramin. Species, on the other hand, can form, go extinct, remain constant, or merge with other species. Thus, all the data Darwin used for his theory are actually part of Creation.
Notes and links:
- Species were designed to change, part 1: How much change is allowed?
- Species were designed to change, part 2: Speciation and the limits of change
- Species were designed to change, part 3: The tangled web of (intrabaraminic) life
- Corals of the World on Amazon
- Corals in Space and Time on Amazon
- Dog colour patterns explained by modular promoters of ancient canid origin
- How to think (not what to think)