Testing Evolution at High Point Church

It was once thought that the cell was simple. No longer. Now scientists can peer into the cell and see incredible complexity they had not dreamed of before. Evolution was based on the idea that biological systems evolved through naturally forming chemicals but now we are learning that does not hold up. The chemicals do not naturally bond into complex proteins and organelles.

In this lecture Dr. Kevin Anderson reviews three forms of evidence which were such powerful expressions of evolution that they were icons of evolution. They were used as irrefutable evidence that evolution is indisputable. However, as we learn of the details we discover a new story, that these evidences do not support evolution, but rather design and creation. Watch to learn about the 1 or 2 percent proximity between humans and chimps, Junk DNA and Mitochondrial Eve.

Evolutionary scientists were wrong about the universe being eternal. We now know the universe had a beginning. They were wrong about the cell being simple. We now know it is anything but simple. They were wrong about the functions in the cell forming from natural chemistry. We now know the information in DNA provides the assembly instructions for the proteins and much more. From modern observable evidence we now know they were wrong about the 1 or 2 percent proximity between humans and chimps, Junk DNA and Mitochondrial Eve. Watch this video to see the evidence for yourself.

For another perspective and more evidence purchase Testing Evolution: Exposing Flaws. It is a series of interviews between Jim Bendewald and Dr. Anderson. See the trailer here.

Discussing Evolution with Medical Students

The library mall at the University of Wisconsin in Madison is a great place to meet and interview students. These two guys were very friendly while discussing evolution. Even so the discussion did get a little feisty, at least from my side.

The discussion of evolution and creation is challenging as can be seen in this video. I have included a number of graphics and animations to make the points more clear.