The Reptile-Mammal Transition

Who is the wise man, that may understand this? and who is he to whom the mouth of the LORD hath spoken, that he may declare it, for what the land perisheth and is burned up like a wilderness, that none passeth through?

(Jeremiah 9:12) KJV

The reptile-mammal transition is abiogenesis not evolution. It’s evidence that God created in a systematic manner of increasing complexity.

Not long after we began our evangelism on Twitter (October 2015) we were confronted by a member of the Twitter community (@RJDownard) who insisted that the reptile-mammal transition proves evolution beyond any doubt. In his words, it’s a slam-dunk. The problem is that the evolutionary origin of species is paradigm-dependent, so it doesn’t qualify as a fact. The fact of evolution is change over time, not origins. It turns out that the reptile-mammal transition is an evolution debunk.

We’re providing a link to the book on Amazon and reproducing a portion of the blurb as a tribute to the contribution that the author has made, perhaps unwittingly, to Matty’s Paradigm. Thank you Mr. Downard.

The Reptile-Mammal Transition is the most compelling case for macroevolution (the origin of novel forms of life by natural branching common descent). Besides the fossils covering millions of years, there’s a wealth of corroborating science data, from developmental biology to the latest genetics. Now how do those skeptical of evolution (whether they call themselves “creationists” or favor “Intelligent Design”) deal with all that evidence? They don’t.

Evolution Slam Dunk: Why the Reptile-Mammal Transition Proves Macroevolution & How Antievolutionists Ignore It


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