All fish share some basic characteristics; scales, a certain type of heart, gills, etc. So how did a fish turn into an amphibian, as the basic premise of evolution has led many to believe? In this free lecture, Dr. Scott Hardin, the author of Science Shepherd Homeschool Curriculum, explains what would need to occur for this type of change to take place.
Over the years, the misconception has been forwarded that evolution equates to change. This is not so. Evolution is specifically the scientific process that enabled a single-cell organism to turn into a multi-cell organism, a fish, and plant, and so on. By applying critical thinking and examining scientific concepts, Dr. Hardin shows there is not a lot of support for evolution, and that creation is a reasonable explanation for how life began.
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Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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