“Far from being an established fact of science that it is so typically portrayed to be, evolution is, in reality, an unreasonable and unfounded hypothesis that is riddled with countless scientific fallacies.” (Scott M Huse, The Collapse of Evolution (Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, Michigan, pp 127)

The textbooks teach that there is evidence for Evolution–that one animal became another kind of animal–because of similar forelimb structure. This is called the argument from Homology. The thinking goes that comparative anatomy suggests evolution from a common ancestor.

“Boys and girls, did you know that you have 2 bones in your forearm?”

“They are called Radius & Ulna.”

“And did you realize that whales have 2 bones in their flipper?”

“And guess what they’re called?  That’s right–Radius & Ulna!”

…Um, who named them teacher?

1. Similar design might be the evidence that the same designer made them.

2. These same bones develop from different genes depending on the kind.

Many suspension bridges in the world have similar designs.  That doesn’t mean that one is the father of the other, or that a tornado put them up.

I’ve discovered that the lugnuts from a Pontiac fit on a Chevy.

Must we then conclude that both evolved from a Honda 14 million years ago?

“Overwhelming strong proofs of intelligent and benevolent design lie around us … The atheistic idea is so nonsensical that I cannot put it into words.”  (Lord Kelvin, Vict. Inst., 124, p267)