The Fossil Record

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Everett Coates describes how the so-called fossil record speaks not of a continual, gradual change of one life form into another but rather to the sudden appearance of highly complex organisms of many types. And the range of supposed paleontological dates in which the fossils are located keeps getting wider because these fossils are being found “out of place” in the so-called geological record, causing evolutionists to change their theories about how these organisms evolved.

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