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Origin of Mankind - Nov 1, 1981
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Gary Parker, Ed.D. - Children lined up row upon row, mouths open, and eyes agog, as they look up at a museum's hairy half-man, club in hand, and listen to their group leader repeat: Four million years ago, a few ape-like animals began to walk upright,...

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Gary Parker, Ed.D. - "Enormous," "tremendous," "staggering"—all these are adjectives used by geneticist Francisco Ayala to describe the amount of variation that can be expressed among the members of a single species.1 Human beings,...

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Gary Parker, Ed.D. - Horses only 15 inches high, 141 tree species in a single acre of tropical rain forest—what spectacular variety we see among living things, both variation within kind and the stupendous number of different kinds. Most of us are awed by the...

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Gary Parker, Ed.D. - Nowadays, there are many large fish with sharp teeth that roam the oceans seeking what they may devour. But as they feed on smaller fish and shrimp, their mouths begin to accumulate food debris and parasites. Lacking recourse to a toothbrush, how is...

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Gary Parker, Ed.D. - "Evidence of creation? Isn't creation just something you believe? How can you find scientific evidence of creation?" Evolutionists routinely say that creation doesn't belong in the science classroom because you can't observe it, and even...

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Gary Parker, Ed.D. - Moderator: "Dr. Parker, I understand that when you started teaching college biology you were an enthusiastic evolutionist." Yes, indeed. The idea of evolution was very satisfying to me. It gave me a feeling of being one with the huge,...

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