Hair, Feathers, and Scales
FRANK SHERWIN, D.SC. (HON.)
TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2017
Creation scientists observe hair, feathers, and scales as unique structures revealing design. Evolutionary naturalists disagree, of course, maintaining a common origin for these skin appendages. Why does this issue matter? And how does this impact the study of origins and biological history?
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