by Jerry Bergman, Ph.D., and Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D.
In Journal of Creation 32 (2): 13-15
Darwinism teaches that humans are simply another animal produced in the continuum of evolution. Researchers have produced many hybrids, even between two animals once classified as different species. Some of the many examples include tigons, the offspring of a male tiger bred with a female lion. Ligers are the offspring of a male lion bred with a female tiger. A jaguar and a leopard mix produces a jagulep. A leopard and a lion produce a leopon. As far as known, all of the big cats can interbreed. Many creationists would place most cats in a single cat ‘kind’, so these results that would surprise most people are well within a biblical framework of origins. The elaboration of creationist kinds (baraminology) and the paradigm of discontinuity in the continuum of life have been tackled at length previously.
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