Refuting Ape-Men Myths | The Institute for Creation Research
Refuting Ape-Men Myths

I’m Brian Thomas, Science Writer at the Institute for Creation Research. My wife and I have five college-age kids. We look forward to the day when we can take them and their friends who have heard about evolution their whole lives to the ICR Discovery Center. Powerful, Bible-confirming science will pack every room.

Ape-men myths are one of the most persuasive icons of evolution. In the Discovery Center, we’ll highlight scientific evidence that shows we descended from Adam, not apes. Genetics confirms this, and all of the relevant fossils look like either apes or men, leaving no support for human evolution.

We could read these facts in a book, but the high-tech visual displays planned for the Discovery Center promise to bring these truths home in unforgettable ways. How many lives will change after seeing the science that supports human origins in Genesis?

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