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Posted by Tim Jackson on October 30, 2015, 10:48 pm
"Kind" seems to be a sore spot for evolutionist more so than creationist. Species is less of a problem for creationist than evolutionist. We all see various species within a kind. For example the dog kind. Within the dog kind there are are various species, collies, wolves, muts, poodle etc. What you will never see is a dog that has turned into a cat. Because neither evolutionist or creationist can really hone in and give a full exact definition of kind I do believe scripture has given the best definition available when it talks about reproducing after its kind, tree from tree, apple from apple, dog from dog, cat from cat, human from human. Now you might can cross a zebra species with a donkey species and come up with a zonky. You'll never cross a zibra with a lion because they are different kinds. There is not a one fits all definition for kind from either evolutionist or creationist. Most anyone however, when they hear the word kind, knows what is being implied. You'll never cross a plant kind with a cat and come up with a dandylion that walks around devouring plants. So your straw man that you set up doesn't help or hurt an evolutionist anymore than a creationist.
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