Chemical factors affecting the gestation interval are discussed. The human gestation time is also compared with that of representative mammals. It is shown to be anomalously long given the relatively small human birth weight. This anomaly is taken to be evidence of the unique design of the human being in God's image.
Creationism, gestation, time, uterine, reaction rate, design, human, image, God
Volume 2:I, Pages 113-118
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Henry, Jonathan F.
"Gestation Time and Uterine Reaction Rate,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2, Article 21.
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