Prehistorical events as proposed by evolutionists are difficult to determine by the study of modern plants and animals. Ideally these events should be determined by the analysis of a record left at the time they happened; thus, evolutionists study the fossils found in the earth. It will be shown that the logic of fossil interpretation has not yet reached the level of acceptable academic standards.
Creationism, fossils, logic, interpretation, prehistoric, evolutionists
Volume 2:I, Pages 7-14
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Arndts, Russell T.
"Logic and The Interpretation of Fossils,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2, Article 6.
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