Most evolutionists insist that the occurrence of evolution is an indisputable fact, even if its exact mechanism must remain speculative. Since evolution is believed to occur far too slowly to be discernible in the time frame of human observers, we must examine prehistoric evidence in the fossil record if we are to observe the “fact” of evolution. In his book Historical Geology, evolutionist C.O. Dunbar said:
Fossils provide the only historical, documentary evidence that life has evolved from simpler to more and more complex forms.
But what does the fossil evidence say, and does it really support the evolutionary view of origins—or is it perhaps more consistent with Creation?
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