This technical series, co-written by Darrel Falk and David Kerk, looks into the evidence for evolution in order to dispel doubts that people may have about this well-supported theory. They look at three things specifically: the separate methods which reveal of the age of the earth, the unfolding history of whale evolution, and finally the common trends of heart development in vertebrates.
  • Evidences for Evolution, Part 1: An Ancient Earth

    | David Kerk
    Blog Post
    Evidences for Evolution, Part 1: An Ancient Earth | David Kerk

    The only conclusions in science which are widely accepted are those which are supported by multiple, reinforcing lines of evidence—“all roads must lead to Rome.”&nbs... Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 1 of 5
  • Evidences for Evolution, Part 2a: The Whales’ Tale

    | Darrel Falk
    Blog Post
    Evidences for Evolution, Part 2a: The Whales’ Tale | Darrel Falk

    If evolution is true, we should expect to find fossil “transitional forms” showing evidence of common ancestry of hoofed mammals and whales, which is what we do find. Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 2 of 5
  • Evidences for Evolution, Part 2b: The Whales’ Tale

    | David Kerk
    Blog Post
    Evidences for Evolution, Part 2b: The Whales’ Tale | David Kerk

    A look at the evidence for whale evolution, focusing specifically on the evolution of the whale's tale. Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 3 of 5