Cover of book Vestigia
Categories: Nonfiction

This book provides an amazing account of how supposedly-purposeless organs have been found to have a function - all in contradiction to ruling evolutionary beliefs. For example, the "useless onetime t


hird eye" pineal gland turns out to regulate circadian rhythms. Jerry Bergman and George Howe thoroughly dismantle a one-time textbook "proof" for Darwinian evolution - the existence of functionless organs in contemporary organisms inherited from their evolutionary ancestors. Darwinists at one time argued that such "vestigial" organs provided support for Darwinism and didn’t fit within a creationist model. But as Bergman and How show from the scientific literature, labeling an organ "vestigial" was ignorant. This well researched and easily written book should have place on the shelf of everyone interested in the evolution controversy. It also would be a great help for students studying biology.

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