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January 1, 2016

(video) Perloff: Evolution or Creation — “Mutations always delete information from the genetic code” • “Cells are far too complex to be originated by chance” • “The human immune system, human vision and other systems are irreducibly complex” • “The missing links are missing” • “On a molecular level, fish are not the close cousins of amphibians, as Darwin’s theory claims” …

“My congratulations to Mr. Perloff for an outstanding piece of work.” — ACTOR JACK LEMMON, WHO PLAYED CLARENCE DARROW IN THE 1999 FILM VERSION OF INHERIT THE WIND

Tornado in a Junkyard: The Relentless Myth of Darwinismby James Perloff

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“Mutations always delete information from the genetic code.”

“Cells are far too complex to be originated by chance.”

“The human immune system, human vision and other systems are irreducibly complex.”

Billions of fossils, but no transitional forms — “the missing links are missing.”

“Why aren’t these creatures evolving into each other today?”

Fraudulent claims disproven but still in text books.

“On a molecular level, fish are not the close cousins of amphibians, as Darwin’s theory claims.”

“A lot of people don’t want to be accountable to God.”

Darwin did not recant his views on his deathbed.

– James Perloff

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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Evolution or Creation

William McNally 

William McNally

Published on Mar 2, 2014

During the evolution of blood clotting or coagulation did evolution seek help from the creator? James Perloff explains it all in two of his books: “Tornado Through A Junkyard” and “The Case Against Darwin”. The former is highly technical and the later is an overview. Actor Jack Lemmon, who played Clarence Darrow in the 1999 film version of Inherit the Wind: “My congratulations to Mr. Perloff for an outstanding piece or work.” Perloff explains why “Monkeys Can’t Type Shakespeare” and why the fossil records fails to support Darwin’s theory. His books should be required reading for the Public Schools and Homeschoolers! Mr. Perloff also wrote “The Shadows of Power” and “Truth Is A Lonely Warrior”.

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