Is Extinction Really A Big Deal? Evolution Says No.

An exercise in cognitive dissonance

Grant Piper

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Red wolf, 1944 (Public domain)

My whole life I have been told that evolution is a surefire thing. No one knows how life began, so it must have started from nothing. Conventional teaching says that everything began in a soupy morass millions of years ago. Out of this soup arose single-celled organisms which, over time, became complex organisms…

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Grant Piper

Professional writer. Amateur historian. Husband, father, Christian.