Design in Biology: a Study of the Bird
This presentation by popular speaker Dr. Tom Kindell examines numerous design features of birds that utterly defy explanation in terms of the Darwinian mechanism of random mutations coupled with natural selection. In particular, irreducibly complex design features will be examined in the amniotic egg, the feather, the unique bird type of lung and the unique design requirements found only in woodpeckers.
migration and navigation capabilities of birds will be examined in detail. It will become obvious that human GPS systems cannot match the biological "GPS systems" that birds have been using for thousands of years. It will be shown that birds are far more complex and reliable than any man-made aircraft even in the 21st century. In fact, it will be demonstrated that the navigational and flight endurance capabilities of small birds cannot be matched by any like sized microaerial vehicles of human design.
Jesus told us to "consider the birds." By doing so, we gain a wonderful appreciation of the Divine Genius who created them.
Join us on Saturday the 18th as we consider the fascinating world of birds!
Dr. Thomas Kindell was once an ardent believer in the "fact" of evolution. However, through his exposure to the scientific case for creation, he became a zealous creationist. He has received advanced training in scientific creationism through the Graduate School of the Institute for Creation Research in Santee, California. He also received his M.A. in Biblical Studies from California Graduate School of Theology, and holds a Doctorate in Philosophy of Theology.