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Nevertheless there remains a considerable amount of agreement between us and we consider his work to be of the utmost value) ”, which looks at parts of the Bible that are often used as proof texts for mainstream theological doctrines such as the Trinity, a supernatural devil and the immortality of the soul has considerable currency in our community.
In addition to providing a Christadelphian explanation of these verses, it also strays outside its theological remit and attempts a rebuttal of radiometric dating and evolution.
These changes accrue like the ticks on a stopwatch, providing a “molecular clock.” By comparing DNA sequences, geneticists can not only reconstruct relationships between different populations or species but also infer evolutionary history over deep timescales.
Molecular clocks are becoming more sophisticated, thanks to improved DNA sequencing, analytical tools, and a better understanding of the biological processes behind genetic changes.
(Editor's Note: Ken is Christadelphian Theist, NOT an Ex-Christadelphian.
Abel begins by immediately linking the decline in belief in Biblical inspiration with an acceptance of evolution, and cites the YEC Henry Morris, one of the authors of The Genesis Flood which, given Morris’ poor reputation in the scientific community did not bode well for the rigour of Abels’ arguments., who set himself the task of making sure that Darwin would have “fair play” in the New World.
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DNA holds the story of our ancestry—how we’re related to the familiar faces at family reunions as well as more ancient affairs: how we’re related to our closest nonhuman relatives, chimpanzees; how Homo sapiens mated with Neanderthals; and how people migrated out of Africa, adapting to new environments and lifestyles along the way.