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Exclamation Atlas Of Creation - Volume 1- E Book



Atlas Of Creation - Volume 1- E Book

http://www.harunyahya.com/books/darwinism/atlas_creation/atlas_creation_01.php

The fossil record is perhaps the most important evidence that demolishes the theory of evolution's claims. Fossils reveal that life forms on Earth have never undergone even the slightest change and have never developed into one another. Examining the fossil record, we see that living things are exactly the same today as they were hundreds of millions of years ago—in other words, that they never underwent evolution. Even during the most ancient periods, life forms emerged suddenly with all their complex structures–with the perfect and superior features, just as do their counterparts today.
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