Biogeography: A Creationist Perspective
Biogeography, or the distribution of plant and animal life, is an important topic in helping to determine the origin of different life-forms. Creationists and evolutionists have tried to reconcile the geography of life with how they believe history unfolded, the latter far more than the former. While evolutionists argue that biogeography demonstrates their worldview, nothing could be farther from the truth. The evolutionary argument consists of ad hoc rationalizations and ruling out of alternative theories by straw-man argumentation. Furthermore, the creationist view, when presented fairly, provides a much simpler and compelling explanation for the geography of life.