Baraminology - Classification of Created Organisms

Wayne Frair. 2000. Reprint from the September 2000 Creation Research Society Quarterly, 10 pages (8½ x 11).

In describing a new scheme of classification, the author has marshalled available literature and designed a presentation to be of value for specialists and non-specialists. Turtles and primates, including humans, are the main examples employed in the 11 figures. The paper challenges scientists to employ a taxonomy which realistically categorizes members of the created groups found in the world of life.