Useless Organs: The Rise and Fall of a Central Claim of Evolution

Jerry Bergman. 2019. BP Books, 333 pages.

As life supposedly evolved from single-cellular organisms to contemporary animals, these creatures would have acquired numerous organs and structures along the way that they later discarded in favor of more highly evolved features. As such, many of these left-over, or vestigial organs should still be found in various animals. In fact, at one time evolutionists claimed the human body had dozens of these useless structures. Dr. Bergman documents how years of medical research gradually disproved these claims, and determined that all organs and other structures found in the human serve very important roles.