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Image of God or Planet of the Apes

Image of God or Planet of the Apes
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Image of God or Planet of the Apes

Seminar by Dr. David DeWitt
45 minutes (2006)
Ages: 15 & up

Will the missing link ever be found? In this engaging talk, Dr. David Dewitt offers a resounding “No!” This respected Ph.D. professor reveals information about DNA, human/ape skull comparisons, and supposed apeman discoveries to critique the evolutionary tree that supposedly links humans to apes. Using well-documented research and revealing illustrations, he exposes its roots for what they really are—fiction.

About the Author
Dr. David A. DeWitt earned a Ph.D. in neuroscience from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He is an associate professor of biology at Liberty University (Lynchburg, Va.) and is the associate director of the Center for Creation Studies at Liberty University. His research has focused on Alzheimer’s disease, and he has written a number of articles for peer-reviewed journals such as Brain Research and Experimental Neurology. Dr. Dewitt has written articles and given many presentations on the creation/evolution debate.


The Theory of Evolution is an explanation for the existence of life on Earth through random, natural processes. More formally known as the General Theory of Evolution, it was defined by the evolutionist Gerald A. Kerkut as the theory that all the living forms in the world have arisen from a single source which itself came from an inorganic form. It is the idea that particles increased in complexity to form the building blocks of life, then the first cell formed, which ultimately gave rise to people, all without any need for an intelligent Designer. This is the concept that evolutionists really promote and creationists oppose.It encompasses chemical evolution, the origin of life, biological evolution, and the common descent of all life on Earth.

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