Katagenos Species Concept and Classification System

Katagenos Species Concept and Classification System : Exploring the Taxonomy of Baramin and the Relationships of Created Kinds

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From the time of Adam, mankind has been describing and classifying that variety of plants, animals, and other parts of creation which surround him. Scripture states that He created things 'after their kind' and so it seems most logical to try and determine what those kinds are in understanding creation and life. The Katagenos Species Concept focuses on communication as the key to determining kinds and the species (breeds) within a kind. The Katagenos Classification System continues to use the Linnaean Binomial base, but adjusts things to fit the evidence of Created Kinds and removes the assumptions added to it by evolutionism. What remains shows the incredible complexity of life and the amazing amount of variety and beauty that our Creator has made which is there for all of us to enjoy.show more

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  • Paperback | 84 pages
  • 203.2 x 254 x 5.08mm | 244.94g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1508495165
  • 9781508495161

About Todd Elder

Todd Elder has a Bachelor of Science degree from Kent State University for a conservation major and a geography minor. He is the founder of the Creation Science League and is currently authoring the Elder's Model of Creation series including the development of a taxonomic system for Created Kinds.show more

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