|Just enjoying some tasty under water plants...|
|Look at this rack just having grown since May...|
Interestingly enough there is not much genetic diversity in the North American Moose. The author has his theories. I know the Scriptures to be full of concrete facts and undeniable truths, evident to all of mankind, whether or not they admit it. I believe they were created on the sixth day of a literal 7-day creation by God Himself. I also believe the Bible to be true when it describes a world wide catistrophic flood. Why is it so hard to believe that a pair came off of Noah's ark, probably mere calves and traveled northwards from Mt. Ararat to find some good willows to eat. They travelled and spread until some of them ended up on the land bridge linking Asia to Alaska. Look how many of the same animals that live in Mongolia, also live in Alaska. How much genetic diversity exists between these mammals?
I hope to get permission to use some quotes from this author, out of his book. He is a retired professor of Biology here at the University of Alaska. He has put together a great book with personal stories throughout. It is a good reference book as well as a book to really make you think about logic and how to apply that to the evolutionist's theories.
If you've been reading this blog long, you'll know that I am not in any way supportive of any evoltionary theories because the basis for its logic is not based on God's word, but on a manmade system of rules that will change with the winds of society, which is really no logic at all. It is much like shifting sands.
I'll take the Rock, let the winds blow and the rains come down, just so long as the waters don't come up to far. God has promised to never flood the world again, so I can also find solace in this logical promise made 1000's of years ago to all of mankind.
Just a few parting shots of our day trip to Chena River...
|Do you think this will wash out?|
|Our teenager raiding the cooler...|
|Learning to fly fish, enjoying a good tangle and a good laugh....|
We didn't know this Father/Son but they were sure having a great time and this was a priceless picture!