In this episode, we look at even more ways God has engineered the genome to generate diversity. We look at mutations, epigenetics, and natural selection. God is the master engineer. He did not just create life; He designed life to robustly respond to the environment. He overdesigned living things so that they could withstand, so far, thousands of years of mutational accumulation. His designs were holistic, in that He accounted for what each kind would need in the future. He built redundancy in the genomes to ward off the effects of decay, but He also designed specific aspects of the genome to change via mutation.
This episode features Dr Robert Carter and Joel Tay. Talk is produced by Joseph Darnell out of the CMI-USA studios. Become a monthly contributor at our donate page ( Share your thoughts in the comments and share the video with your friends!
0:00 Introduction
1:47 Reminder of what a created kind is
2:31 Why’s it important to understand our genes were designed to diversify
3:39 Copying mistakes can create new diversity
5:23 What god the Designer put into all genomes
6:14 Evidence for Design in genetic code
9:37 What’s epigenetics got to do with it?
11:53 The ever-controversial topic: natural selection
16:14 Summary
18:58 Wrap-up
Can mutations lead to new genetic information?
Species were designed to change Part 1
Species were designed to change Part 2
Species were designed to change Part 3
Genetic Entropy
Evolution Impossible
Evolution’s Blunders, Frauds, and Forgeries
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