Fossil Hominids: Debating Creationists
Creationists like to claim that there is no evidence for human
evolution. Ask them to back that up by discussing specific
fossils, however, and they go into frantic evasive maneouvers.
Here are a number of online discussions I have had with
- Richard Milton. This email
debate between Milton and myself discussed the validity
of the evidence for human evolution.
- Karl Crawford. In this exchange
on the talk.origins newsgroup, I attempted to get Karl
(aka ksjj) to address the evidence he had repeatedly
- Ted Holden. Ted has a
distinctive 'hit and run' style of debating.
- Ed Conrad. Ed asked what the
evidence for human evolution was, but didn't seem very
interested when shown it.
- Helen Fryman/Malcolm Bowden. A discussion
with two creationists about claims that the Peking Man skulls were
those of monkeys.
- Walter Brown's debate offer. Why it's not worth accepting.
This page is part of the Fossil Hominids FAQ at the talk.origins Archive.
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