In his text Icons of Evolution, Jonathan Wells endeavors to reveal some of the many discrepancies supported as scientific fact in current evolution literature. His goal, to discredit such falsely contrived theories as Haeckel’s embryos and Darwin’s finches, is successfully managed through the observance of clear, observational evidence. Meanwhile, Wells renders these so-called “icons” of evolution as nothing more than distorted data. The question of human language origins and the evolutionist’s response serves as another icon in the rhetoric of scientific evolution, yet observations pulled from current scientific research appear to disregard this notion altogether and instead, point towards a higher ordered design. Thus, it is the purpose of this study to reveal and examine the overt discrepancies surrounding the human language origins controversy, which for too long have been undermined by evolution theorists.
"Human Language Origins: Icon for Evolution or a Higher Order?,"
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Lopiccolo, Dominique (2016) "Human Language Origins: Icon for Evolution or a Higher Order?" The Kabod 2( 2 (2016)), Article 2. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/kabod/vol2/iss2/2
Lopiccolo, Dominique "Human Language Origins: Icon for Evolution or a Higher Order?" The Kabod 2 , no. 2 2016 (2016) Accessed [Month x, xxxx]. Liberty University Digital Commons.