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Problems with the Ark Kinds

Although I have not spoken much about this (if at all), I no longer consider myself a Young Earth Creationist. The reasons for this are multiple, and one of these days I plan to publish a dump truck of all my thoughts and my current religious perspective. I am just not ready for that yet. But when I did fully accept the “biblical” model of Creation, I was most passionate about a subject called baraminology.1 I have always loved zoos and animals, so tracing the common ancestry and seeing the diversity that God programmed into his Creation were amazing to me. As I became invested in the Hebrew Roots Movement and convinced that we should only eat clean animals, I came to an amazing discovery: All clean land animals show a high degree of common ancestry, implying that they could derive from a single original pair or created population.

Speak to the people of Israel, saying, These are the living things that you may eat among all the animals that are on the earth. Whatever parts the hoof an…