Where Science and Faith Converge

Y-Chromosomal Adam, Mitochondrial Eve, and the Case for Biblical Creation

By - November 29, 2018

Scientists have dubbed the most recent common male human ancestor, “Y-Chromosomal Adam,” and the female counterpart, “Mitochondrial Eve.” With scientific findings so closely reflecting the creation account in Scripture, host Ed Martin asks “How do scientists square this data with the evolutionary model?” Fazale Rana joins the host of The Ed Martin Movement to respond to this question and reveal just how well science and faith harmonize.

This interview is uncut and unedited as it originally aired on November 29, 2018 on The Ed Martin Movement. Opinions and third party advertisements in this recording were selected and placed by the original owners and do not necessarily reflect the beliefs of Reasons to Believe.

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