Predictive Tests for Four Creation/Evolution Models
The simplest, cleanest, and least controversial tool for evaluating different creation/evolution models is a list of predictions specific to each model of what researchers will discover as they gather mode data and achieve greater understanding of the natural realm. If future research contradicts all or nearly all the predictions arising from a particular model, then that model can be fairly discarded as a failure. However, if the model's predictions prove wholly or largely correct, then that model can be aptly determined as worth refining.
Contrasting predictions of future discoveries arising from four models (naturalism, theistic evolutionism, young-earth creationism, and RTB's creation model) are listed in an electronic addendum to the book, More Than a Theory. This file will be periodicallly updated.
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