Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Sharp Teeth – A Problem for the Creation View?

ICR’s new video examines sharp teeth in the animal kingdom.

Joel Kontinen

In the Darwinian view, nature is red in tooth and claw. Some animals have sharp teeth with which they break the bones of less fortunate animals and eat them.

However, sharp teeth do not necessarily mean that an animal is carnivorous. There are animals like fruit bats and pandas that use their teeth to eat fruit and vegetables.

Thus, sharp teeth are not a problem for the creation view. ICR’s new That’s a Fact video examines this issue.

In the very good world of Genesis, no animal ate other animals. And the prophet Isaiah looked forward to a time in which animals would no longer eat each other.