What Does Soft Tissue in Dinosaur Bones Mean for Evolution? - Dr. Kevin Anderson

  • Published on:  4/22/2020
  • Taken from "Beyond Is Genesis History? Vol 2 : Life & Design." Available in full here:

    Explore the fascinating fields of biology, genetics, and intelligent design with 16 in-depth interviews featuring Del Tackett and six scientists from the film.

    ☞ Purchase all three volumes in the series here: https://bit.ly/2MWY7Tx

    Microbiologist Kevin Anderson explains the unique discovery of soft tissue from a triceratops horn, discusses questions about soft tissue, and considers what it means for creation and evolution.

    Dr. Anderson is currently Director of the Van Andel Creation Research Center, as well as project leader of the Creation Research Society’s iDINO project; an investigation of the preservation of tissue in dinosaur fossils. He obtained his PhD in microbiology from Kansas State University, and subsequently received post-doctoral training as a National Institutes of Health Post-doctoral Fellow. He has held university professorships, where he taught graduate-level molecular biology classes and served as the major advisor for several master’s and doctoral students. More recently, he was the director of laboratory research for a biotech energy company. He has published numerous articles in technical journals as well as presented at national and international science conferences.

    For more information on Dr. Anderson, please go to https://bit.ly/3eiS8o6.

    ✨ Looking to learn more about Genesis and Creation?

    ★ Visit our blog for helpful articles: https://bit.ly/3d306R1
    ★ Free Videos: https://bit.ly/3e1HRgc
    ★ Questions & Answers: https://bit.ly/3d0EG6T