Fish and Amphibians
and amphibians emerged on the Earth suddenly and without any predecessors.
Evolutionists cannot explain the origin of either of these living
Evolutionists assume that the sea invertebrates
that appeared in the Cambrian stratum somehow evolved into fish
over tens of millions of years. However, there is not a single transitional
link indicating that evolution occurred between these invertebrates
and fish. Actually, the evolution of invertebrates that have their
hard tissues outside their bodies and no skeleton into bony fish
that have theirs in the middle of their bodies is a very big transformation
which should have left a great number of transitional links.
Evolutionists have been digging fossil strata
for about 140 years looking for these hypothetical forms. They have
found millions of invertebrate fossils and millions of fish fossils;
yet nobody has ever found even one that is midway between them.
An evolutionist paleontologist, Gerald T. Todd,
asks the following questions in the face of this fact:
All three subdivisions of the bony fishes first
appear in the fossil record at approximately the same time… How
did they originate? What allowed them to diverge so widely?.. And
why is there no trace of earlier, intermediate forms?26
A fossil dating back 280
million years belonging to an extinct frog species. These
discoveries reveal that frogs appeared suddenly on the Earth
without any predecessors.
The evolutionary scenario also argues that fish,
which evolved from invertebrates, later transformed themselves into
amphibians which are able to live on land. (Amphibians are animals
capable of living both on land and in water, such as frogs.) But
as you would imagine, this scenario also lacks evidence. There is
not even a single fossil verifying that a half-fish/half-amphibian
creature has ever existed. This fact is confirmed, albeit reluctantly,
by a well-known evolutionist authority, Robert L. Carroll, who is
the author of Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolution: "We have
no intermediate fossils between rhipidistian fish and early amphibians."27
There is no difference
between the fossil fish of hundreds of millions of years ago
and modern fish. Fish have been created as fish and always
In short, both fish and amphibians emerged suddenly
and in their present form without any predecessors. In other words,
God created them in a perfect form.
T. Todd, "Evolution of the Lung and the Origin of Bony Fishes: A Casual
Relationship", American Zoologist, Vol 26, No. 4, 1980, p. 757
27- R. L. Carroll, Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolution,
New York: W. H. Freeman and Co. 1988, p. 4.