Where Birds Eat Horses is the brand new book from Mount St Helens Creation Center director Paul Taylor.
A BBC documentary series showed a giant, extinct, supposedly carnivorous bird catching and eating a tiny alleged ancestor of the horse. “This is a world where birds eat horses”, intoned the Oscar-nominated actor, voicing the narration. The evidence for this? One fossil gastornis (a giant bird), six fossil propalaeotheria (supposed horse ancestors) and one fossil bunch of grapes (that caused the “horses” to get tipsy, and lose concentration) all found together in one place. From this find was woven a fascinating story, which was then presented, as if it were a wildlife documentary.
Where Birds Eat Horses: The Language of Evolution shows that evidence for evolution does not reside in observational science, but in the clever use of language. The book assists the reader in spotting such unscientific or pseudo-scientific language in textbooks, popular science articles, and documentary films. Without needing a degree in science, the actual science in such media can still easily be filtered from the use of fuzzy words, magic words and false presuppositions. It is shown that the acceptance of the truth of Genesis is a much better foundation for science than the mythologies of evolution.
There are some new worksheets for you to download, in the same style as those in the book. Where Birds Eat Horses can be bought in our online store.
“The goal of the workbook is to help students and others think critically about the claims made for Darwinism. In short, Paul Taylor succeeds wonderfully in achieving this important goal” Dr. Jerry Bergman
“Paul has penned yet another stellar defense of the biblical account of creation. You must have this book!” Carl Gallups
“Paul Taylor is uniquely gifted with insight into this groundless and godless philosophy. May God use this book to equip millions.” Ray Comfort
Paul F Taylor is an international speaker and writer on creation and apologetics. He is the author of several books, including Don’t Miss the Boat, The Six Days of Genesis, and Itching Ears. He and his wife Geraldene are the Directors of the Mount St Helens Creation Center, in Washington state. They have five children between them.