The Life Foundations Nexus
EVOLUTIONISTS REJECT THEORY OF EVOLUTION
MONOGENETIC EVOLUTION VERSUS POLYGENETIC EVOLUTION
Reviewed By Dr. Lawrence Tripp
Today, Tuesday, February 1, 2005, over 1,000 evolutionists formally rejected the traditional theory of evolution, called “monogenetic evolution,” in favor of a new theory of evolution, called “polygenetic evolution.” Monogenetic evolutionists hold to the traditional theory of evolution that states that “all organisms sprang from one single organism.” Polygenetic evolutionists, on the other hand, hold to the theory that “all organisms sprang from many organisms.” The polygenetic evolutionary view says that the human race evolved from a single pair of human beings. In addition, polygenetic evolutionists believe that this original pair of human beings were biologically identical to modern human beings.
Among the followers of the new theory are the evolutionists at the Pro Evolution Society.