The Galapagos Islands:
Evolution's Sacred Ground

The Galapagos Islands, off the coast of Ecuador, are where Charles Darwin received the inspiration for the theory of evolution. In observing the islands' ecosystem and how its bird and reptile inhabitants compared to similar South American cousins, Darwin assembled what has become the driving philosophy of science.

In May 2003, Dr. Ray and Sue Bohlin visited the Galapagos Islands with a different perspective, focusing on intelligent design and the natural limits to biological change. Here is their report.

1 - Why Visit the Galapagos Islands?
2 - Thursday PM: Bartolome
3 - Friday AM: Punta Espinosa
4 - Friday PM: Tagus Cove
5 - Saturday AM: Punta Moreno
6 - Saturday PM: Urbina Bay
7 - Sunday AM: Darwin Research Station
8 - Sunday PM: Santa Cruz Highlands
9 - Monday AM: Beach Visit
10 - Galapagos Wrap Up: ICR Lecture, What It All Means
The online photos and text are only 1/3 of what is available on the full PictureStory CD. The Bohlins prepared this CD as a thank-you gift for the donors who provided the funds for this trip. It features almost 300 photos with accompanying text addressing the Galapagos landforms, animals, and plants from a Christian worldview. A number of short videos are also on the CD. It is particularly good for home-schooling families and students of all ages. For more information, please send an e-mail to Sue Bohlin.

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