Jerry Bergman and George Howe
What do the coccyx, tonsils, appendix, cecum, and goose bumps have in common? These comprise a partial list of what evolutionists still assert are useless remnants or “vestiges” which functioned only in evolutionary ancestors. Bergman and Howe review these arguments and emphatically explain that these pseudo “remnants of evolution” actually perform extremely important roles in living organisms. This book provides a must read of the true facts for medical doctors and students who have been exposed to the vestigial organ argument in support of evolution!
Paperback: 97 pages