Scientists are touting new evidence for Darwinian evolution, this time riding the fins of the ancient jawless fish Metaspriggina. This supposedly 500 million year old fish (remember, all dating is purely speculative) grew to be two inches long, and did not have jaws.
This new fossil discovery is being hailed as the precursor to the jawbone; thanks to this new discovery, they say, we can learn what animals had before the jaw evolved.
This is one of those times where evolutionists say they have proof of evolution. But this doesn’t prove evolution at all.
A jawless fish only proves that there once was a fish that had no jaw.
Proof of evolution would be transitional fossils—commonly called missing links. A fish with a partial gill system, partial jaw system would support Darwinism. Of course, nothing like this has ever been, nor will ever be found.
Even more damaging to the victory of this discovery is the fact that, still today, jawless fish exist; hagfish and lampreys are both jawless. If jaws are proof of evolutionary progress, why do hagfish and lampreys not have them? And why do all other animals (the ones supposedly older than 500 million years) have jawbones?
This is the exact opposite of proof.
The reality is God created a diverse animal kingdom, and the more we learn, the more we should stand in awe of our magnificent Creator.