Dr. Menton

Essays on Creation and Evolution by Dr. David Menton

Dr. David Menton is a Past President of the Missouri Association for Creation. He earned a PhD in Cell Biology from Brown University. He was Associate Professor of Anatomy at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis from 1966 - 2000 and is currently a full-time researcher and speaker with Answers in Genesis.

Dr. Menton wrote a series of 24 essays that were published in the St. Louis MetroVoice beginning in July of 1993 and they are as relevant today as they were when he wrote them. Dr. Menton’s writing style is lively and humorous while at the same time making the complex understandable. These articles are all featured below.

Religion and the Question of Origins

The Origin of Life

There Ought to be a Law Against Evolution—And There Is!

Is Evolutions a Theory, A Fact, or a Law?—Or, None of the Above?

If We Resemble Apes, Does That Mean We Evolved from Apes?

Is the Human Embryo Essentially a Fish with Gills?

The Human Tail and Other Tales of Evolution

Natural Selection and Macroevolution

Sickle Cell Anemia and Other “Good” Mutations of Evolution

Can Evolution Produce and Eye? Not a Chance!

What Do the Fossils Say?

The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Climbing the “Ladder of Life” in Grand Canyon

The Dating Game

The Religion of Nature: Social Darwinism

Species, Speciation and the Genesis Kind

What a Difference a Day Makes!

Making Man Out of Monkeys

Making Monkeys Out of Men

The Origin of Evolutionism: It Didn’t Begin With Darwin

Darwin Didn’t Discover Evolution or Natural Selection

Creation and the Appearance of Age

Methuselah and Grandpa’s Ax: The Problem With Aging and Death