What Are the Best Resources for Baraminology and Created Kinds?

Resources and References for Answers Beyond the Scope of this Website.

Resources and References for Answers Beyond the Scope of this Website.


Creation Magazines

Creation Museums

Creation Websites

Creation Books

References and Reading Material

Baraminologists are individuals who study the scriptural concept of Created Kinds and who work to make a creationist system of taxonomic classification for plants and animals. Included in this list are individuals who officially work in this field today, others who have indirectly contributed to baraminology, and some from the past who can be considered as doing so although Baraminology did not officially exist in their time.

Baraminology Digest Archive

The Baraminology Digest is a monthly newsletter bringing current articles, studies, relevant blogs, and major events in the study of Created Kinds. It is currently discontinued until further notice, but the archive of past issues is available.

Resources from Todd Elder


‘Baraminology and Created Kinds’ introduces the evidence for the Creator and the value of life as seen through Scripture. It starts with a Scriptural aspects of Created Kinds based on the Genesis account of creation. It explores the scientific Model of Baraminology and the methodology of defining the limits of variation within a Kind. It looks at the social implications of such a view and our stewardship of the world. Finally, it depicts the Creation Orchard – the creationist alternative to the evolutionary Tree of Life. The seminar is currently in production and is expected to be ready in the spring of 2017. The seminar, as a whole, is being presented in a question and answer format represented by students in a science classroom and various figures answering the questions. Here are a few sample images from the developing series

Book Samples

Starting from the time of Adam, mankind has been describing and classifying his surrounding world. ‘Created Kinds, Baraminology, and the Creation Orchard’ is an introduction to the general evidence of the Creator, the value of life as seen through the Scriptures, and a scientific perspective on the classification of plants and animals based on the concepts of Creationism. The scriptural aspects of created kinds introduces the Creator and explores the differences between plants, animals, and man. It also examines the meaning and limits of created kinds at the time of creation, during the flood, and today. The scientific aspects of baraminology, the study of created kinds, explores the methods of delineating the created kinds, the amount of variation that can occur within a kind, and determining what those kinds look like today. The social aspects of scriptural and athiestic beliefs explores the implications it has on our stewardship of the world and decisions on what benefits or harms life. The Creation Orchard is a depiction and listing of the distinct kinds of plants and animals. It helps demonstrate the relationship between kinds and the species within a kind. It is hoped that this book will help defend the believer’s faith from the modern day attacks of secular science and encourage the believer to build a closer relationship with the Creator.

Last Updated: 2018-07-15
Todd Elder

Todd Elder

Todd Elder has a deep desire to understand and experience Creation. As a Baraminologist, his current research includes developing the Katagenos Species Concept, the Natanzera Classification System, and the Floral Formula Method of determining Plant Kinds. As an author and speaker, his books and seminar materials are designed to encourage a growing relationship with the Creator.
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