Lubenow and Nebraska Man

The Answers in Genesis newsletter, in a blurb on Lubenow's Bones of Contention says that it is:
"A thoroughly researched work that details information on all the familiar "ape-men": Neanderthal Man, Nebraska Man, Piltdown Man, Peking Man, etc."
It's amusing because Lubenow is the only creationist author who doesn't (to his credit) so much as mention Nebraska Man, let alone pretend that it was ever widely thought to be a human ancestor. Whoever wrote AIG's catalogue clearly assumed that Lubenow, as a creationist, would of course discuss Nebraska Man. (For that matter, Lubenow barely touches on Piltdown Man or Peking Man either)


Lubenow M.L.: Bones of contention: a creationist assessment of human fossils, Grand Rapids,MI:Baker Books, 1992.

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