Jerry Bergman and George Howe. 1990. CRS Monograph Series No. 4. Creation Research Society, 97 pages.
Coccyx – tonsils – appendix – cecum – goose bumps – etc. – Evolutionists still assert that many structures in the bodies of animals and people (and even in plants) are useless remnants, i.e., “vestiges,” of organs which functioned only in evolutionary ancestors. Bergman and Howe have produced a review of those arguments and a reply in which they show that these supposed “remnants of evolution” play important roles and should not be considered as useless vestiges. This book is a must for medical doctors and students who have been exposed to the vestigial organ argument in support of evolution.