Perhaps the vast majority of people believe that Charles Darwin’s theory proposing continual evolution of species published in 1859 and titled On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life fully explains the origins of biological diversity. However, honest and fair-minded men and women of science such as Denis Noble recognize that Neo-Darwinism ignores much contemporary molecular evidence and invokes a set of unsupported assumptions about the accidental nature of hereditary variation. More specifically, not only are Neo-Darwinists ignoring important rapid evolutionary processes such as symbiogenesis, horizontal DNA transfer, action of mobile DNA and epigenetic modifications, some have even elevated Natural Selection to a unique creative force that solves all the difficult evolutionary problems without a real empirical basis. As a believer who has witnessed time again how those who have stated that biblical accounts are not supported by history have often had to "eat their words" as new historical documents and artifacts have been discovered or uncovered which proved otherwise, I would not be surprised to see the same type of phenomena occurring in the area of science as well. As a career educator, I feel I have a duty and a responsibility to share such developments with students. Unfortunately, virtually all of the science books produced by today’s main textbook publishers—not to mention the general public and even many scientists—are not aware of decades of research in evolutionary science, molecular biology and genome sequencing which contradict Darwin’s explanations for how novel organisms have originated in the long history of life on earth. I hope to use this thread to begin exploring some of these alternative ideas in language accessible to the average elementary, middle, and high school student in preparation for publishing educational materials of my own—especially on how the DNA record does not support the assertion that small random mutations are the main source of new and useful variations, along with empirical data on areas that have been glossed over by Neo-Darwinian viewpoints.