From Nature’s Eternal Religion, by Ben Klassen
Book II – Chapter 1
In studying the creatures of Nature, we have observed with increasing clarity that each creature has its own peculiar means of survival, of propagation, of gathering food, of defense, and of ushering in the next generation. Not only does each creature have its particular pattern for survival, but in this pattern are imbedded many peculiarities that are to each creature inherently its own.
For example, a beaver instinctively knows how to build dams and this provides a useful means for its survival. A cat instinctively knows how …