We're going to use the Cherubim as a case study of the benefit of using spherogenetic systematics as a deductive tool. According to scripture Cherubim have mostly mammalian, not reptilian, characteristics.
The reptile-mammal transition is abiogenesis not evolution. It's evidence that God created in a systematic manner of increasing complexity.
The first day of creation included development of cellular and multicellular life which was capable of photosynthesis. This may seem far-fetched but it's in harmony with scientific theories of the origin of life.
Scientists have found fossils of whales and other marine animals in mountain sediments in the Andes, indicating that the South American mountain chain rose very rapidly from the sea.
A specific example of wilful blindness in popular science (SciPop) is in a work called Paleaeoecology and Palaeoenvironments of Late Cenozoic Mammals, Edited by Kathlyn M. Stewart and Kevin L. Seymore.
Pouched (Marsupial) and placental mammals means, basically, all mammals. Marsupials include the Kangaroos and are one of the issues which atheist science trolls (ASTs) like to use to taunt creationists.
First mammals? A place where mammals were buried doesn't make them the first mammals. The presence of mammal remains in sediment is used to place the sediment in timeline of the evolution narrative.
The Miocene is the Miocene because it's the Miocene. Anything that's not characteristic of the Miocene is assigned to something other than the Miocene. It's a little microcosm of circular reasoning.
The Triassic is another microcosm of inductive reductive circular reasoning that we may wryly refer to as an "eddy in the space-time continuum." It's a tip of the hat to Douglas Adams, author of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
The heavenly realm, or firmasphere, was populated on the fourth day. Zechariah describes one heavenly being as a woman with the wings of a stork. This means that women existed in heaven before there were women on Earth.