After many people coming to me claiming that one can believe in evolution and that God just created the first life I've decided to write this little bit here to clear up the ignorant ramblings.
1.?The Bible states ten times that life reproduces only after its own kind. As we observe the biological world all around us this fact is 100% true Dogs stay dogs, and people stay people. Yet evolution preaches that all life is a blurred continuum.
2.?The God of the Bible demands unselfish sacrifice for the good of others. “...whosoever will be chief among you, let him be your servant.” (Matthew 20:27) Would this same God use a method of dead ends, extinctions, and survival of the fittest to make us? I think not.
3.?Belief in evolution justified the excesses of the industrial revolution, the Nazi elimination of the Jews, and the rise of Marxism and Communism. It also serves as the primary justification for disbelief in God. Although believers in evolution attempt to distance themselves from taking their theory into a social realm, these historical atrocities are the undeniable result of taking evolution to its logical conclusion. If we are a product of biological forces; why not extend these forces into our dealing with other humans? Animal groups do not lament wiping each other out in order to survive. Why shouldn’t we be the same; if we are just part of an evolutionary process which formed us? Creation is the event which ultimately gives life value because it links every humans value to our Creator who loved us enough to die for us. Evolution is the opposite.
Abundant scientific evidence exists that microbe to man evolution has never taken place. The fossil record shows no credible links between major groups of plants and animals. The chemical structure of DNA contains useful information which could not have developed by natural processes. Also, there is abundant evidence for a worldwide flood which undermines the possibility that evolution could have happened.
johnmuise, Deviantart 44 Comments
[6/4/2012 3:39:46 AM]
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