Friday, May 14, 2010


Evolutionists believe that the universe, rather than being created by God, came into being by blind chance. This poses innumerable methematical impossibitilies.
Could chance have placed the sun precisely at the correct distance from the earth to prevent Earth's inhabitants from burning up or freezing to death and then maintaining this without deviation? Could chance have taught birds how to find their way across vast oceans to winter homes in the south and guide them back north againg in the spring? Could chance tell the salmon to buck currents and leap over waterfalls to return to her birthplace to lay her eggs before she dies? Could chance have constucted the complex eye of the owl, the protective coloration of the chamelion, the intricate society of the honeybee, or even the uniqe design of the snowflake? Could chance balance the elements in the atmosphere so that man and animals are supplied with oxygen for life and plants recieve the carbon dioxide they need? More unbelieveable still, could man with his personality, intellect, will, and emotions be the product of random chance?
The more one studies the design of the universe and the complexities of nature, the more one is aware of a Designer, a Mastermind that created and sustains it all. It takes more blind faith to believe that these marvels "just happened" than that they were created by the an all-powerful, all-wise, and all-loving God as recorded in the Bible.

"Evolutoinism is a fairytale for grown-ups. This theory has helped nothing in the progress of science. it is useless."
"Evolution not only conveys no knowledge but seems somehow to convey anti-knowledge."

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