Evolution, sin and death

The grand paradigm conventional “men of science” call “evolution” promotes sin and death. In fact, evolution allows no room for the concept “sin” as the Bible describes it. Worse than that: it turns sin on its head. The only real sin, to an evolutionist, lies in preventing the deaths of the “unfit.” For only by such deaths, according to evolution, can the human race improve. Continue reading

Feathered Frenzy

Feathered Frenzy

“Honest observation, through paleontology and the coalition of fossils, serves great evidence that extensive compromise has been composed to the research based solely upon imaginative macro evolution alone.”

Children all over the world in various schools are taught that approximately 150 MYA (million years ago) a Dinosaur reptilian-like lizard or amphibian of sorts, slowly evolved into the bird. Continue reading

Evolution: shouldn’t Eskimos grow fur?

As a Creationist I tend to watch and read more secular material than most might expect. There is a good reason for this. Usually the secular material provides me with the best arguments against Evolution imaginable – and on many occasions, sick the material provides me with a good laugh as well. While watching a few minutes of the History Channel’s program entitled The Big History of Everything, viagra 60mg a few interesting questions shot through my mind along with a few chuckles. Continue reading

War on humans? A review

On September 1, 2010, James Lee walked into the offices of the Discovery Channel and took three hostages. In four hours of “negotiations,” he demanded air time for his pet project: stopping human civilization. He also demanded an end to all programming that encouraged pregnancy and childbirth, immigration, and essentially all human activity. Finally, police stormed the building, killed him, and rescued his hostages. But his demands, says Wesley Smith of the Discovery Institute, still constitute a valid manifesto of what he calls the War on Humans. Continue reading

Evolution and creation in NJ District 12

The debate between creation and evolution became explicitly political last night. An incumbent Representative set that stage last month. He introduced, for the second time, a resolution to make Charles Darwin’s birthday a federal holiday. Last night his announced Republican opponent condemned him for it. And she did so on explicitly philosophical grounds. To wit: evolution, as a philosophy, causes greater social harm than does creation. Continue reading

Without Darwin, wither faith?

Three days ago, Michael Flannery at Evolution News and Views suggested that without Darwin, the worlds of science and faith would look vastly different today. He is correct as far as he goes. But the world without Darwin would not necessarily lack its strife and its sins. It would also have a complacency the world with Darwin now lacks. Continue reading

Science Supports Literal Genesis

Natural science indicated that Adam and Eve were created fully human and genetically perfect whereas all so-called ape-men were frauds or forgeries. The at least 145 deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) repair genes, pills the catalog of 40 years of genetic disorder data, cialis and the objective ancestry tests for fossil bones provided the evidence. Continue reading

C. S. Lewis questioned evolution

C. S. Lewis was not always a Christian. He was still an atheist when, cheap in 1925, he first questioned evolution. He knew its claims, from unguided selection through the development of man, strained logic. He would make his final break when he realized how dogmatic and even totalitarian evolutionists can be. Continue reading

Bill Nye — pray for him

You might want to pray for Bill Nye. Although he is not as vocal an atheist as Richard Dawkins or P.Z. Myers, he is a dedicated humanist and fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. Of late, Bill Nye has become a defender of Darwinian Evolution and a vocal opponent of creationism. Continue reading