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When you boil it all down, Evolution serves one purpose only. It is a feeble attempt to try and explain everything we see, creation, by taking God, the creator, out of the picture. It is simply a feeble effort to deny that a Creator exists. Is that effort successful? In the minds of some only, not everyone.


Many propose evolution is “the” answer to the origin of what we see. Is it? Many believe it is, but that doesn’t make it true. Humans used to think the earth was flat, etc.


Even if you were the top expert on earth concerning evolution, what could you do with that knowledge and expertise?


Can science actually prove the origin of everything? The answer is “NO”!


Are there any other explanations for the origins of all that exists today and why it exists?


Please try the below web pages. Some are lengthy, but worth the time it takes to read them.


Science can discover and prove many things, but it has a really hard time proving and explaining the origin of so much. Some scientists cross that line, trying to explain the origin of something. Many don't. I believe the theory of evolution crosses that line.


Humans have limits and science is an invention of humans, right?


Science is concerned with the natural realm, right?


Is science concerned with the super-natural realm? Does a super-natural realm exist? Can we humans see all that exists?


Maybe try this: You can easily test a person's ability to acknowledge a creator by showing them a horse and car side by side. Try explaining that the car is the result of nuts and bolts and wires and glass and rubber and leather (forget where they all came from) all spontaneously and miraculously aligning themselves in a big bin (given enough time). Of course, they won't believe your explanation. They will readily admit that a car requires a car manufacturer and that it is astronomically improbable (make them say the word "impossible" if you can) for such a thing to occur. Now try the same explanation of the horse, which is a much more complex machine than the car. Believe it or not, many will say that the horse does not require a horse manufacturer, just billions and billions of years of happenstance. Go figure!


My final thoughts: If evolution were true today that means it must still be happening (perpetual). Is there anything on this earth that a human can point to and truthfully say this living thing is evolving (it used to be something else)? From a mathematical perspective it would take more faith to believe in evolution than creation. Some more food for thought, human DNA is a language; language comes from a mind. I choose to believe God, our Creator, created everything. When I say everything, I mean everything, both seen and unseen.

I believe this to be one of the big stumbling blocks of those that promote evolution. They don’t like the idea of being a created thing; their minds will not accept that concept (can another reason be eventual accountability? In many cases, yes)!

Plenty to think about for sure. You have to make up your own mind. Evolution or creation? Is there a third choice?


Food for thought: There is no way that I can prove God exists. A non-believer cannot prove He doesn’t exist. What are we to do? Make a choice, then reap what you sow.


More food for thought: God doesn’t evolve.


Malachi 3:6 For I am the LORD, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.


Hebrews 13:8 Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever.



Isaiah 45:18 For thus saith the LORD that created the heavens; God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it not in vain, he formed it to be inhabited: I am the LORD; and there is none else.


(God created this earth along with everything else).

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