, Muskogee, OK

October 4, 2012

THE PEOPLE SPEAK – Evolution proves ungodly folly

— Once upon a time a princess kissed a frog and it turned into a handsome prince. True story, according to the majority of scientists. Only instead of a magic kiss, they believe in a mysterious billions of years that turned ocean snot into man. Science? Hardly. Ungodly folly? You bet.

As I said in my last letter, something never comes from nothing. So either God is eternally self-existent or matter is. Also, order never comes from chaos by itself. A “big bang” would not have created our ordered universe.

Psalm 14:1 declares that fools say there is no God. The apostate Charles Darwin didn’t want to believe in God, so he devised the modern theory of evolution to explain the universe’s existence apart from God. So according to scripture, Darwin was a fool and all that subscribe to his anti-God theory are idiots. Should Christians listen to a pack of fools to tell us how we got here?

The fact that the majority of scientists believe in evolution doesn’t make it real. 1 John 5:19 says that the whole world lies in wickedness. Evolutionists are simply part of the wicked unbelieving world.

Isaac Newton, Louis Pasteur and Henry Morris are but a few of the thousands of scientists who did and do believe that scientific evidence supports special creation, the earth’s young age, Noah’s flood, etc., instead of evolution. These men are genuine scientists every bit as much, if not more so, than evolutionary scientists.

Marx, Stalin and Hitler partially based their theories and horrific actions on evolution. Likewise, the general hopelessness and evil of our time is the direct result of evolutionary indoctrination. After all, if we’re just glorified monkeys and there’s no God, what’s the point of anything and why shouldn’t we live however we want? Only belief in God and his work gives life real purpose.

Mindless, uncaring evolution wouldn’t have made food be not only nutritious but delicious, or given us an appreciation for the world’s beauty. Nor would it have given the human race our “feeling after God” spoken of in Acts 17:27.


Fort Gibson