Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Creation vs Evolution

A few years ago the New Journal paper published an article dealing with evolution curricula in Delaware's government schools. According to the article Delaware was listed as one of the top ten states for promoting evolution within it's school system. The article told the experience of one teen ager who believed in Biblical creation until he participated in a couple of experiments that proved to him that evolution was possible. I wished I could have talked to that young man's teacher and asked him to define evolution. If he defined evolution as something changing over a period of time like an infant to an adult, Biblical creationists would have no argument with that. If he meant a change within a species produced by interbreeding, Biblical creationists would have no argument. If however he meant a snake that changed into a bird, or a monkey that changed into a man the Biblical creationists would part company with the evolutionist. In spite of the lack of evidence evolutionists still teach this foolish theory to children in direct opposition to physical evidence and Biblical truth. Heb 11:3 By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God's command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible. NIV

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