And God created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good. And God blessed them, saying, Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth. Genesis 1:21-22
Did you ever think all the flaws associated with the Theory of Evolution? Remember that it is only a theory and yet it is taught as a fact. Facts do not come without painstaking research and measurable proof, yet, people will push this religion (for that is what evolutionary teachings really are) in place of God’s creation. It is with that thought that I want to focus on one part today. That one part is Like Produces Like. This is a constant in nature and one that cannot be ignored, though it has been overshadowed by lies and concepts that get stranger by the minute. One ignored principals of the theories is the teaching in the scientific community of Spontaneous Generation. In other words death cannot spawn life. Yet, evolution has gone mad with its primal soup theory which says, “Some electrical charge started life and not some higher power.” Let me challenge this thinking even more. Even if life could start that way how did it sustain itself? Where did the source to sustain life in the smallest stage come from?
I have asked this question to my renowned colleagues and the answers I get are even more bazaar. Along the way I am told of mutations, as though this is something new. In other words, variety came by mutations. The evolutionary community wants us to think that we are nothing more than mutated gammons. However, every mutation I have experienced leads to reproduction failure. Mutations cannot reproduce. Oh, I am sure someone will find some obscure case and point that out, but consider all the creatures we see and ask yourself, “What are we really seeing?” Even Darwin, which the evolutionary community want to elevate as god, pointed out one thing. Like stays with like and unless that barrier is broken mutations cannot happen. In fact, Darwin did not argue as much for mutation, but the survival of the fittest.
Stop what you are doing and look at the fowls of the air and consider the fish of the sea. They could cross breed if they wanted but stay with their own kind. Cardinals stay with cardinals, bass with bass, sharks with their own kind and more. Blue birds stay with their kind. Though there are several varieties of blue birds they remain faithful to their kind. If this wasn’t true, why do we fret over extinction? Shouldn’t natural selection call for the repairing of such? No, extinction tells us that the death of a species spells the end of it and it cannot return. Once again the theory of evolution fails.
If there is one verse I love it is this: I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well. Psalm 139:14. I am not an intelligent gammon. I am a product of God’s desire. Even more so, when God made man, it was man that rebelled against Him. Man broke God’s law. The consequence of sin is death. Even after man fell into sin, the truth is this, God promised and later provided a Savior, His only begotten Son, Jesus. What is demanded of us is true faith in His death, burial and resurrection. You may scoff and say, “But Jesus died. You expect me to believe that He is alive?” Well dear reader, “You expect me to believe in a primal soup…” There is but one difference. It was the creator of all things who said, “I lay down my life and take it up again.” He has the power to create. He has the power over death, hell and the grave. He has the power to give life and He has the power to fulfill His promise.
I believe totally in Him. Nuf Said.
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