Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Created Not Evolved

I'm not going to apologize but my response to a "news" article I just read is hogwash!

Please don't try to tell me that scientists have discovered the reason women don't tip over when carrying a baby is because womens' spines have evolved to be more flexible and supportive.

If that is what they want to believe, that's their prerogative.

I happen to believe the Bible is the word of the living God. And according to it, God created! He did not create man from an ape or wait a few million years to see whether a single cell would evolve into swimmers, creepy-crawlies, wild beasts, birds of the air, other miscellaneous, and finally into two-legged ex-apes. He created the animals and then he created man and woman.

The word of God says Adam named the animals God created. I don't remember reading anything about God creating a single cell and waiting around to see what it might evolve into.

Why do some think it is simple-minded to believe God created, yet refuse to see the illogical sequence of evolution. Because wisdom comes from God. Without God, men are forced to seek false wisdom elsewhere.

The reason, Mr. Scientist, that a woman is able to carry a baby without falling on her face is not because her spine evolved, but rather because the great Creator designed her spine that way.

If you are interested in reading the article on evolution, click here. There is some interesting information in that article on the miraculous way a woman's body adjusts to accommodate the additional stress on her body.

But the evolution theory? It's a bit of a stretch.


Cat Naps in Italy said...

We don't know about all this creation or evolution stuff, it is a little too deep for our tiny minds (some minds are more tiny than others Roscoe, hehehehe).

We just wanted to stop by and tell ya that we can't wait to see you tonight on the red carpet!

Opus and Roscoe

The Cat Realm said...

Fortunately I have a thinking mind and a maid who is trained as a scientist so I know all about evolution...
But to each his/her own - and if you don't believe in it, oh well, that's your right to do.
I still hope to see you at the red carpet party and wanted to thank you for participating in this great CCSI production!

Vicki said...

Yep, I'm with you, Jan! Hogwash! :-) Merry Christmas, my dear friend.


archi's mum said...

i saw a very funny bumper sticker on line yesterday... there is no evolution, only a list of creatures my cat has allowed to live