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Evolution has passed from science to speculation from fact to the arena of faith.
What are the Experts Saying?
"I will not accept that philosophically(creation), because I do not want to believe in God, therefore I choose to believe in that which I know is scientifically impossible, spontaneous generation arising to evolution."
Dr. George Wald, evolutionist, Professor Emeritus of Biology at the University at Harvard,
Nobel Prize winner in Biology.
"Darwin's evolutionary explanation of the origins of man has been transformed into a modern myth, to the detriment of scientific and social progress... The secular myths of evolution have had a damaging effect on scientific research, leading to distortion, to needless controversy, and to gross misuse of science... I mean the stories, the narratives about change over time. How the dinosaurs became extinct, how the mammals evolved, where man came from. These seem to me to be little more than story-telling."
"If I knew of any Evolutionary transitional's, fossil or living, I would certainly have included them in my book, ‘Evolution.’"
Dr. Colin Patterson, Evolutionist and Senior Paleontologist at the British Museum of Natural History, which houses 60 million fossils
Often, a cold shudder has run through me, and I have asked myself whether I may have not devoted myself to a fantasy.
Life and Letters, 1887, Vol. 2, p. 229
Somebody is making a Monkey out of You!
Web Site: In God We Betrayed
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|Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
|It makes more sense to me for me to believe in a loving creator in Heaven, that created us with loving hands than it does for me to believe that we came from Monkeys. Again I find myself intrigued by your writing and your faith, thank you for sharing this here
|Reviewed by Pete Grasso
Let's have fun with this. Let's say that according to the laws of probability and random chance a monkey can type Psalm 23, given he or she had ample time. Let's walk through the numbers...
Let us imagine a special typewriter, ‘user-friendly’ to apes, with 50 keys, comprised of 26 capital letters, 10 numbers, one space bar, and 13 symbols for punctuation, etc. For the sake of simplicity we shall disregard lower-case letters and settle for typing all to be in capitals, and we shall disregard leap years. This example is incredibly simplistic compared to the construction of a most simplistic bactrim cell.
How long would it take an operator, on the average, to correctly type the 23rd Psalm, by randomly striking keys? To obtain the answer, let us first consider the first verse of the Psalm, which reads: ‘THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD, I SHALL NOT WANT.’
According to the Multiplication Rule of Probability (in simplified form)3 the chance of correctly typing the three designated letters ‘THE’ from possibilities is 1 in 50 x 50 x 50, which equals 125,000. At a rate of one strike per second, the average time taken to make 125,000 strikes is 34.72 hours.
The chance of randomly typing the eight keys (seven letters and one space) in the right sequence for the two words THE LORD is 1 in 50 x 50 … eight times (i.e. 50 to the 8th power). This is 1 chance in 39,062 billion. There are 31,536,000 seconds in a year, so the average time taken in years to make 39,062 billion strikes at the rate of one strike per second would be 1,238,663.7 years.
The time taken on the average to correctly type the whole of verse 1 of the 23rd Psalm, which contains 42 letters, punctuation, and spaces, would be 50 to the 42nd power divided by 31,536,000 (seconds in a year), which is 7.2 x 10 to the 63rd power years.
And the time taken on the average to correctly type the whole of the 23rd Psalm, made up of 603 letters, verse numbers, punctuation, and spaces, would be 50 to the 630th power divided by 31,536,000 which is 9.552 x 10 to the 1016 power years. If the letter ‘b’ stands for billion (109), this could be written as about one bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb years.
By comparison, the evolutionists’ age of the Earth is (only) 4.6 billion years, and the evolutionists’ age of the universe is (only) almost 15 billion years.
SOMEBODY IS MAKING A MONKEY OUT OF YOU !
|Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK
|In Lieu Of We've Become Technolgically So Far Advanced,i.e. Humans Are Still Liven Like Bunch Of Animales...
Trust Me It All Comes Out (Instantly) In The (Your) End...You Will Never Know Whence Your Number Is Up...
Credit For Great Write...
|Reviewed by Malcolm Watts (Reader)
|"Spontaneous generation" as you refer to evolution is much more believable than the idea that some guy in heaven with a white beard and time on his hands woke up one day and decided to create everything in a week.|
|Reviewed by Jennifer Butler
|I think that it is through the nabbing of animals that Christians gain their power. After all, it does say that in the beginning, the Invisible Creator gave Adam and Eve dominion over the animals. This, however, is done despite Adam and Eve's complete ignorance regarding the proper care and breeding of animals. When you think of all the isolated pets in the world, you may realize that this Invisible animal grantor is imprisoning through negligence that which was never his to give.|