“Animal Crackers in My Soup” – Part 2

mzi_kmyimjkl_170x170-75[At the conclusion of Part 1] The fact is, Almighty God does not need to use mistakes, mutations and multiple millennia to create anything. HE SPEAKS, AND IT IS DONE.

By the way, the dating methods and claims of billions of years for our world are either: 1] Fool’s fantasies. 2] Null and void due to Noah’s Flood. 3] Rendered meaningless if you ask a question like – how old was Adam the day he was created; was he one minute old when he stood up or a mature man? – How old did God make the rocks the day they were created; a minute or millennia? – Was the light from our solar system that takes so long to travel here, already here? 4] How about all the above? The monkey’s and men loop the loop creation story dies in several lights including the mathematical impossibilities, the fossil record, the complexity of what was once called the simple cell, the discovery of DNA which tells us we’re intricately made from an alphabetical code, but not the soup kind; the irreducible complexity of the eye; the second law of thermodynamics which says all things are like a clock winding down not up, (devolving not evolving), and most importantly – our capability to observe design everywhere and the wisdom to know design requires a Designer.

Though I do have a problem with the Eugenie Scott’s of the world having free access to our children while teaching them their cup-a-soup creation story and suppressing all other views, I don’t have a problem with the Eugenie Scott’s of the world believing what they want to believe. God has made Himself clearly known but allows each of us to choose whether we come or whether we go.

So, are we coming or going?

There are multitudes of professing Christians who believe the monkey and men loop the loop creation story is true! They adhere to what is called “theistic evolution”. This belief is a mish-mashed, double-minded, schizophrenic convolution of contradictions. In fact, I much prefer Dr. Scott’s creed. It may be wrong, but at least it keeps to the same path.

Theistic monkey and men loop the loop “christians” all have one thing in common. They do not believe in the supernatural attributes of the Godhead, including the divine inspiration of Scripture. Talk to one of these folks, they’re not hard to find. About five minutes and five questions later and you can easily identify whether they are just immature in the Faith (some) or not Christians at all (most). The babies will be open to the Truth and want to know more. The others…

The Bible says, “He (Jesus) is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. For by Him all things were created that are in heaven and that are on earth, visible and invisible…All things were created through Him and for Him.” (Colossians 1:15-16) One way Jesus Christ (who Theistics claim to believe in) gave evidence of His deity was by the signs, wonders and miracles He performed. He did supernatural things including instantaneous mastery over nature, sickness and death. With a word, He turned water into wine. With a blessing, He made enough bread and fish to feed thousands. He didn’t have to make primordial soup and work up a sweat for millions of years to do any of these things. He spoke, and it was done. At the creation, the Godhead spoke, “Let there be” … and it was done.

For since the creation of the world, His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse – for believing monkey’s and men loop the loop.

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