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Evolution is an anachronistic, antiquated viewpoint that's not new at all. Evolutionists like to say they are scientifically accurate and on the cutting-edge of research. What they are actually doing is throwing common sense away and running after heathenistic ideas that are as old as sin.
Not long ago, people thought that life burst spontaneously from nonliving matter. For example, it was thought that garbage produced flies. We now know this is nonsense. Flies produce flies, and they often feed on garbage. That's what today's believers in evolution are doing: feeding on garbage.
So you want to talk science? Let's go with real observational science, which shows that mutations are harmful to life, rather than salubrious. Let's look at real life, which shows species replicating themselves after their own kind. Let's go to the Sequoia Caverns, where stalactites are growing as rapidly as 300 feet in a few thousand years. Let's go to the area of of Mt. St. Helens, where Loowit Falls has carved a canyon in hardrock in less than a decade. Let's look at the real world instead of feeding on garbage spewed out by spin doctors.
Why should the evidence we can see with our eyes be discarded in favor of embracing pagan views in the unseen magic that supposedly existed millions of years ago? Evolutionists are just making up stories that can't be substantiated. If cornered, an evolutionist will admit evolution is not taking place today, but still insist that it took place in the past. Natural law is a constant. If evolution took place before, it would be happening now. The next litter of kittens could look more like mice. But it doesn't happen. It isn't real. So evolutionists have to add the magical ingredient of millions of years, as if this potion will produce the hocus pocus necessary for life.
Are time and chance our new gods? They are if you want to wallow in ignorance. But I, for one, refuse to bow down and worship the Jurassic period.
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