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Today's Creation Moment

Apr
20
The Days in Genesis
Genesis 1:5
“And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.”
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Sorry, Charley. We’re Not Celebrating Your Birthday!

Today's the day that evolutionists and atheists have been waiting for - Charles Darwin's 200th birthday. The official celebration website (darwinday.org) lists 641 events in 42 countries. Events range from "Evolutionpalooza!" at the San Francisco Main Branch Public Library to an all-day reading of Darwin's On the Origin of Species at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. Meanwhile, a secular group in Grand Junction, Colorado, is observing the birth of their patron saint with billboards urging people to "Evolve Beyond Belief." The Freedom from Religion Foundation placed "Praise Darwin" billboards in Grand Junction, Dayton (TN), Dover (PA) and Whitehall (OH).If anyone reading this still believes there is no connection between evolution and atheism, they are simply unaware of the facts or they are not thinking clearly. Ironic, isn't it, that the "Praise Darwin" billboards provide additional evidence that Darwinism is a religion that tells its followers: "There is no God? Ironic, too, that the secular group in Colorado is urging people to "Evolve Beyond Belief." In other words, they're urging people to discard their belief in God and BELIEVE what their group believes - that there is no God.Though they don't realize it, most arguments that atheists use to persuade people to turn from God and religion end up showing that atheists have a religion of their own. And the man who was born 200 years ago today was their "Moses" who liberated them from what they felt was the bondage of true faith. In reality, Darwin brought bondage to a faulty belief system that should have been discarded many years ago.

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