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Today's Creation Moment

Abimelech the Watermelon
Judges 9:53
"And a certain woman cast a piece of a millstone upon Abimelech's head, and all to brake his skull."
In the book of Judges we read of how "a certain woman" gave the Philistine leader Abimelech a skull fracture when she threw a millstone on him from a tower. Some biblical scholars concluded that no...

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Evolutionists certainly try to drown out truth with scientific pronouncements. They like to throw out big, long-winded words as if this should WOW their audience.

I've got a big word for them: Alligator mississippiensis. That's alligator, for short.

Traditionally, dinosaurs are thought to be big lizards. What's an alligator, if not a big lizard? Textbooks will even refer to the alligator as a "living fossil" that somehow did not become extinct during the age of reptiles.

It's supposed to be laughable that dinosaurs could coexist with humans, but alligators are still around. I wouldn't want to get up close and personal with one, but hey, I admit they are alive and qualify as a big reptile on the order of a dinosaur.

Alligators aren't alone, either. Laugh all you want to about dinosaurs being gone from the earth, but you won't laugh long when a crocodile decides to chomp on you for lunch.

As for all the fossils found in rock formations and sedimentary layers that supposedly support evolution, those are solid evidence substantiating the eye-witness written account of the Flood.

I guess eye-witness accounts are of no value in today's textbooks, though. Maybe that's because no one has ever seen a lizard turn into a bird and evolutionists are counting on this being believable. Hey, if it happened when nobody was around millions of years ago, who's to say otherwise?

If seeing isn't believing, maybe the evolutionists should close their eyes when the next hungry crocodile comes along. I mean, after all, dinosaurs were extinct millions of years ago, weren't they? What's to worry about?


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