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What's a Bible-believing student in public school or college to do when their teacher pounds their desk and shouts, "I've been a science teacher for over 30 years, and I tell you that evolution is not a hypothesis or even a theory - it's a fact!"
Do you back away, bowing in meek subjection, saying, "I'm not worthy! I'm not worthy!" Far too many Bible-believing Christians have allowed themselves to be silenced into submission by "authorities" with long years of scientific study. If we haven't spent years in the field of science, we feel we don't even have a right to express our viewpoint.
But here's how Christian students - and every Bible-believing Christian - should be looking at this. Scientists who have spent years rejecting the Bible and biblical creation are less likely to have a true understanding of the world around us. Think about it. When people immerse themselves in an error of any kind, they are conditioned to overlook its weaknesses. All they look for is "evidence" that supports their mistaken beliefs. And when they don't find the evidence they seek, they interpret whatever they find to support their beliefs.
By rejecting the Bible as the authoritative source of knowledge, atheistic evolutionists begin at a flawed starting point. As a result, they look at the world through an atheistic "lens" that distorts everything they see. And the point we want to make is that the longer they look through this flawed lens, the more hardened they will be in their error.
So, Christian students, don't allow yourself to be silenced into submission by arrogant scientists or science teachers. Their long years of study proves nothing. After all, the Bible - unlike science textbooks - doesn't need to be constantly updated and revised. The Bible's truths are true for all time. So the longer you study the Bible - the reliable source of knowledge and wisdom - the greater your understanding of the world around you will be.