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Today's Creation Moment

Bacteria the Size of a Whale?
Genesis 1:20
"And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven."
The abundance and variety of living things that God made continues to amaze scientists. All of us learned in school that bacteria are too small to see without a microscope. That's why, when...

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I'm not surprised that data was falsified in this case. This is not the first time that so-called evidence supporting evolution has been either misinterpreted or falsified. But even though the frauds may have been exposed, you won't get an evolutionist to admit it. Twenty years from now, we could still be hearing about global warming if evolutionists have their way. After all, we're still hearing that the appendix is vestigial, even though medical science now admits the appendix has important bodily functions, including immune functions.

In the case of the appendix, science has finally caught up with the Bible, which says we are fearfully and wonderfully made. But you won't get an evolutionist to admit it.

By the way, the funding for "important" research on invented issues like "global warming" is sufficient motivation for researchers to lie. Another such "important" project is the large hadron collider, which is a particle accelerator built at great expense and effort to prove that mankind can uncover all the mysteries of nature himself. In short, it's there to prove that science, not God, is in over all things.

There is a much simpler, inexpensive way of exploring the laws of nature: seek out the God of creation, Jesus Christ. Read the Bible. It has all the clues to our beginnings and the answers to our future. Any science that doesn't begin and end with the Bible is a colossal waste of time, effort, and money.


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