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Today's Creation Moment

Aug
01
God's Gifts and God's Gift
John 15:1
"I AM the true vine, and My Father is the husbandman."
The evolutionary story of man's history tells us that it took man tens of thousands of years to figure out he could farm crops for himself. Yet, today we know that some termites, ants and ambrosia...
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President Washington had it right when he said, "“What students would learn in American schools above all is the religion of Jesus Christ.” Today you'll find that the Bible is excluded from classrooms and teachings on Jesus Christ are seen as public enemy #1. But what we really need is more of Christ in the classroom.

It is knowing the Lord and his goodness that brings knowledge. Many people credit Darwin and his "science" for current technologies, but true science was built by those who trusted that God's universe is orderly. Former generations benefited immeasurably from biblical teachings. Their dedication and honest work brought us to enjoy technological advancements and prosperity, while evolutionists have actually kept us back from even enjoying the benefits of common sense.

Evolutionists like to say that their "science" is beneficial to mankind, when it has actually kept us back from true scientific inquiry and advancement. For example, evolutionary scientists insisted that the appendix was a vestigial organ, but now we know it has important functions in the body. Fact agrees with biblical truth. The Lord said we are fearfully and wonderfully made, and we find that this statement holds true under scientific study.

If scientists would base their studies on biblical truth instead of being ungrateful to the Lord and working contrary to the facts we have directly from him, there is no telling how much better the world would be today. True education comes from above. No amount of earthly wisdom can ever compare to the wisdom of God.

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