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Before you start thinking that Creation Moments has stooped to the level of name-calling, permit us to explain the title we've given to this blog posting.
Recently we asked the evolutionists on our Facebook page to tell us which came first: the heart, the blood or the blood vessels? After all, if the heart evolved first, what good would it be without the other two? If the blood evolved first … well, you get the idea.
The only evolutionist who responded ducked the question entirely but said that the heart could easily have come about through natural processes. After all, he said, the heart is "a simple pump."
Following his line of reasoning, we then asked if the eye is a simple camera and the brain is a simple computer. Though he didn't respond, we suspect he would have answered "yes" but reconsidered, knowing that he was digging an even deeper hole for himself.
A few days ago, an evolutionist wrote: "Once a molecule forms that is approximately self-replicating, natural selection will guide the formation of ever more efficient replicators. The first self-replicating object didn't need to be as complex as a modern cell or even a strand of DNA. Some self-replicating molecules are not really all that complex (as organic molecules go)."
See a pattern here? Evolutionists think they can bolster their argument by claiming that the incredibly complex things God created are actually quite "simple." Random collisions between molecules – given enough time – will certainly be able to create simple things. And those simple things, they continue to conjecture, will gradually become more and more complex things, given enough time (violating the scientifically proven law of increasing entropy, by the way). Case closed, say the evolutionists.
How different this is from the way creationists think! For us, an unfathomably complex God created an incredibly complex universe filled with amazingly complex creatures. Though we're charged with being simple-minded "flat-earthers," the creationist view avoids simplistic explanations that stray from the facts. What scientists once called the "simple cell" is now known to be a city in miniature, complete with manufacturing facilities, transportation systems, power plants and a library of code that enables the cell to be self-replicating. And it's all packed inside that tiny single cell!
Simply put, evolutionism is for the simple-minded.