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Today's Creation Moment

Apr
23
After Their Kinds
Genesis 1:12
“And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was...
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Yes, I have a comment. Macro is referring really to the Big Bang and everything that happens thereafter. It's a "Something from Nothing" (Without explaining where the Nothing was that Exploded outwardly.)

I tell this joke to the kids in my Sunday School Classes:

Picture this scene, it's a thousand years in the future and Man has achieved his dreams of eradicating disease and science has advanced the most marvelous new things. At a Huge Conference Table sits the world's leading scientists in front of a flood of cameras. "Science has the answers to every problem and we can do anything!" claims the lead scientist. Then, holding up a glass jar of dirt, he claims,"Why we can even create life from this, just like God!. In fact, we challenge God, look what we can do!"

Then a voice thunders from Heaven, "Oh really? Then get your own dirt!"

The problem with Something from Nothing is that, like my joke, at some original point, you still have God!

The Bible warns about a Something for Nothing attitude, which is why Christians avoid the Lottery and get rich schemes, if they are thinking Biblically and wisely. This kind of thinking, whether to avoid effort or work to have money or get rich, or to explain "Why there is air and things that breathe" it is self defeating. It's akin to believing that Superman is real, not a comic book fantasy.

Therefore I would call it Super-lution - not MacroEvolution.

Micro, of course is small, tiny. Clearly the name Pin Head -Volution comes to mind for the other.

Lou Sauer

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