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Today's Creation Moment

Has Your Great Great-Grandfather Been Born Yet?
Genesis 5:2
"Male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created."
Has your great great-grandfather been born yet? If he hasn't, he's not your great great-grandfather! This might seem like a silly question. But when it comes to the claimed evolutionary fossil...

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If you take the Holy Bible as the inerrant and eternal word of God and read it literally (as it should be read) it is clear that the earth and all of creation is young -- 6000 to 7000 years old. This conclusion can be drawn by analysis of the genealogies as presented in the Holy Bible.

Since the Bible is inerrant it follows that Noah's Flood was an historical event and global in nature. "Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished." (2 Pet 3:6) All sedimentary layers and all fossils (with very few possible exceptions from more recent, extremely localized catastrophic sudden burials) are a result of the great Flood. So the fossil record is an incomplete snapshot of life that existed at the time of the flood (incomplete in that not all life forms were fossilized, though representatives of all "kinds" probably were).

Since the fossil record is actually a snapshot it is not surprising that transitional species are not present. Obviously, transitional species would be fewer in number and less likely to be fossilized and subsequently discovered. This would be a great explanation that evolutionists could use in explaining why there are no transitional forms in the fossil record except that they would have to concede that the fossil record was the result of a global catyclysm like the Flood. And of course, admitting that would undermine their belief in uniformitarianism and millions of years. It is a strong argument in favor of special creation by an omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent personal God. Thank you, Jesus, for your eternal Word!


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