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Today's Creation Moment

Apr
19
The Days in Genesis
Genesis 1:5
“And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.”
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Indeed. One of the ways evolutionists do this can be summarized in the following illustration. A man is walking down a street and looks at his watch, and notices that there is a 10 minute discrepancy between his wristwatch and the clock on the tower of the Cathedral in the square. He walks into the Cathedral and asks the priest who sets the clock and who determines its accuracy. "Well," the priest replies, "I set the clock by the clock on the outer facade of City Hall. I am sure that the municipal employees know what the correct time is." The man then walks into City Hall and asks the receptionist how the city workers set their clock. The receptionist verified that their clock matches the time on the Cathedral but that city employees base their time-setting on a clock makers timepiece outside a small business downhill from City Hall. "After all," she explained, "the owner is a master craftsman and knows how to repair timepieces of any kind." So the man makes his way to the watchmakers store. Inside, he finds the master craftsman who indeed has the gift of piecing together and repairing the disjointed parts of many timepieces into functional machinery. The man asks the master craftsman how he sets his timepieces. "All my timepieces work together in perfect harmony and synchronization," the craftsman explained with a smile, "and if I am in any doubt, I look at the clocks on City Hall and the Cathedral tower."

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