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Today's Creation Moment

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.”
Silently, a huge, powerful form slides through the deep, cold, dark depths of the sea. The men aboard the nuclear submarine have seen neither sun nor daylight for months, yet each one knows what day...

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Evolutionary "scientists" have several problems.

The First is the very concept of Materialism that they embrace. Everything that is has always been, without purpose!! But they will tell you that nothing happens without a "First Cause"!! Nothing. So there has to be a "First Cause", and therefore, purpose. But Materialism denies purpose.

Second: Order out of Chaos. An absolute impossibility. Statistics prove this cannot happen.

Third: The underlying problem with the Big Bang Theory and Materialism is the concept that randomly everything was created from Nothing. With No Purpose. And then eventually developed into something that appears to have Purpose, and Balance., i.e., Nature. This implies that matter has a conscience and that inanimate material can direct its own development.

One of my college Professors was honest enough to say that, regarding Evolution, "We have no proof! None, No proof whatsoever! BUT WE'RE CERTAIN THAT IT HAPPENED!" That's only because they absolutely deny any other possibility, which, of course, would be Creation by a Creator God, with Purpose and Love!

Or is it really easier, and more rational, to believe that Matter created itself and directed its own advancement?? All in the face of a decaying Universe?? Can't explain Matter, can't explain Gravity, can't explain Atomic Theory (other than by conjecture, just like Evolution), can't explain Entropy of the declining rate of Entropy, can't explain Light or the declining rate of Light . Can't explain the origins of Life.
"Science" is in a very poor position to judge whether or not God exists.


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