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The Importance of Good Parents
Ephesians 6:1
"Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right."
Do good parents undo their best efforts when they place a child in day care? Who has more influence on a child's development when that child must be placed in day care? Recently we have heard about...

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Evolutionists also ignore polystrate fossils, or fossils, such as trees, buried in multiple geological layers. If those layers were indeed laid down over millions of years, how is it that the same tree cuts right through them all? The answer is, of course, that the layers were laid down rapidly, most likely during the same year.

By the way, the common response from evolutionists is that polystrate fossils are "not a problem" for their theory. Of course they aren't, because evolutionists don't base their theory on fact, such as physical evidence, but on a belief system. They hold beliefs, based on philosophies, not on fact, and therefore, nothing in the physical world will shake their beliefs, for they care nothing for science. They only care for something that can be called "science" and used to support their vain theories. Evolutionists are so predisposed to reject evidence of a higher authority than their own that they will categorically deny every fact in order to cling to their false belief.

Why is this belief popular? It isn't because of science. It's because of human arrogance. Find a way to convince people that they are higher than the Most High, help them deny Him, and you'll get plenty of people who happily enthrone themselves in God's seat.

Again, in case you missed it, the only thing that motivates an evolutionist is to put himself above God. It's no surprise that evolutionists lack even the basic humility to admit when they are wrong in the face of physical facts, because they refuse to humble themselves before God. Anyone who can do that lacks judgment. He cannot be trusted on any subject.


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