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Today's Creation Moment

Bacteria the Size of a Whale?
Genesis 1:20
"And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven."
The abundance and variety of living things that God made continues to amaze scientists. All of us learned in school that bacteria are too small to see without a microscope. That's why, when...

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Theistic evolutionists say a lot of things about what COULD have happened, but the Bible describes what DID happen. I've talked with dozens of theistic evolutionists and not one of them believes that the historical narrative chapters in the book of Genesis tell a true history. All of them interpret Genesis in light of what they've been taught by atheistic (for the most part) scientists. In short, theistic evolutionists hold science in higher regard than the Bible. Theistic evolutionists pick and choose what seems reasonable to them as being true and discard the rest.

Let me give you one example. They believe that the miracles recorded in the Old Testament are to be interpreted as allegorical and yet agree that the virgin birth of Jesus and His resurrection are literally true. Christians need to accept the WHOLE Bible as true, interpreting the historical narrative passages as true history regardless of the current teachings of science. The Bible doesn't change and doesn't need to. Science textbooks, on the other hand, need to be revised every few years, showing that last year's textbooks were not reliable.

I hope you will be the rare exception and believe what the Bible says rather than what you've been taught by evolutionary scientists. Yes, it's an "either-or" decision and most definitely not a "both-and" decision because the Bible and evolutionary science are frequently at odds with one another.


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