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Today's Creation Moment

Sep
27
Birds With a Memory to Envy
Job 38:41
"Who provideth for the raven his food? when his young ones cry unto God, they wander for lack of meat."
The shy bird called Clark's nutcracker collects food during the growing season and stores it for the cold winter months. In one year, a bird will store between 22,000 and 33,000 seeds in as many as 2...

Oh, What Tangled Webs They Weave

The Associated Press reported today the discovery of the world's oldest spider web. The web was found encased in a prehistoric piece of amber considered to be 140 million years old.

Now if you're a card-carrying evolutionist - like any scientist funded by the National Science Foundation - you'd expect the web to be considerably different than the spider webs produced by modern spiders. After all, spiders have had 140 million years to evolve, right? Surely after all that time they would now be producing better spider webs than they did in the ancient past.

Oxford University paleobiologist Martin Brasier said, however, that the strands were linked to each other in the roughly circular pattern familiar to gardeners the world over. "You can match the details of the spider's web with the spider's web in my garden," Brasier said.

In other words, this latest bit of scientific evidence does not point to evolution. Rather, it points to an all-wise Creator. But will evolutionists shrug their shoulders and give up? Don't bet on it! They'll keep on using your tax dollars to keep on spinning their webs of mass deception.

Those are our views. What are yours?

Comments

This is not at all unexpected. Spiders today are just like spiders of yesterday. That's real observational science at work for you.

The Bible states that all things reproduce after their own kind. That agrees with observable, testable fact.

JOKE: When does a fly turn into a spider? After a few random mutations in the genome spin their magic web.