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Discussion in 'Free-For-All Archives' started by jcrawford, Mar 5, 2004.
If Cain was the first man born on earth where did his mother come from?
His mother came from Adam's rib when God created her.
So the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man, and he slept; then He took one of his ribs and closed up the flesh at that place.
The LORD God fashioned into a woman the rib which He had taken from the man, and brought her to the man.
That seems to cogently refute Charles Darwin's presumption that the first man born on earth had a non-human mother.
Darwin was all wet.
Does that mean Darwinists and other human evolutionaries are all washed up?
You could say that. They lack evidence to show that mankind evolved from a genepool of mating apes, which they would need. There is no missing link. It's still missing because it doesn't exist. There was one first man, Adam and one first woman, Eve, and the two lived together with each other and committed the first sin, etc.
There are many respected scientists who reject evolution and Darwin's claims. While microevolution, change within a species, has been proven to occur; macroevolution, change to a different species has never been proven to occur.
It is true that it is mostly non-science (or is that nonsense) that supports the mythologies of evolutionism -- but there is a much bigger problem than having adults believe in fairytales.
When a Christian does it - they are contradicting the Gospel itself.
Don't you find it repugnant and offensive that the politicians use our tax-dollars to teach monkey-man myths and other fish stories and tall tales instead of educating our children in state schools?
I have to admit - I find that irritating.
Ken Ham will be in Wilmington NC next weekend. (Friday - Saturday - Sunday)
College Acres Baptist Church -
I think I will go to the Baptist church next Sunday...
Wait a minute - I think I will go to the Baptist church next Sabbath "too".
Hope Ham gets you get all fired up for God's Creation.
We had Ham in our college and he has a great multi-media presentation. Trust it will shake up some kids/teens that just soak in the evolutionary crappola shoveled into their brains in school.
My daughters are in their early 20's in the engineering compsci program at NC state. They are the ones and that first brought this event to my attention and have insisted that we attend.
I am really looking forward to it.
Too bad we can't teach Judeo-Christian parents, teachers and students to practice a little civil disobedience in the public schools and give the homosexists and evolutionists a little run for the money.
If you read Lev 18 - God tells us that the sins that you mention above - are the ones that he will wipe out a pagan nation for doing.
That is pretty sobering. IT is in all of our best interest to be vocal in letting the country know the danger of going down that path.
And of course when God creates life - and creates our species and then tells us all about it in Gen 1-2 - how much "consequence" is there to "ignoring" that and going the way of darkness in the areas you mentioned above?
What better way to do this than Creation Evangelism and pointing out the sub-human racial theories being taught by evolutionists in our public schools?
Winning over evolutionary hearts and minds for Christ.
It looks like the most recent battle between Creation vs. Evolution was won by the latter.
The reason this is a tough fight is probably that any state that pulls this sort of thing drastically reduces the odds of students from that state getting into any out of state medical school (at least in the beginning). Parents who are trying to get their children into one of those schools out vote, out contribute and all around out influence state policy compared to the creationists. The educators, the biotech firms, everyone else is pure gravy. Those parents ALONE are enough to beat such movements to death with a heavy stick."
Well, looks like we'll have to beat those evolutionists with a heavier schtick.
- Like pointing out that Darwin's own writings in 'Descent of Man' about the evolution of "apes to Negroes" is racist and highly offensive.
Darwinism is racism. Pure and simple.
If some black or brown African apes or chimpanzees could possibly have mutated into some black or brown African humans then it stands to reason that some Darwinian evolutionists could still possibly mutate into modern Christians. Anything's possible in science and to the truly scientific mind.