Think about that for a moment. Say it aloud. Don’t think about it too hard, you’ll hurt yourself.
I thought I’d heard it all. Evolutionist are always using faith words and phrases:
– “We believe”
– “We think”
– “It’s possible that”
– “The consensus is”
– “Most scientists think”
Then they have the audacity to turn around and tell anyone who raises questions about the theory that it’s a settled matter. That evolution is a fact and not a belief.
Gravity is a fact. The laws of thermodynamics are fact. They can be observed and subject to experimentation which can be measured and repeated. Evolution lays outside the scientific method. It is not falsifiable.
No matter what objections are brought up they are either dismissed out of hand or judged religious because of the person raising the problem. Under no circumstances are they given serious consideration. This is faith not science.
But when I saw the statement, “evolutionary creativity,” I almost laughed out loud. It’s like saying, “accidental intention,” “aimless purpose,” black and white colour.”
What’s funny is that I understand how impossible it is to describe the incredible beauty, variety and complexity without using terms that are reserved for things created by intelligence. So we hear terms like “magnificently engineered,” to describe an accidental process.
It’s like going to a car dealership and being told that the red Ferrari on the lot was put together by blind monkeys.
You have to feel sorry for them. They are boxed in a corner. Everything they see screams intelligent design but they can’t say that. So they come up with the most ridiculous, silly arguments to hold on to their beliefs. Like the Wizard of Oz, they keep yelling into the microphone, “Don’t pay any attention to what those people are saying. We are the great and powerful scientists. They are nobody. They are religious.”
In reality, with all the discoveries in biochemistry, astronomy, geology and paleontology since the time of Darwin, the only thing evolutionists have left is labeling their detractors as “religious.” It’s not only irrational but childish, and shows the poverty of their position.
The theory hangs on like a man on life support. If they didn’t have control of the curriculum in public education and the levers of power in institutions of higher learning it would have died a long time ago.
The patient is brain dead and needs to be put out of its misery. It’s time to pull the plug if science is to have any chance of regaining its integrity and stop the slide into irrationality and intellectual suicide.
“They are religious,” just doesn’t cut it anymore.
The heavens declare the glory of God, and anyone with eyes can see that.