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That which is believable is true (06/03/2012)
From: David Foss

Galesville, Wis.

Can we remember exactly what happened one year ago? Of course not. However, evolutionists seem to recall exactly how life began. It began 5.273 billion years ago on a Tuesday morning at 9:29 a.m. A “kaboom” sounded out of nowhere and thus began the evolution of mankind and all of creation.

It was a dark and stormy day. It rained 1.65 inches. Lightening killed 18 anthropoids, our fuzzy, vastly distant relatives. Nine were trampled to death by antropolotrontasauruses and seven more were killed by lightening. Two survived and here we are today. Sound believable? Never! Not in a quadrillion year.

The probability that all the cells of one’s body came together by mere chance (after billions of years) would be one times the amount of zeros it would take to reach Pluto and back to earth. In other words, evolution is an absolute impossibility.

Doesn’t evolution sound as though it is a wholly preposterous falsity, a figment of the evolutionist’s imagination? The words they speak about evolution are spoken as though they had witnessed evolution while their cameras were rolling. Evolutionists could easily make an award-winning comedy using the made up whoppers from their imaginative minds.

Where will our belief in evolution lead us for eternity? Will God overlook our acceptance of such obvious fallacy?

If we need factual, believable, non-theoretical, non-imaginative proof of creation versus evolution, all we need to do is read the first verse in the Bible: Genesis 1:1. After all, whom should we believe - God or man?

God does not lie. May we all believe in the God of all creation, believe that which is believable and true.

Ponder Genesis 1:1 

 

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