Friday, August 20, 2010


It amazes me how readily folks accept what scientists tell us. It is as though they are infallible in the minds of man. When Darwin proposed his evolutionary theory, it was just that, a theory. But somehow his theory, which is unprovable because it can not be replicated, has been accepted as fact. It doesn't matter that the fossil record does not support it. It doesn't matter that men have continually falsified data to prove it. It doesn't matter that even when the claims have been proven to be false, that they are still used as evidence in science textbooks in public schools and universities. Man is so desperate to disprove the Bible record of creation that they are willing to use a pig's tooth to support their theory. Think about it; a single tooth was said to be enough evidence to question the Bible. It is ironic that it would be a pig's tooth since the Bible was written by Jews.

According to my information found on Google, the Hubble Telescope has made 110,000 orbits 353 miles above the Earth, and that is 2.800,000,000 miles, or the equivalent of traveling to Neptune. It was placed in orbit in 1990, which means that it has taken twenty years to accumulate the distance needed to reach our solar system's eighth planet, were it to leave orbit. Even if it were headed toward the nearest star, it would have barely "left the starting gate." If our solar system is on the outer "arm" of a spiral galaxy, and Hubble were heading out from the center, away from the Milky Way, how many centuries would it take for it to reach a point where it could view our solar system against the backdrop of the rest of the galaxy? In other words, our position in the Universe in general and in the Milky Way in particular, is theory. If the center of a spiral galaxy is a massive "ball" of stars, why can't we see it from Earth? A spiral galaxy is shaped like a disc with a huge concentration of stars massed in the center. We know this from observing spiral galaxies in the distant heavens. Can you honestly tell me that if we were on the outer arm of one, we could not see the it?

String Theory, The Big Bang, Black Holes, Black Energy, etc. are also constructs of the human mind. The problem with all of them is that they cannot explain the existence of life. In order to do so requires them to believe in the rejected theory of spontaneous generation (abiogenesis), or the coming to life of inanimate matter. Somewhere in time, the impossible had to occur for these theories to be credible. Someone needs to tell the scientists that only "with God, all things are possible" (Matt. 19:26). No matter how they explain the existence of matter, they still must come to grips with the need for a life-creator. Paul warned his readers, "...avoid profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called" (1 Tim. 6:20).

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