Did you ever notice how the word ‘evolution’ is kind of like a combination of evil and solution?
Did you ever notice the difference in the way people act between those who have a mindset that accepts evolution, and those that have a mindset that reject evolution?
This is what I’ve noticed. Those who reject evolution are generally more compassionate towards the unborn, the aged, the handicapped, and the ill. They are more than likely to be generous givers, and compassionate at heart. They are more than likely to be humble and contrite. They are more than likely to stand up for things of value. They are more than likely to ask questions and be learners. They are more than likely to act with love.
On the other hand I’ve observed evolutionists as the exact opposite, and cutting to the chase, in the end they rather resemble wild apes.
(I can say that. I once was an evolutionist.)
Why do these two extreme polarities of thought exist?
The examination of this question leads to another question, “Do we resemble that which we believe we are made in the image of?
If you study the historical recorded words of Jesus, even a cursory glance will reveal that he was very concerned about what people believed in. Is it blatantly apparent that Jesus was wise enough to understand that a person’s belief system guided their entire life? It is blatantly apparent that Jesus did not believe in evolution.
So, what did Jesus believe in? Or is a better question, “Why do some people believe in Jesus?” Jesus lived 2,000 years ago, believed in creationism (well, actually there’s much more to just that simple statement), died, and rose again!!!
And why do some people persist in their belief in the theory of some man who died 200 years ago and and is still dead in his grave? (The teaching of
evil evolution has been around a lot longer than Charles Darwin, by the way.)
My theory is that every generation has its Charles Darwins who live and die, but every generation also has Jesus Christ who is the same yesterday, today, and forever. My theory is based on the solid foundation of God’s word and not on the shifting sand of man’s thoughts. Oh wait! That’s not a theory….that’s Truth!
A dead man’s theory or The Living Word which has endured for all generations?