Creation science is the Seattle Seahawks. The philosophy of evolutionism is the Denver Broncos. Let them compete on a level playing field and it is almost embarrassing to watch. There is a reason why evolution is normally only taught in forums and classrooms where critical thinking and challenging questions aren’t permitted. It’s because evolution is impossible, disproved, ridiculous. The evolutionist, like the creation scientist, believes in miracles, but believes in causeless miracles without God. This is irrational. But it is what you must believe to accept evolution. There is no natural mechanism by which any living creature can have offspring of another kind, no natural force that can cause the creation of and addition of new genetic material into an offspring that didn’t come from its parent. And the fact that life cannot be spontaneously brought into existence from non-life, no matter how much energy is exerted in the effort, is patently obvious if you limit yourself to the natural laws of the universe. The only way these things could have come about is for billions and billions of miracles (super-natural occurrences) to have happened without God even being there to make it so. What a joke. Yes, evolutionist, I believe in miracles just like you; I just understand there has to be a transcendent being who is above and beyond matter, space, time, and energy to cause it, while you vainly imagine the laws of nature constantly contradicted themselves until slime on a rock evolved into you and me. If your mind is able to believe that this could happen if “mother nature” were just granted billions of years of trying, then you have more blind faith than I could ever be persuaded to exercise. God is real. A scientist who looks at the evidence and doesn’t think so isn’t thinking clearly on the subject. It is foolish and irrational to be atheist. It is logical and intelligent to examine the Bible’s every claim and let it prove itself true.
++Bill Nye believes in the causless miracles of matter and consciousness coming from nowhere, and yet scoffs at the idea Noah and his three adult sons could have built a boat that would float.