“A Reasonable Man…”

But God has chosen the foolish things of the world to put to shame the wise, and God has chosen the weak things of the world to put to shame the things which are mighty;   ~ 1 Corinthians 1:27

Okay, I just had to pipe in with some responses to the debate between Creationist Ken Hamm, and Evolutionist Bill Nye.

First, the one thing that kept coming to mind every time that Bill Nye asked, “Can your “science” make a prediction?”  was, “YES!!!  “that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of those in heaven, and of those on earth, and of those under the earth, and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.”(Philippians 2:10-11)  I don’t think that is the prediction that he was looking for, but it is one that he will see come to pass.

I don’t know where he did his research, but, looking back over recent years, the more that Bill Nye’s “science” (evolutionism, humanism, and secularism) is taught, the lower our standings as a nation become.  America rose to academic, financial, and moral excellence based on Christian principles.  When these principles were replaced with humanistic “greatness”, our numbers started slipping globally.  So, how’s that working for you?  

I found it interesting that Bill Nye quoted the Constitution, regarding “the pursuit of science”, but not that we are all endowed these rights “by our Creator”.  How convenient……..

Basically, my overall view of Bill Nye is this:  How sad to have so much enthusiasm for such a fleeting moment.  If there is nothing beyond this life – what a waste.  

The reason that people do not want to accept the concept of having a Creator, is that they don’t want to be accountable to anyone.  They want to be self-centered, self-seeking, and self-ish, and able to do whatever we want without eternal consequences.

In response to the “ever-expanding universe”, my God is big enough to have created them completely matured – and ever expanding.  My God is big enough to keep the “unskilled boat-maker’s” boat afloat – not only safe, but completely dry.  My God is big enough to speak the world into being in 6 days.  My God is compassionate enough to want to cover our sins.  My God is loving enough to want to have a personal relationship with His creation.  

I’m just a blonde (with some gray mixed in, now), but I can see a drastic decline in the value of life (thus resulting in school shootings, higher abortion rates, genocide, and other brutal, senseless deaths) since the humanistic, secularist-ic religion of evolution has been taught in our public schools.

There is, also, a very clear difference, as Ken Hamm expressed, a clear difference between observational science and historical science.  Anyone can see this.  I also find it interesting that evolutionary scientists are warned to not debate creation scientists.  Hmmm…………Also, that evolutionary scientist that set out to disprove Creation more than likely end up being the most vocal supporters of Creation.

Again, I’m pretty simple, but can someone please explain to me, if we “evolved” from other species – why are those species still here?

Bottom line, my prayer for Bill Nye, and the others that believe his baloney will have their eyes open to the Truth, and will accept God’s grace before it’s too late.

I’m not a scientist, but to be, if the Big Boom happened, it would have been the first explosion, right?  Wouldn’t the first explosion have set a precedence for following explosions?  If the “Big Boom” created order, wouldn’t other explosions do the same thing?  When was the last time that you saw order come from an explosion?

I also don’t see how life can “just happen”.  If you put all of the parts of a vehicle in a garage – dismembered – at what point in time would you be able to go back and find a completely assembled vehicle?  You would never find it, UNLESS there was a mechanic who assembled it.  How much more complex is the human body?  How can it just “happen” with all of the minute detail that is absolutely necessary for life to be present?

To me, it takes more faith (and less intelligence) to believe that the universe and life in it “just happened” than to believe that there is a Creator.

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