Monday, March 19, 2007

Evolution vs Creation

I had a thought this week and want to share it with you. Tell me what you think by clickong the "comment" below.

Evolutionists say that matter is eternal, that it had no begining; yet they say that matter evolves. Now, doesn't evolution need time in order to operate? I think it does. Eternal things do not relate to time, otherwise they would not be eternal; they would be temporal. So, if matter is eternal, it cannot evolve; because there is no time associated with eternity. On the other hand, if matter evolves, then it is not eternal. Life forms do evolve into different-looking things, but they are all from the same kind, just as the Bible says they are.

Only God is eternal, and he stays the same all the time. He cannot evolve; he cannot become less than he is. He cannot change. Temporal things, however, such as matter, are the things that are seen, but the things that are not see are eternal. So says the Bible (2 Cor. 4:18).

So matter had to be created from One who is eternal. He is the authority for all creation, and in Him all things consist.

1 comment:

Bob & Sandra's Place said...

It is amazing that with an understanding of the Bible, one can easily refute the contridictions of evolution with Truth. The simple truth of the immutibility of God completely baffles the minds of those who seek to discredit the Lord. Yet we know that were it not for His grace, we would be in darkness too. Thank the Lord for the simplicity of the gospel and for shining His light upon His people.
"For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him:" Col 1:16

Good thoughts Bro. Wolfe.

Your fellow servant,
Bro. Bob Hugan