posted on Aug, 30 2013 @ 10:46 PM
While I would not argue with your last point, that many communities of animals share distinct similarities with humanity. I would say that all species
are going to have many things in common, but also many glaring differences. To say the "theory" of evolution can be considered a fact is getting a
bit a head of yourself. The truth is the theory of evolution has failed on multiple levels to explain many things, the same way creation has big
question marks. The truth is we can never dis prove, nor prove how the universe and life came into being. Nobody has even ever gotten close. I'm
sorry if that sounds cynical, but it's a fact. Darwin himself, even regretted ever advocating the theory of evolution. He actually began to believe
in God before he died! Now you may think that, this is human nature in war times, during near death experiences we see many turn to God, as the old
saying goes, "there are no atheists on the battlefield". But What if it's more than just a fear of the unknown? What If it takes life to break us
down, to see through the lies and realize man cannot live without God. It is actually a yearning deep inside our souls. It's the very reason atheism
has even exploded into intense debate with creationists, and man is desperately seeking to disprove God's existence, why? Because you only show that
kind of emotional resistance to something you know is true! it's the only way it's easier to not wrestle with your thoughts at night, the only way
to give yourself an EXCUSE to dismiss a sense of right and wrong, and to look in the mirror. ( please note- when I say "you" Im saying this within
the context of humanity, meaning me as well.
God Himself has created this life to be a mystery that requires faith, self denial and a true seeking of the heart to find the
truth. And even than we will still never fully know 100% that God exists. but as our faith grows, our soul begins to grow stronger and realize there
is so much authenticity and truth in the bible, everything is written there! I kid you not. This is not me trying to evangelize you, it's me
encouraging you to not waste your time searching for answers where there is none to be found. The wisdom of man is misguided horribly. We're actually
DE EVOLVING because we've told God to get out of our schools, our laws, our countries, our lives- and he respects free will so he's allowing it, but
in return we have allowed human pride , and zealousness to create nuclear weapons to wipe eachother out, yep we're so brilliant we've done that!
Science itself when truly investigated with an open heart always leads back to the realization that nothing alive can come from something dead. Things
do not just appear by random chance out of oblivion. We are not just recycled accidents of the universe that took form and began even having
consciousness to explore our origins. Everything is cause and effect, evolution conveniently doesn't even address these issues.
Here was a journalized event during Darwin's final months on his death bed. Please note the end quote where he says "People made a religion
of them" he never even realized how his theory would be taken so seriously, because even at the end he realized it was simply that, a flesh and blood
man with a "theory"
Then, placing his finger on certain passages, he commented on them.
I made some allusions to the strong opinions expressed by many persons on the history of the Creation, its grandeur, and then their treatment of the
earlier chapters of the Book of Genesis.
He seemed greatly distressed, his fingers twitched nervously, and a look of agony came over his face as he said: "I was a young man with unformed
ideas. I threw out queries, suggestions, wondering all the time over everything, and to my astonishment, the ideas took like wildfire. People made a
religion of them."
This is the account that appeared on the 19th August 1915 in the Baptist "Watchman-Examiner" in Washington D.C. (Q29/2:70). In 1922, friends in Los
Angeles who knew her wrote an affidavit (L.A. affidavit) (MooreJ:79). In 1940, Prof. Bole released a letter he had received from her in the early
1920's (Bole letter) (MooreJ:86). These repeated most of the above account with some minor variations and additions, and we will refer to these later