Many local papers carried an AP story decrying the fact that some charter schools would teach creationism and challenge evolution. God forbid! I mean Big Bang forbid!
The critics always point to evolution as a “scientific fact” and argue that creationism is a religious theory. I beg to differ.
You don’t have to be an MIT graduate to understand that the belief that nothing blew up and created a single-cell amoeba that over billions of years became a monkey then a man is not a scientific fact. It is not provable nor does it even follow the basic laws of science.
The laws of physics teach us that the Earth and every thing in it are in a state of entropy (decline), not evolving upward. Secondly, the fossil record which would have millions of transitional fossils (half bird, half fish) as Darwin purported is completely bankrupt of any, much less a “missing link.”
I often ask people to look at anything in a room (table, clock, TV, stove) and tell me if there is any chance that thing just “happened.” The answer is always, “No, somebody made that.” Yet the professors of wisdom want us to believe that a tree or a human body that is a trillion times more complex just happened! The Bible sums it up in the book of Romans, “Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools.”