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" In the beginning.... Evolution vs. Creationism, once again in debate."

Adolph Hitler once said, "If you tell a lie loud enough and long enough the people will believe it! There are most likely to believe a big lie than a little one." This is exactly what is happening in today's science text books. There are lies that are mixed in with scientific facts, and authors are clearly and deliberately lying to children. One of these lies is theory on how scientists think we got here and what is the origin of everything around us. This is the theory of evolution which I consider to be a religion too.

Why do I say it is a religion? It is a religion because first of all, evolution claims that dinosaurs lived long time ago and stated that human beings came from a Big Bang (which is a big dud, cause it did not happen). This theory can't be proven. Why? Because no one was there to see it! Having to believe that something like that happened long ago requires faith. On the other hand we have Creationism which is also a religion; although it is much more logical and it also has to be believed by faith. Scientist from both sides of the subject are trying to find evidence to support their theory, unfortunately the evolutionist have twisted scientific facts to make their theory believable. Let me say that I am not against science, teachers, or the public schools, I am against the lies. And yes folks, there are lies in the science textbooks, I'm talking about textbooks from the 1st Grade to college level books. In this essay I will like to show some of the flaws that have crippled the evolutionist thinking and show how education today cares more about their own agenda rather than giving children a true science education.

There are four questions that every man tries to answer; they are called the philosophical world view questions. There are two ways to answer these questions, but it depends how you view the world. Some people view the world (earth) and say, "Man this is amazing, a BIG BANG made this from nothing." This is called the Humanist world view, which says that "Man is god and answer to no one." While others view this planet and say "Man, this is and incredible design! There must be a smart designer." This point of view is called the Creationist world view, which states that God created everything and judges all men. These two world views are at war with each other.

If evolution is true, how will you answer the four philosophical questions?

Who am I (and what am I worth?) If evolution is true, than you are not important. In fact you are not worth anything. You are just a bunch of chemicals that got together by chance.

Where Did I come from? If evolution is true, we came from a cosmic burp about 20 billion years ago.

Why am I here (what is the purpose for life?) If evolution is true, there is no purpose for life. "If it feels good do it!"

Where am I going when I die? If evolution is true, then you're going to the grave and your life stops there!

Now if Creationism is true, then how will you answer these four questions? We will see that there is a totally different answer to them.

Who Am I (what am I worth?) If creationism is true, then you are a special creation of God, made in his image.

Where did I come from? If creationism is true, then God created the world in six days as the Bible says, about six thousand years ago. We are descendant from Adam and Eve the first humans on the earth.

Why am I here? If evolution is true, then you are here to be a good steward of God's creation.

Where am I going when I die? If creationism is true, then we will be with Him when we die, and we have a hope that we will live forever with Him in heaven.

This is clearly a whole new way to think!

Evolution is not a religion, not a science. Evolutionists have mixed their superstitions with real facts. For example: "Earth has changed much since its formation 4.5 billion years ago. Some life on earth has adapted to these changes..." (1st Grade, Merrill Science Textbook. Pg 46, 1989 Edition.) Hold on just a second... is the earth 4.5 billion years old? No! Why? First, nobody was there to prove it. But if you tell a first grader that the earth is 4.5 billion years old, they will believe it!

The evolutionists do this over and over again. Author Paulo Freire in "The Banking of Education" is concerned with the method of teaching, which makes " act of depositing...students extends only as far as receiving, filing, and storing..." Evolutionists think that since they are the "experts" and the majority believes evolution than the kids have to believe it too. They want the kids to believe that the earth evolved slowly through time. But what the kids don't know is that Evolution has many meanings, only one of which is scientific. None of the meanings have anything to do with each other.

Cosmic evolution - The origin of time space and matter. To the evolutionist is the Big Bang. There is no proof that this ever existed.

Chemical Evolution- the origin of higher elements from hydrogen. They say that all chemicals came from hydrogen and helium.

Stellar and Planetary evolution- Origin of stars and planets. Nobody has seen a star form, we can only see stars dieing.( Novas and Super novas)

Organic evolution- origin of life. How can life come from nonliving organisms? Evolutionist has to believe in spontaneous generation, which has been proven wrong 150 years ago.

Macro-evolution-origin of major kinds. The change between kinds of animals. Nobody has ever seen a dog produce a non-dog! Or that a dog comes from a non-dog.

Micro-evolution- variation within kinds. This is the only one that is true! There are changes between species like adaptations



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