Job 38:4, 5 “Where were you when I laid the foundation of the earth? Tell Me, if you have understanding, Who set its measurements, since you know?”
Evolutionists love to play games with us. They play them all the time. They play a bunch of them. One of their favorite games is one I call “Quantum Leap Frog”.
It is played in two steps.
One step is to start by pointing out minor changes or adaptations within a given species. Incidentally, no one disputes these minor changes. They are sometimes called “microevolution” and include things like:
Darwin’s famous finches and their beaks. Finches have beaks of varying sizes. Darwin observed finches on the Galapagos Islands and noticed that under certain conditions finches with bigger, stronger beaks prevailed in number.
They remained finches
Evolutionists point out the number of dog breeds that can be produced.
They remain dogs
A strain of bacteria may become penicillin resistant.
It remains the same strain and incidentally will quickly revert back to its former state once the penicillin is removed.
Once again, this is called adaptation and no one disputes it.
But evolutionists like to help you along. They will show you this type of evolution and say, “See, evolution exists.”
Then later on they will pull a bait and switch. They will “show” you how a thing crawled out of the slime and a few billion years later did an appendectomy on you. Hey, it’s all just evolution after all.
That’s called “macroevolution”…….. and there is absolutely NO evidence for it.
The other way the game is played is to start with a “given”. Those of you who took geometry know how that works. A geometry theorem starts with a “given”. You are allowed to start from that point and proceed with your proof.
Evolutionists like to start with a “given” as well. It makes “life” a lot easier for them when they do. They frequently tell you how every organism on earth evolved from a “simple” single celled organism.
SIMPLE! – REALLY!
The following video talks about the cell membrane. I hope you watch the whole thing. The point is not to try to understand it all. Who possibly could! What I am expecting is that half way through the presentation you will be laughing as hard as I was at the thought of a cell being “simple”.
Remember – this is just the cell membrane. This doesn’t even begin to address the things inside the cell, like the nucleus, DNA, RNA, ribosomes, mitochondria, messenger RNA, etc, etc, etc…..
Anyone for a game of leapfrog?