Weston Meehan

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In today’s society there is a war going on, a battle to control our minds, hearts, and souls with a simple idea. An idea so dangerous that it not only has it indoctrinated us as a generation, but indoctrinating future generations without so much has a scrap of scientific evidence. An idea that questions our livelihood, why we are here, why we do what we do, and where do we go when it is all said and done. This idea is known as the Evolutionary theory and its concepts derived nearly 200 years ago by Charles Darwin in his book the Origin of Species. Darwin states” I see no good reasons why the views given in this volume should shock the religious views of anyone.” (1859, pp. 520) Claiming Evolution does not exist would be as empirical as proving God does exist. In these arguments there is no middle ground, either God does exist or he does not, either evolution is real or it is not. There is only one way to prove the evidence and that is to seek it out with examination. Would such evidence exist? If so what could possibly the nature of this evidence? Before the Evolutionary theory’s inception the four burning questions of man has been who am I, where did I come from, why am I here, and where do I go when I die? The answer to these questions has always been some sort of religion, and that this world has a designer with an incredible plan. Now as time has progressed a very dangerous solution was introduced to the world and with its arrival it is changing the very fabric of humanity. The new religion of the day is science and this affects our legal system, school system, and thought process. These effects over time can be detrimental to the minds and morals of us as a society. One of the most basic and fundamental questions of the human mind is the question, “does God exist?” The one thing every human has in common is having a worldview. A worldview is how you view the world. There are two ways you can view this world. Some people look at this world and say, “it’s amazing this came from evolution” that is the Evolutionists’ worldview. Others say, “this world has incredible design there must be a designer” this is the Creationists’ worldview. These two views are polar- opposite from each other in a clash where one side has to be wrong.

When mentioning Evolution, keep in mind that there are six theories and basis to the word evolve. Cosmic Evolution: the origin of time, space, and matter i.e. the “Big Bang”. Chemical Evolution: the origin of higher elements from hydrogen. Stellar and Planetary Evolution: origin of stars and planets. Organic Evolution: the origin of life. Macroevolution: the changing from one kind in to another. Finally, Microevolution: variations within kinds. These theories are studied in every American education curriculum but only one has scientifically been proven. In a common Webster Dictionary from an online website the definition of the Big Bang Theory (Cosmic Evolution) is “a theory in astronomy: the universe originated billions of years ago in an explosion from a single point of nearly infinite energy density.” (Webster Dictionary Online) Another is Alan Guth’s theory stating, “… the entire observable universe could have evolved from an infinitesimal (Greek for dot) region. It’s then tempting to go one step further and speculate that the entire universe evolved from literally nothing.” (1984 p. 128). The two theories of the creation of the Earth are basically the same but the Evolutionists believe it happened for no reason. The Creationists believe that God was the creator. The first law of the Conservation of matter is that, “matter (and or energy) cannot be created or destroyed.” Thus, if the matter cannot be created nor destroyed then who created this world? The choices still remain, it created itself or someone created it. Scientifically how can something be created from nothing unless there was a creator? Instead of raising questions that are gaudy, scientific, and quite frankly a bit...
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