How do you do? Today’s post is entitled Monkey Tails, Part 1. There are two world-views in the world today: the first one is that God made everything, and since He made it, we ought to find out what He wants and do it. The other says that we arrived here by chance and that man is the highest being on earth. This issue has been hotly debated, but it won’t hurt to add my three cents to the debate.
The first world-view, better known as Creation, states that about 6,000 years ago, God made everything “by the breath of his mouth” (Psalm 33:6). About sixteen hundred years later, God sent a flood that destroyed everything, except Noah, his family, and everything on the ark (Genesis 6-9).
The other world-view, commonly known as evolution, says that about 18 to 20 billion years ago, NOTHING exploded and made everything. ALL the matter in the universe condensed into one, very small, very dense dot, smaller than a period on a page. THAT is a small dot—and a heavy one, too!
Now, let’s just stop for a moment and think: would an explosion in a print shop create the entire set of the Encyclopedia Britannica? Or would a tornado create a Boeing 747 jumbo-jet by sweeping through a junkyard? And how could nothing make everything? And yet that is the very thing that evolutionists believe!
Evolution also teaches that about 4.6 billion years ago, the surface of the earth cooled down from a bubbling mass of lava to a hard rock. It rained on the rock for millions of years, and turned them into soup. In other words, Great-great-great…Grandpa was soup. So the next time your mother serves you some soup, remember to tell yourself that you are eating Great…Grandpa!
Now, let’s just stop for a moment and think about this “age of the earth” deal. Scientists use to say the earth was 70,000 years old. Then they changed it to a few MILLION. Now it is 4.6 BILLION. Probably in the next couple of decades, it will be one or two trillion. Isn’t that just a little absurd?
I would like to take you through the Missing Link Hall of Shame, but I think that I will do that next time. In the meantime, let’s just say that the earth is only about 6,000 years old, and admit that God made it all.
And since God made it all, we’d better be sure we know what He wants, what He says, and do it. Do you know what He says? If you do not know what He says, you can easily find out what He says by reading a King James Bible. May God direct your steps to HIM.