‘Evolution is dead’

I can remember the
poor chicken flopping around on the ground after having lost its head.
That gives us a vivid picture of how I see these latter days of
evolution dominance being played out.

Evolution
is dead. It just hasn’t come to realize it yet as it flops around like
that headless chicken. The head it has lost is science itself. It still
flops around with its just-so stories: microevolution being presented as
macroevolution, its pretended transitional forms, its unprovable faith
assumptions of radio metric dating, its absurd notion that time and
chance produced complexity of design, the huge leap of faith that
believes inanimate matter can produce intelligent information, and
nonliving objects can transform into living.

Evolution
will stop its flopping around and succumb to its inevitable death when
honest seekers of truth look at all the scientific data that continues
to grow in opposition to its crumbling foundation. Over time, the facts
will finally convince all nonreligious evolutionist zealots that
evolution is nothing more than a faith-based attempt to create the
illusion of the existence of something that was never there.

Oh,
there will be those who continue to hold tenaciously to their faith,
but most will finally realize evolution’s time in the sun has abruptly
ended.

Malcolm Muggeridge agrees:
“I myself am convinced that the theory of evolution, especially the
extent to which it’s been applied, will be one of the great jokes in the
history books of the future. Posterity will marvel that so very flimsy
and dubious an hypothesis could be accepted with the incredible
credulity that it has.”

The number of those who agree with Muggeridge is growing. That number includes me.

—Steve Kern
Oklahoma City

Kern, husband of state Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, is pastor of Olivet Baptist Church.

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