Evolution Vs. Creation by niusheng11



 Is there any evidence for the existence
  of God? What kind?
 Do the heavens speak of a Creator.
 What about the human body?
 Jesus Christ was a figment of the NT
  writers’ imagination. Answer?
 The Bible is myth, fairy tales, and the
  creation of men to fool the world.
Evolution Vs. Creation
            Evolution Defined!
    1 In the beginning God created the heavens
                   and the earth.
   Literally,                    ―The theory of evolution
    ―unfolding,‖                   may be defined as the
                                   hypothesis that millions
    unrolling.‖                    of years ago lifeless
   This is accepted by            matter, acted upon by
    all.                           natural forces, gave
                                   origin to one or more
   Mark 4:28 For the              minute living organism
    earth yields crops by          which have since evolved
    itself: first the blade,       into all living and extinct
    then the head, after           plants and animals
                                   including, man.‖
    that the full grain in
                                   Belief in change with
    the head.                  
                                   descent from a common
2 The earth was without form, and void; and darkness was on the
face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face
                          of the waters.
   Special Theory                    General Theory
   ―There is a theory which          ―..on the other hand
    states that many living
                                       there is a theory
    animals can be
    observed over the                  that all living forms
    course of time to                  in the world have
    undergo changes so                 arisen from a single
    that new species are               source which itself
    formed. This can be                came from an
    demonstrated in certain
                                       inorganic form.‖
    cases by experiments.‖
     3 Then God said, ―Let there be light‖; and there
                       was light.
     Micro-Evolution               Macro-Evolution
1.    Small changes like in     1.   Large changes.
      the improvement of             Darwin and other
      animal stock, change           modern evolutionary
      within bounds.                 theories demand
      differentiation,               these large changes..
      variation, fluctuation.   2.   Water animal
      There is no                    becoming a creeping
      disagreement over              thing, which becomes
      this.                          a beast, which
                                     becomes a man.
           How and Why?
4 And God saw the light, that it was good; and
   God divided the light from the darkness.

 At the time of Michelangelo and DaVinci
  a philosophic movement arose called
 Humanism came in the late 1500’s as a
  reaction against medieval theology and
                    How and Why?
5 God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. So
       the evening and the morning were the first day.

    Humanism had several significant features. First, it took human nature
     in all of its various manifestations and achievements as its subject.
     Second, it stressed the unity and compatibility of the truth found in all
     philosophical and theological schools and systems, a doctrine known as
     syncretism. Third, it emphasized the dignity of man. In place of the
     medieval ideal of a life of penance as the highest and noblest form of
     human activity, the Humanists looked to the struggle of creation and the
     attempt to exert mastery over nature. Finally, Humanism looked
     forward to a rebirth of a lost human spirit and wisdom. In the course of
     striving to recover it, however, the Humanists assisted in the
     consolidation of a new spiritual and intellectual outlook and in the
     development of a new body of knowledge. The effect of Humanism was
     to help men break free from the mental strictures imposed by religious
     orthodoxy, to inspire free inquiry and criticism, and to inspire a new
     confidence in the possibilities of human thought and creations.
                 How and Why?
6 Then God said, ―Let there be a firmament in the midst of
the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.‖

   Rationalism followed humanism and added a
    disbelief in God and the miraculous.
   ―I won’t believe it if I can’t see it! attitude,
    applied especially to God and the supernatural.
   Rationalists (17 century) maintained that we
    could deduce truths with absolute certainty
    from our innate ideas, much the way theorems
    in geometry are deduced from axioms.
    Mathematical demonstration was seen as the
    perfect type of demonstrating truth and,
    accordingly, mathematical proof became the
    model for all other kinds of demonstration.
                     How and Why?
 7 Thus God made the firmament, and divided the waters which
were under the firmament from the waters which were above the
                   firmament; and it was so.

    Laid the foundation for Darwin to explain the non-
     miraculous development of man.
    1809–82, English naturalist, b. Shrewsbury;
     grandson of Erasmus Darwin. He firmly established
     the theory of organic evolution known as
    or·gan·ic
     1. of living things: relating to, derived from, or characteristic of
     living things
     2. developing naturally: occurring or developing gradually and
     naturally, without being forced or contrived.
    The idea was accepted because enough people
     were ready to accept his explanation.
          Evolution & Creation
    8 And God called the firmament Heaven. So the
    evening and the morning were the second day.

   It’s a matter of viewpoint!
   Both evolutionist and creationist use the same
   Some evidence when examined with the
    presupposition that God does not exist or that
    he does not have effective contact with His
    creation, could logically support evolution!
   However, the same evidence viewed from the
    perspective that God does exist and that he
    sustains the universe, often yields an entirely
    different conclusion!
                Evolution & Creation
9 Then God said, ―Let the waters under the heavens be gathered
together into one place, and let the dry land appear‖; and it was

    Evolution is an attempt to explain from an
     atheistic viewpoint the existence of living
    Creationism is an attempt to explain from a
     theistic point of view the existence of living
    Theistic evolution is the viewpoint that since
     we can’t explain all the problems with
     evolution, let’s add God to the equation.
        A look at the evidence. Natural Selection
     10 And God called the dry land Earth, and the gathering
    together of the waters He called Seas. And God saw that it
                            was good.

     The idea of evolution is that all of the plants and animals
      which we have today have gradually developed from a
      single cell billions of years ago.
     Evolutionists believe this came about by natural selection
      working on chance variations.
     Natural selection is the survival of the fittest.
     Moths are a striking example, the modern moth is black in
      color, which hides it much better in developed areas and
      on trees that survive in more acidic atmospheres -
      whereas moths at the beginning of this century were
      almost all white. What’s more, white moths select against
      black moths in breeding - for theory is that they simply do
      not occupy the same areas any more.
       A look at the evidence. Natural Selection
    11 Then God said, ―Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb that
     yields seed, and the fruit tree that yields fruit according to its
       kind, whose seed is in itself, on the earth‖; and it was so.

      But this does not mean that all the plants and animals which
       exist today have come into existence by this means.
      That would be like saying ―Mud is brown.Therefore
       everything is brown.‖
      God’s explanation found in the bible would make a better fit.
      God created various types of plants and animals and that
       these reproduce according to their general type. Natural
       selection working on these basic types could much more
       explain the variations which are found today.
      For instance, the moth is still a moth! Black or white!
         Evolution & Creation

   Define evolution.
   Explain macro-evolution – another name?
   Explain mirco-evolution – another name ?
   When and why did this theory arise?
   Why is this debate about viewpoint?
   Define theistic evolution.
   Name a proof used by evolutionists and a flaw
    in the thinking.
      Several lines of proof to
    sustain evolutionary theory.
                                  Similarities can certainly
                                   indicate relationship, but not
                                   necessarily this relationship.
                                  Two books on the shelf with the
                                   exact cover but one is thicker
                                   than the other.
                                  I could conclude that the
   Comparative Anatomy            thicker one evolved from the
   You look like a monkey!        thinner or I could conclude that
   Must have either evolved       the books came from the same
    from monkey or we have         publisher.
    common ancestry.              Maybe monkey and humans had
                                   the same designer.
           Atavism- Reversion
   There are some rare cases in medical literature
    which could be interpreted as ATAVISMS, that is,
    the reappearance of our ancestors' organs, in
    which morphological traits, already lost by
    human beings throughout evolution, are
    expressed again.
           Atavism- Reversion
   However, genetic atavism is not accept by many
    scientists, who agree only to the extent that the
    theme is a controversial one. What has been
    interpreted as atavism, they argue, sometimes is
    just a particular example of abnormal embryonic
    development or a rare disease. The fact that a
    phenotypic trait resembles morphological
    characteristics of primates or other mammals in the
    evolutionary development does not necessarily
    mean that a "hidden" gene in our genome has been
    de-repressed. This is yet to be to be proven at
    molecular level.
           Atavism- Reversion
             New Research
   In one experiment, scientists used embryo tissue
    from a chick to stimulate the growth of teeth in
    embryonic mouse tissue. Evolutionists call this
    apparently hidden ability atavistic, supposing it to
    be a remnant of the chick’s tooth-bearing,
    reptilian ancestry. Also, the ability of chick and
    mouse tissues to work together is supposed to
    show their common ancestry, again, from a
    reptilian ancestor. Atavism, in this updated form,
    is not an additional argument for evolution, but a
    part of the argument from homology (i.e., that
    similar form implies similar ancestry).
            Atavism- Reversion
   The main problem with this interpretation is that
    embryonic cells are very flexible in their development. If
    chick and mouse tissues were taken from different places
    in the embryo, and then brought into contact, other body
    parts might develop. This experiment shows that
    embryonic cells can be manipulated to produce bizarre
    effects. Further, the similarity of embryonic cells that
    allowed these strange teeth to develop does not prove
    common ancestry. Rather, it is evidence of common
    design by an intelligent Creator Who used similar parts to
    achieve similar ends. Also, some fossil birds (like
    Archaeopteryx) had teeth. Perhaps God gave some bird
    kinds this ability, which they eventually lost through
    harmful mutations (Frair and Davis, 1983, p. 46).

 Criminal behavior too?
 Drawing on Darwin's theory of natural
  selection, Lombroso reasoned that, in
  any population, a small number of
  individuals were likely to exhibit
  extremely primitive instincts. They
  were, in effect, evolutionary
  12 And the earth brought forth grass, the herb that yields seed
according to its kind, and the tree that yields fruit, whose seed is in
    itself according to its kind. And God saw that it was good.
    13 So the evening and the morning were the
                     third day.
   In his book 'The Beginnings of Life' (1977, p. 32),
    embryologist Dr. E. Blechschmidt reveals some of his
    frustration with the persistence of this myth: "The so-called
    basic law of biogenetics is wrong. No buts or ifs can
    mitigate this fact. It is not even a tiny bit correct or correct
    in a different form. It is totally wrong." Yet in a recent
    (1980) survey of 15 high school biology text books, 9
    offered embryological recapitulation as evidence for
   The famous gill slit argument offers about as much proof
    that man evolved from the fish as the moon-shaped face of
    a young Chinese boy is proof that he evolved from the
                  Vestigial Organs
14 Then God said, ―Let there be lights in the firmament of the
heavens to divide the day from the night; and let them be for
         signs and seasons, and for days and years.

                           First, it is in principle not possible to
                            prove that an organ is useless, because
                            there is always the possibility that a
                            use may be discovered in the future.
                            This has happened with over a hundred
   Appendix                alleged useless vestigial organs which
   Existence of            are now known to be essential.
    such organs            Second, even if the alleged vestigial
    which have no           organ were no longer needed, it would
    function shows          prove devolution not evolution. The
                            creation model allows for deterioration
    that they are           of a perfect creation. However the
    evolutionary            particles-to-people evolution model
    leftovers.              needs to find examples of nascent
                            organs, i.e. those which are increasing
                            in complexity.
             Vestigial Organs

   While all of its functions are not fully
    understood, the appendix has a rich supply of
    blood and contains masses of lymphatic tissues
    in its walls. This suggests that it may play a
    crucial role in the body’s immune system,
    especially in defense against infection in young
    children. Its presence may also boost antibody
    production in the spleen, and may play a role
    in preventing cancer.
             Vestigial Organs
15 and let them be for lights in the firmament of
 the heavens to give light on the earth‖; and it
                    was so.
                        Evolutionists explain this problem
                         by saying that the human jaw is
                         getting smaller. As apes we had
                         the right number of teeth, they
                         assert, but now there are too many
                         for our modern jaw. However,
                         many people have healthy, useful
                         wisdom teeth. That they can cause
                         problems may be a function of our
                         changing diet. Or perhaps bad
                         wisdom teeth represent a physical
                         weakness, like failing eyesight, or
                         hardening of the arteries. This
                         does not suggest poor design, but
                         a fallen state from perfect
Vestigial Organs

           Evolutionists believe this
            is a rudimentary tail, and
            it often is referred to as
            the ―tail bone.‖ However,
            the coccyx serves a very
            real function as an
            anchor for muscles and
            tendons. These have a
            role in bowel
            movements, giving birth,
            leg movement, and other
            functions in the lower

 Is there any evidence for the existence
  of God? What kind?
 Do the heavens speak of a Creator.
 What about the human body?
 Jesus Christ was a figment of the NT
  writers’ imagination. Answer?
 The Bible is myth, fairy tales, and the
  creation of men to fool the world.
         Evolution & Creation

   Define evolution.
   Explain macro-evolution – another name?
   Explain mirco-evolution – another name ?
   When and why did this theory arise?
   Why is this debate about viewpoint?
   Define theistic evolution.
   Name a proof used by evolutionists and a flaw
    in the thinking.

   Fossil: any remains,       Paleontology: the
    impression, or trace        science of the forms
    of an animal or plant       of life existing in
    of a former                 former geological
    geological age, as a        periods, as
    skeleton or                 represented by fossil
    footprint.                  animals and plants.
                 Fossil Record
  16 Then God made two great lights: the greater light to
rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night. He made
                        the stars also.

   What would the fossil      1.   The oldest rocks
                                    bearing evidence of the
    record tell us if               earliest life forms that
    evolution is true?              could be fossilized.
                               2.   Younger rocks
                                    containing more
                                    advanced life forms.
                               3.   Gradual change in life
                                    forms from the simple
                                    to complex.
                               4.   Large numbers of
                                    transitional forms.
                               5.   We see none of these!
               Fossil Record
     17 God set them in the firmament of the
        heavens to give light on the earth,
    In fact we see…
1.   A sudden and explosive appearance of
     diverse and highly complex forms of life.
2.   No gradual change of life forms from the
     simple to the complex.
3.   A regular and systematic absence of
     transitional forms.
    Which would support the creation as
     described in the Bible.
                  Fossil Record
18 and to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the
    light from the darkness. And God saw that it was good.

   First, consider the prediction of the evolution
    model that the fossil record should reveal a
    simple-to-complex progression of life forms.
    Until fairly recently, an examination of the
    Precambrian strata of the geologic time table
    (the lowest layer of that timetable) showed no
    undisputed evidence of multicellular fossil
    forms, while the Cambrian layer (the next
    higher layer) showed a sudden “explosion” of
    life forms.
                  Fossil Record
    19 So the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

   Second, if the fossil record is to offer support for
    evolution, it must demonstrate a clear-cut sequence
    of fully functional intermediate forms, by which we
    mean that certain conditions must be met before an
    organism (fossil or living) may be considered a true
    intermediate form. That means we should see
    transitional body parts such as half scales/half
    feathers, or animals that are something like half
    reptile/half mammal. Yet the fossil record does not
    satisfy the conditions for any such transitional
    forms. For instance, mammals take many forms,
    but all are equally mammalian; birds vary greatly,
    but all are equally birds.
               Fossil Record

   Charles Darwin himself stated in The Origin of
    Species that “the number of intermediate
    varieties, which have formerly existed, [must] be
    truly enormous.” However, he went on to
    admit:“Geology assuredly does not reveal any
    such finely graduated organic chain; and this,
    perhaps, is the most obvious and serious
    objection which can be argued against this
    theory. The explanation lies, I believe, in the
    extreme imperfection of the geological record”
    (1956, pp. 292-293).
            Reptiles to Birds Theory
   Most evolutionists today contend that the scales of ancient
    dinosaurs evolved over millions of years into the feathers of
    modern-day birds, but no fossil evidence exists for this type of
   Considering the complex embryonic origin and subsequent
    development of feathers, this hardly is surprising. Scales are flat
    horny plates. Feathers, on the other hand, are very intricate in
    structure, consisting of a central shaft from which radiate barbs
    and barbules.
   Two major theories for the evolution of flight exist today. First,
    there is the cursorial theory (also called the ―ground-up‖ theory) in
    which small animals trying to capture insects with their forelimbs
    occasionally would leap up into the air after them.
   The second theory is the arboreal or ―tree-down‖ theory, in which
    animals that had climbed into the trees suddenly had to jump
    down to evade predators (Eaton, 1984, pp. 1-11; Bennett, 1997).
       Reptiles to Birds Theory
   Thus, from a single fossilized feather
    Archaeopteryx lithographica was born.
    [Archaeopteryx (ark-ee-OP-ta-riks) means
    ancient (Greek archae) wing (pteryx).]
       Reptiles to Birds Theory

   Evolutionary ornithologist Allan Feduccia who
    wrote in Science almost a decade ago: I
    conclude that Archaeopteryx was arboreal and
    volant [i.e., possessing extended wings for
    flight—BH/BT], considerably advanced
    aerodynamically, and probably capable of
    flapping, powered flight to at least some degree.
    Archaeopteryx...was, in the modern sense, a
    bird (1993, 259:792).
Fossils Record & Human
              Let’s be blunt about one
               thing. Of all the
               branches to be found on
               that infamous
               “evolutionary tree of
               life,” the one leading to
               man should be the best
              Why?
              Consider dinosaur
    Fossils Record & Human
   Lyall Watson, writing in Science Digest, put it
    bluntly: “The fossils that decorate our family
    tree are so scarce that there are still more
    scientists than specimens.The remarkable fact
    is that all the physical evidence we have for
    human evolution can still be placed, with room
    to spare, inside a single coffin” (1982, p. 44).
    And relatively few “family tree” fossils have
    been found since that statement was made.
    Fossils Record & Human
   Reporting on this exhibit, Science News had this to
    say: One sometimes wonders whether orangutans,
    chimps and gorillas ever sit around the tree,
    contemplating which is the closest relative of man.
    (And would they want to be?) Maybe they even
    chuckle at human scientists’ machinations as they
    race to draw the definitive map of evolution on earth.
    If placed on top of one another, all these competing
    versions of our evolutionary highways would make
    the Los Angeles freeway system look like Country
    Road 41 in Elkhart, Indiana (see “Whose Ape Is It,
    Anyway?,”1984, p. 361).
     Fossils Record & Human
   Aegyptopithecus zeuxis (28 million years ago)
   Dryopithecus africanus (20 million)
   Ramapithecus brevirostris (12-15 million)
   Orrorin tugenensis (6 million)
   Ardipithecus ramidus (5.8-4.4 million)
   Kenyanthropus platyops (3.8 million years)
   Australopithecus anamensis (3.5 million)
   Australopithecus afarensis (3.4 million)
   Homo habilis (1.5 million)
   Homo erectus (2-0.4 million)
   Homo sapiens (0.3 million-present).
    Fossils Record & Human
   What, then, shall we say of these three
    “ancestors”that form the tap root of man’s family
    tree? We simply will say the same thing
    evolutionists have said: all three were nothing but
   Orrorin was “on the line to humans, on the line to
    chimps, a common ancestor to both, or just an
    extinct side branch” (2001).
   What was it that convinced evolutionists that
    kadabba walked upright and was on the road to
    becoming man? A single toe bone!
    Fossils Record & Human
   K. platyops, and therefore closer to Homo
    sapiens, have much more pronounced, ape-like
    facial features. K. platyops was dated at 3.8
    million years, and yet has a much flatter face than
    any other hominid that old. Thus, the evolutionary
    scenario seems to be moving in the wrong
   If Lucy gave rise to humans, then how could
    humans have existed more than 500,000 years
    before her in order to make such footprints?
   “If Australopithecus, Homo habilis, and Homo
    erectus existed contemporaneously, how could
    one have been ancestral to another?
    Fossils Record & Human
   “The Homo erectus stage is characterized by
    a body skeleton which, so far as we know,
    does not differ from that of modern man in
    any essential point” (1965, p. 632).
   The fossil evidence for evolution (human or
    otherwise) simply is not there.
   Apes always have been apes, and humans
    always have been humans.
    But What About Dinosaurs?

   First discovered in 1822      Sir Richard Owen
    by Mary Ann Mantell and        was convinced that a
    her husband Gideon.
                                   whole tribe of huge,
   Several scientists could
    not identify.
                                   lizard-like reptiles
   Teeth of a rhino.
                                   had lived in the past.
   Bones of an extinct           He called them
    hippo.                         ―dinosaurs‖.
   Meanwhile 1842 huge           Greek words deinos
    bones and teeth were
                                   & sauros – terribly,
    found in Oxforsdhire.
                                   great lizards.
    But What About Dinosaurs?
   In America two                The controversy
    schoolmasters, Arthur          centers around when
    Lakes & O.W. Lucas,
    separately stumbled over       dinosaurs existed.
    colossal bones in             Evolved from a
    Colorado.                      ancient reptile
   Turned evidence over to        roughly 65-70
    Marsh & Lucas who              million years ago.
    became the most famous
    dinosaur hunters in the       Man evolved 2-3
    US.                            million years ago.
   After this work, no one       Genesis record
    doubted the existence of
                                   would have
                                   dinosaurs and man
                                   as contemporaries.
    But What About Dinosaurs?
   Why so important?            Because of the
   Dinosaurs make                interest by children
    marvelous teaching tools!     and the trust held in
   From kindergarten to          teachers, the
    graduate school,              theories are
    dinosaurs are used to         accepted as facts.
    indoctrinate students in     Many evolutionists
    the fact of organic
                                  state that the study
                                  of dinosaurs set
   Students are told that they   them on their paths
    evolved from an ancient
                                  as evolutionists!
    reptile and then into what
    we know now as birds.
         The Bible & Dinosaurs
   If dinosaurs are so           Job 40:15-24
    important why doesn’t
    the Bible mention them?       Job 41:1-34
   When was the word
   Find cats, kangaroos, or
   It is not a taxonomy
   Compelling evidence that
    they are mentioned in
    the Bible!
            The Bible & Dinosaurs
   Job 40:15-24 ―Look now at the behemoth, which I made
    along with you; He eats grass like an ox.
    16 See now, his strength is in his hips, And his power is in his
    stomach muscles. 17 He moves his tail like a cedar; The
    sinews of his thighs are tightly knit. 18 His bones are like
    beams of bronze, His ribs like bars of iron. 19 He is the first of
    the ways of God; Only He who made him can bring near His
    20 Surely the mountains yield food for him, And all the beasts
    of the field play there. 21 He lies under the lotus trees, In a
    covert of reeds and marsh. 22 The lotus trees cover him with
    their shade; The willows by the brook surround him.
    23 Indeed the river may rage, Yet he is not disturbed; He is
    confident, though the Jordan gushes into his mouth,
    24 Though he takes it in his eyes, Or one pierces his nose with
    a snare.
            The Bible & Dinosaurs
   Job 41:1-34 1 ―Can you draw out Leviathan with a hook, Or
    snare his tongue with a line which you lower?
    2 Can you put a reed through his nose, Or pierce his jaw with
    a hook? 3 Will he make many supplications to you? Will he
    speak softly to you? 4 Will he make a covenant with you?
    Will you take him as a servant forever? 5 Will you play with
    him as with a bird, Or will you leash him for your maidens? 6
    Will your companions make a banquet of him? Will they
    apportion him among the merchants? 7 Can you fill his skin
    with harpoons, Or his head with fishing spears? 8 Lay your
    hand on him; Remember the battle— Never do it again! 9
    Indeed, any hope of overcoming him is false; Shall one not
    be overwhelmed at the sight of him? 10 No one is so fierce
    that he would dare stir him up. Who then is able to stand
    against Me?
         The Bible & Dinosaurs
   11 Who has preceded Me, that I should pay him?
    Everything under heaven is Mine. 12 ―I will not conceal his
    limbs, His mighty power, or his graceful proportions. 13
    Who can remove his outer coat? Who can approach him
    with a double bridle? 14 Who can open the doors of his
    face, With his terrible teeth all around? 15 His rows of
    scales are his pride, Shut up tightly as with a seal; 16 One
    is so near another That no air can come between them; 17
    They are joined one to another, They stick together and
    cannot be parted. 18 His sneezings flash forth light, And his
    eyes are like the eyelids of the morning. 19 Out of his
    mouth go burning lights; Sparks of fire shoot out. 20
    Smoke goes out of his nostrils, As from a boiling pot and
    burning rushes.
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   21 His breath kindles coals, And a flame goes out of his
    mouth. 22 Strength dwells in his neck, And sorrow dances
    before him. 23 The folds of his flesh are joined together;
    They are firm on him and cannot be moved. 24 His heart is
    as hard as stone, Even as hard as the lower millstone. 25
    When he raises himself up, the mighty are afraid; Because
    of his crashings they are beside themselves. 26 Though the
    sword reaches him, it cannot avail; Nor does spear, dart, or
    javelin. 27 He regards iron as straw, And bronze as rotten
    wood. 28 The arrow cannot make him flee; Slingstones
    become like stubble to him. 29 Darts are regarded as straw;
    He laughs at the threat of javelins. 30 His undersides are
    like sharp potsherds; He spreads pointed marks in the mire.
    31 He makes the deep boil like a pot; He makes the sea like
    a pot of ointment.
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   32 He leaves a shining wake behind him; One would
    think the deep had white hair. 33 On earth there is
    nothing like him, Which is made without fear.
    34 He beholds every high thing; He is king over all the
    children of pride.‖
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   Passages with the most           Genesis 1:31 Then God
    serious implications.             saw everything that He
   Exodus 20:11 For in six           had made, and indeed it
    days the Lord made the            was very good. So the
    heavens and the earth,            evening and the morning
    the sea, and all that is in       were the sixth day.
    them, and rested the
    seventh day. Therefore           Genesis 2:11 Thus the
    the Lord blessed the              heavens and the earth,
    Sabbath day and                   and all the host of them,
    hallowed it.                      were finished.
   John 1:3 All things were         What does this omit?
    made through Him, and             Nothing!
    without Him nothing was
    made that was made.
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                    Day 6
   Genesis 1:24-25 Then God           Genesis 1:26-27 Then God
    said, ―Let the earth bring          said, ―Let Us make man in
    forth the living creature           Our image, according to Our
    according to its kind: cattle       likeness; let them have
    and creeping thing and beast        dominion over the fish of the
    of the earth, each according        sea, over the birds of the air,
    to its kind‖; and it was so.        and over the cattle, over all
    25 And God made the beast           the earth and over every
    of the earth according to its       creeping thing that creeps
    kind, cattle according to its       on the earth.‖
    kind, and everything that           27 So God created man in
    creeps on the earth                 His own image; in the image
    according to its kind. And          of God He created him; male
    God saw that it was good.           and female He created them
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   Inventions of man to      Where did dinosaurs go?
    have cake and eat it      Asteroid-like object?
    too.                      Caused plants to die,
   Day-Age Theory             herbivores to die, which
   Gap Theory                 caused carnivores to die.
   What position do we       This theory has a
                               number of detractors.
    need to defend and
    teach to our              Creationists generally
    children?                  believe the flood had
                               something to do with
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   Noah’s Ark big enough?         50,000 square feet for
   Yes.                            animals and another
   100,000 square feet.            50,000 for food, living
   Noah was told to take           quarters etc.
    land dwelling, air             Noah took two of every
    breathing animals.              kind, not two of every
   20,000 such                     species.
    animals+another 20,000         Didn’t have to take
    that have become extinct        adult animals.
    since then=80,000.
                                   God could have caused
   Calculated to be the avg.
    size of a sheep.
                                    animals to enter
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   Some interesting finds!
   1800’s Samuel Hubbard found ancient Indian drawings.
   Among the pictures of ibex and elephant is an accurate
    representation of a dinosaur.
   Evolutionist Ingalls investigated something he called
    ―The Carboniferous Mystery‖.
   In rocks claimed to be 260-370 million years old, and in
    states from coast to coast, there are numerous fossil
    human-like footprints.
   In 1968 Meister discovered a ½ billion year old trilobite
    fossil between two slabs of rock 200 feet up a cliff in
    Utah. Embedded was a perfect mold of a human sandal.
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