“How, the hell can we beli-i-i-ieve you? How, the hell can we beli-i-i-ieve you? How, the hell can we beli-i-i-ieve you? You lie, you lie, you lie.”
That song’s usually sung to torment the groom during his wedding speech, but it should rather be sung for the pseudo-intellectites who practice atheistic-science and spew their anti-God drivel.
When the God-haters got together at their first annual atheist convention, they handed our ‘Let’s call it Science’ stickers to all the attendees. From then until now, any idea that the atheists believe adds weight to their no-God theory, they use a sticker and call it Science.
Unfortunately they must have got a bulk discount on the print order cause they don’t seem to have run out of stickers yet.
When looking at our world and studying the biology of the various species, it’s simply not possible to deny the involvement of an Intelligent Designer:
“John Dewey, an ardent 20th century proponent of Darwinism, explained why the intelligent design position – scientifically speaking – was reasonable:
The marvellous adaptation of organisms to their environment, of organs to the organism, of unlike parts of a complex organ (like the eye) to the organ itself; the foreshadowing by lower forms of the higher; the preparation in earlier stages of growth for organs that only later had their functioning – these things are increasingly recognized with the progress of botany, zoology, palaeontology, and embryology. Together, they added such prestige to the design argument that by the later eighteenth century it was, as approved by the sciences of organic life, the central point of theistic and idealistic philosophy.”
Fossils prove that a certain species existed once upon a time; fossils don’t prove that they evolved into, or from, something else. There are thousands of species that have since gone extinct, but with all this ‘evolving’ going on, where are the new ones?
Sharing common strands of DNA with other species doesn’t mean what desperate atheists want it to mean. That’s simply God choosing not to reinvent the wheel - an Intelligent Designer, you might say.
** - Remember, please don’t make the silly mistake of confusing science with atheistic drivel - the two are worlds apart and never the twain shall meet.