Wednesday, January 18, 2017

ONE PUNCH, TWO PUNCH. Evolution Is Down For The Count.

Did you know that there has been two recent developments, that appear to be insurmountable, for Evolutionists and their explanation of the Origin of Life?

But you’ll never hear it on the news. It is amazing that this type of news is continuously suppressed, by the media.

The First Punch

Imagine, if you will, 4.5 billion years ago, with only one in 10, to the 17th, chance possibility, within earth''s early primordial soup, circumstances combined to create a spark of life, resorting in an enzyme, not even a one cell organism. That enzyme evolved to the life we know today. In a nutshell, that's evolution's explanation of how life began and developed. However, recent research has shown that the Earths atmosphere would not have supported the elements, that would have made up this primordial soup. Oops, no primordial soup.

The Second Punch

OK, let's push our imagination to it’s limit, and give them that one in 10, to the 17th, chance, and “Poof”, Life begins, with an enzyme, that develops, into an one cell organism, in their “imaginary primordial soup”. That leaves us with the age old question, “What came first, the chicken or the egg?”.

You see evolutionists tells us that for an organism to evolve, there has to be genetic “memories” passed from generation to generation. Ah, there inlies the rub and final punch. How did that one cell organism reproduce?

Recent findings reveal that evolutionists cannot even imagine, little alone come up with a plausible explanation or mechanism, through which the first organism reproduced?

This left one evolutionist to say, “If we say that it came into being with the ability to reproduce, we are no better than the Creationist.”

It looks like to me, that evolutionism may be evolving to creationism, afterall.

…and that’s what you’ll find, When You Search For The Truth.


  1. Hi Keith, good post my friend and very logically, I wish that you would apply the same logic to the doctrine of God :-)

  2. Thanks Paul! I'm sure that we will continue to debate God's Doctrine.

  3. Hi Keith,

    'That leaves us with the age old question, “What came first, the chicken or the egg?”.'

    The only One that this sentence does not appear to apply to in the scriptures is God. Although it is written there of Jesus that He was God's Son, there is no written testimony of God Himself descending from another.
    Our carnal minds will never understand the things of God, and that is why we have to grow Spiritually through the mind of Christ - our One mediator between man and God. I think the evolutionists may be realizing that the carnal mind has limited knowledge eh?

  4. Hi Brenda, The chicken or the egg comment was a 'Tongue in cheek' jab at the absurdity of their belief system, with both the chicken and the egg being more complex organisms, than the proposed enzyme that burst on the scene.

    I totally agree. The carnal mind is severely limited, when attempting to understand God, his creation and ways.

    1. Yes that is right Keith, a 'tongue in cheek' jab it is, and I think your post will cause many to think again about believing what man says, and maybe have a look at what God says. :-)

    2. Thanks, Brenda!!! That is my hope. I also, put this one Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.

    3. I wouldn't know how to do that. I came off Twitter because I had a 'not nice' message come up as soon as I opened the account.

    4. Sorry to hear that. Some people are just not nice.

    5. It depends which spirit is influencing us doesn't it Keith, 'crudeness' does not come from the Holy Spirit.

  5. Hi Keith! It's so nice to meet you here on your blog!
    I know that there is always a back and forth discussion of creation vs. evolution. None of us were there, so it's pretty much figuring back as well as any of us can.
    Unfortunately, some take that as a license to exclude God. To me, no matter how the earth and life began, he was there. He made it all for us as a gift of love.

    I did find this: "In fact, according to a 2009 Pew Research Center survey, American scientists are about half as likely as the general public to believe in God or a higher, universal power." That is great sadness.

  6. Interesting, which comes first the chicken or the egg. Well, I don't have a big problem with so called Christians who don't know the answer to that question, I think that they don't read their Bibles properly.

    But I have a big problem with those who don't know the God of the Bible because the wroth of God is on all those who do not know God (2 Thes. 1:8 and John 8:34).

  7. Hi Ceil. It's a pleasant surprise to see you here. Thanks, for coming by. I agree, that actual creation is not an observable science. However, when the findings, of modern day science, conflicts with God's Word, there is a need to defend the faith for those, who are at the precipice, of deciding, which way to go. .

    There is so much disinformation, out there, we, as part of the Remnant of God, need to set the record straight or at least, put the truth out, so one can make an informed decision.

    Again, I'm glad you stopped by and I hope to see you again. I will stop by your blog also.


  8. Hi Paul. We must be able to give a reason for why we believe. That is Biblical. However, in the end, it is up to the spirit to draw people in, we must assist in their edification.

    As for knowing God, as the most important aspect of our lives, I totally agree.

  9. Keith, creation actually is an observable science, just look around you and perhaps read what the Lord has to say about that (Rom. 1:20) "For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes, His eternal power and divine nature, HAS BEEN CLEARLY SEEN, being understood through what has been made, so that they are without excuse."
    (Through what has been made)
    I think that they are WILLFULLY ignorant.

  10. Paul, Obviously, we were discussing the original creation act of God. However, I agree that, with our spiritual eyes, along with the Word of God, we have a clear vision, of creation, as if it were yesterday. Of course, with God, it just happened. :-)

  11. Evolution makes me think of Romans 1:28: "And according as they did not think good to have God in their knowledge ..." It's not to do with science but with the desire to forget God.

  12. Hi David, No truer words have been spoken.