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EVOLUTION IS BUNK! Says a REAL Scientist – From Conception to Birth – AMAZING VIDEO

26 responses

  1. That’s what we’re talking about Patricia!!
    God bless you, my friend!

    March 20, 2012 at 4:01 pm

    • It is a great video isn’t it? I don’t see how anyone can argue with it. God bless you as well Alan!

      March 20, 2012 at 5:02 pm

  2. That is beyond verbal description!!! Thank you.!!

    March 20, 2012 at 9:19 pm

    • You are most welcome, Kathie, it is amazing!

      March 20, 2012 at 9:51 pm

  3. Hmnn…evolution isn’t bunk, but it doesn’t explain the origin of life or the process of speciation as the highly politicized proponents of Darwinism (which Darwin didn’t believe) want to pretend and use government to compel at school and in some courtrooms.

    Works like this video are needed; thanks for showing it!

    March 27, 2012 at 11:01 pm

    • You are most welcome! God bless!

      March 28, 2012 at 12:27 am

  4. Annie

    I believe that mankind did evolve scientifically (evolution).and I believe part of that evolutionary process is the development of the child in the womb. There is no doubt that the Lord is involved as the MASTER creator; it is He who pulls the string and makes the calls.

    March 29, 2012 at 11:33 pm

    • There was a time I believed in it, but there are so many questions that are not answered by evolution that it way short. Many of the principles that Darwin propogated have been proven false and like man made climate change, when those fall, the theory itself cannot stand!

      March 30, 2012 at 1:58 pm

      • Annie

        Loopy, I feel the creation of the earth was the plan of the Lord. However, I feel that ‘creationism’ and evolution can go hand in hand. The earth, the wind, the water was created by the Lord; as HE guided evolution along.

        Several examples leave me to believe that this is true: The formation of the mountains from stone which was eroded by the water in the seas; how do you account for certain fish, shedding their gills and webbed feet over the years to become mammals? I feel that this is another instance of the Lord guiding the process of man ‘evolving’ from the sea. Another example is of man adapting from 4 legged life to 2 legged life and shedding hair that they no longer needed.

        The development of the ‘fight or flight’ response that was needed in the caveman days, but not so much today was an accomplishment of evolution; but again instituted and guided by the Lord. After all, someone had to have a master plan, but He couldn’t be every where, every time, so to put it bluntly, “evolution took care of the details.”

        But, there is one detail that evolutionism can’t’ ‘take care of’ and that’s the creation of a human life. I believe that the Lord is in charge of that process, from conception to birth. That beautiful process could, the evolvement of a human being from a zygote to a human being, is not a stage of the evolution of mankind. It can only be guided from start to finish by the Lord.

        March 30, 2012 at 9:45 pm

        • As far as the processes of the earth, once the earth was established, it didn’t remain static, natural processes that were built in to the very blueprint established the path it would take, that is not evolution is it? It is more of a transformation and weathering in reaction to the forces and the processes that were put in place from the very start by God
          As far as certain fish, we are finding evidence everyday that fish that were believed to be a part of the chain of evolution, are instead still alive and are being rediscovered, would that not bring doubt to the process that the theory was established upon?
          As, the “Master Plan”, aren’t you limiting God to say that He could not be everywhere? If you limit Him to simply a master geneticist that manipulated the DNA in order to have humans become what He wanted them to be, you realize that what you are also saying is that He is not really a God.
          Man cannot create human life, science cannot create life of any sort, and yet it cannot be by accident. It is simply impossible for everything to come together by accident, and that leaves design. The very breadth and depth of the design leaves little to chance and must be done by a designer with intent to produce what we have. That only leaves intelligent design.
          If you can accept that God created human life in all it’s complex wonder, why would you not think that he also would have the ability to create the complex universe that we live in and the solar system that is the address of our planet earth? I know many people that are conflicted and find it difficult to accept that God is the creator of all things, and yet the theory of evolution has remained a theory because it is unproveable. And yet there is much more proof for a Creator but I think that they can not accept that Intelligent design is real but it would mean that they would have to admit that God was much more than they were allowing Him to be. And yet in accepting the immensity of God, the fact they He still cares about us, makes it much more wonderous.

          March 30, 2012 at 11:15 pm

  5. At the very least, creationism should be taught in the public schools. Darwinism is a system of faith just as Christianity is; so why do we allow only one system of faith to be taught at public schools? By the way, I wonder if Darwinists have found that missing link yet. ; ) Newton and Einstein didn’t seem to have a problem finding it.

    April 6, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    • Liberals tend to leave out the aspect of them believing in God, don’t they. People are not taught anymore that theory is just theory and that if it were proven it wouldn’t need that added on. Creationism does have a explanation whereas evolution leaves a lot lacking, but like the politics of politics, it seems that the politic of science does not allow for any real debate. It is amazing how such a closed mindset advances at all and yet they call us close minded. Some states are starting to allow creationism to be taught, but the feds seem to feel that they have the right to tell us everything and are putting pressure on.. God bless you and Happy Easter!

      April 6, 2012 at 9:10 pm

  6. Annie

    I still believe the Genesis 1 interpretation, which to me, allows for millenniums between chasms, water formation,vegetation on tha land so that when men came from the seas they had something to live off of. In addition there were the men that evolved from apes.

    But, I don’t believe in a strict interpretation of the 6 days and He rested on the seventh. “God saw all that he had made, and it was very good. And there was evening, and there was morning—the sixth day.”

    It’s hard to read Genesis 1 (at least the original Hebrew version and not come to the conclusion that thousands, if not millions of years passed between events.

    April 6, 2012 at 10:19 pm

    • The Bible also says that a thousand years of our time equals one day to God. Our time is not His time, this is said many times in the Bible, so a strict 6 days means one thing to us, but something else to God. I have not read the original Hebrew but would like to. I am not a believer of the strict 6 days, it is not something that our church puts forth either.

      April 7, 2012 at 12:01 am

  7. Reblogged this on John Malcolm.

    April 7, 2012 at 9:50 am

    • Thank you and God bless!

      April 7, 2012 at 10:39 am

  8. It has always been my most pressing question to atheist science: “How can you study the marvels of existance and remain oblivious to just the POSSIBILITY of Intelligent Design. Answer: WILLFULL BLINDNESS. The bended knee is just too awful for the arrogant minds who call themselves scientists. It is, by far, mathematically more probable to believe in a Designer (especially considering that mankind has just created the first synthetic life in a test tube) than to believe it is all an ‘accident’ that only happened here on Earth (where ‘accidents’ NEVER result in order- only in chaos!) I just wrote about this willful blindness on the part of so-called atheist scientists in my Short Little Rebel blog. I am contantly amazed at the transparent arrogance of MAN.

    Loopyloo, how are you? Just thought I would stop by. Loved this video. I was a Biochemistry major- math (especially probability & statistics) is my favorite topic. The best minds will always allow the possibility of God. Only the lowest forms of intellect can actually say, “Believing in God is stupid.” They, literally, don’t see the lack of scientific and mathematical logic in their statements! It is so frustrating sometimes!

    btw, I will be reblogging this on SLR! Cheers and God bless you!

    April 13, 2012 at 6:29 pm

    • I am doing very well, Susan, thank you. As you can probably tell, I have veered from the political and do very little on it anymore. It is not that I think that we are going in the right direction, I don’t! I have just felt the need to be closer to God for some time and am headed more and more in that direction.

      I love this video as well, and am truly amazed that people would rather consider that everything belongs to chance than they would accept the beauty that exists in design. With me it has always been the ability to see that structure has to exist for anything to remain, and that it has to be planned because like a house, it all has to fit together or it will fall down.

      Thank you for the reblog, it is a wonderful video!

      April 13, 2012 at 7:47 pm

      • No problem Loopy! I wish I could have done a true reblog, though. For some reason, I got a wierd message saying, “Trying to cheat,huh?”!! lol! I was insulted. I looked behind me to see if the Obama team had planted a spy team. But, alas, this bizarre error message kept showing up. So, I gave up and had to do it the old fashioned way: manually! lol! I, too, have moved away from politics and toward God. It is an inevitable move, I think. Politics are moving exactly as God would have it. Jesus is right around the corner. In fact, I just created a new website and blog for my new church. It is at Visit us sometime!

        April 14, 2012 at 7:07 am

        • That is a weird message! I tried to reblog something yesterday and it didn’t do anything except sit there, so I finally gave up. Something is going on with wordpress, I am having a terrible time just getting on and it keeps kicking me out, I have reset everything and people that I have subscribed to, it has either unsubscribed them or changed the settings so that I don’t get an email. The worst thing is getting here though. I have to try a dozen different ways because the server keeps closing the connection. Who knows, perhaps it is government manipulation. I spent several hours on the phone with my internet provider and we have ruled out problems with my computer and problems with them. So it is something on this end, I find it trying to say the least.

          April 14, 2012 at 9:42 am

          • verrrrrry interrrresting, frauline! Vee vill get you in zee end! lol!

            April 14, 2012 at 6:37 pm

            • LOL, Susan, I needed that! God bless you!

              April 14, 2012 at 6:42 pm

  9. “The worst thing is getting here though. I have to try a dozen different ways because the server keeps closing the connection. “…we have ruled out problems with my computer and problems with them. So it is something on this end, I find it trying to say the least.”
    Your comments are noted. I don’t like the “reblog”; I prefer to repost, or use “press this” I had gotten the “cheating” message once; that was quite enough.
    If you have Windows 7, there is the favorites (star symbol) that clicking on gives a drop down menu. You can add to “favorites bar”, and an icon link to the wanted site allows yu to go directly there.

    April 16, 2012 at 5:32 pm

    • I don’t have windows 7 but am thinking about upgrading! I have found that if I keep hitting the reload button in rapid sequence, I get through. It does take more time, but it works. I don’t know if wordpress changed their settings in their current upgrading, but it is still tiresome. I have not been able to leave them a message because I am still having a problems leaving messages!

      April 16, 2012 at 7:43 pm

    • Are you still having a problem with your messages disappearing Dr. X? Could they be related? God bless you my friend!

      April 16, 2012 at 7:45 pm

  10. I haven’t kept track, some yes, others no. Noted some pgs are slow to load, but a change I made with my security protection might be the cause for that. I have to hawkeye my own spam folder, since Askimet does that to my blogger friends as well.

    April 18, 2012 at 5:02 pm


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