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Years ago when, at the time, presidential candidate Rick Perry was asked by a boy, at his mother’s prompting, about the age of the Earth and evolution. He replied, “I hear your mom was asking about evolution…that’s a theory that's out there, and it's got some gaps in it." The Washington Post asked Richard Dawkins, a British evolutionary biologist and mocker of God and anything connected with Him, to respond. He did so with an article where in the headline he states: Attention Rick Perry: Evolution is a fact. Does the headline surprise you? It shouldn’t.

Harvard paleontologist Richard Lewontin, like Richard Dawkins and all naturalists, believes that the material world of nature is all there is, but he confesses what many of his fellow naturalists would rather deny, that they all believe in naturalism INSPITE OF THE EVIDENCE. See for yourself.

“We take the side of science in spite of the patent absurdity of some of its constructs [theories]…in spite of the tolerance of the scientific community for unsubstantiated just-so stories

Evolutionary scientists mock creation as unscientific and not worthy of scientific examination. In order for something to be considered a “science,” they argue, it must be able to be observed and tested; it must be “naturalistic.” Creation is by definition “supernatural.” God and the supernatural cannot be observed or tested (so the argument goes); therefore, creation and/or intelligent design cannot be considered science. Of course, neither can evolution be observed or tested. As a result, all data is filtered through the preconceived, presupposed, and pre-accepted theory of evolution, without alternate explanations being considered.

David wrote, The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard.  Psalm 19:1-3.

The physical, earth and life sciences all provide evidence for, “In the beginning God…” Genesis 1:1

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