Science Supports Creationism
I would propose to Ms. Mitchell that science does indeed support creationism, at least to open-minded scientists who don’t adamantly defend evolution in order to deny the existence of God in an arrogant or ignorant attempt to dodge their personal accountability as a created being to a Supreme Being. I was an avid evolutionist for years, but now I see that not only is Creation Science valid, it is gaining credibility, much to the chagrin to those who idolize (worship) Charles Darwin, for reasons that they would have to deny to themselves first before denying them to the academic world. Personally, I don’t think that coming from Monkey-Boy is anything to brag about.
One example is the existence of polystrate fossils. Evolutionists hold that the earth is very old, and that each strata of rock represents a slice of time that, when taken together, represent a span of millions of years. How then, can polystrate fossils, such as upright fossil trees exist? How can a petrified tree of a particular age, and there are many, be found tightly standing vertically through two or three layers of rock that are supposedly millions of years apart in age? Could it be that there really was a worldwide flood which, besides in the Bible, is a story that is told by over 500 cultures all over the globe, many of which include a family being saved in a ship, sending out a bird, etc.? Could it be that the petrification of the resulting layers of silt and mud that covered the world actually occurred very rapidly? Another example is the abundance of fossils of dinosaur footprints interwoven with human footprints, which the evolutionists would like to hide under a tarp. Rock can’t really reconstitute back into mud for Alley Oop to trudge through millions of years later, and then re-petrify while perfectly preserving the integrity of the original dinosaur footprints, can they?
What is even more fascinating than science supporting creationism is watching science catching up with what God has said thousands of years ago. Due to some weak creationism arguments, some evolutionist groups, in their hatred toward creationists, liken them to members of the Flat Earth Society; implying a clinging to archaic beliefs. But how long do they think medical science has known that a baby’s level of prothrombin, used in the production of vitamin K, a natural anti-clotting agent, peaks at the eighth day of life? Yet God told Abraham, “He who is eight days old among you shall be circumcised, every male child in your generation….(Genesis 17:12) thousands of years ago.
Paul Lepage is still getting slammed for his comment about Obama. While that was not a prudent move politically, it showed that he’s a no-nonsense candidate who actually has some guts. When liberal candidates continue to make empty, more-of-the-same, tell’em-whatever-you-think-they-wanna-hear statements like Clinton’s “misspoken", “misremembered” “misstatement” of dodging sniper fire in Bosnia in ‘96 or Mitchell‘s “There’s no scientific evidence to support (creationism)” without backing any of it up, it only adds to the list of reasons of why they shouldn’t be deemed as worthy of being privileged with a position of public service.
David T. Theriault