Darwin’s diabolical delusions

Liberals defend the guilty and impugn the innocent not only because they side with barbarians, but because a fair and just system of law challenges their hegemony as judges of the universe.

~ Ann Coulter, “Demonic”

If evolution is so scientific, factual and beyond all rational argument, then why do the proponents of Darwinian evolutionary theory systematically lie about their findings, block and defame other scientists with contrarian ideas like Intelligent Design, creationism and natural law, and in the name of “academic freedom” dominate the majority of the academic journals and university professorships with a Stalinist grip? What of derivative theories of evolution like the Big Bang theory – that all matter and living things in the universe, including mankind, came about 13.7 billion years ago from an explosion? I’m not a scientist, but I was taught in elementary school that explosions destroy things, not create them.

These are exceedingly important questions not only because for over 150 years evolution has indoctrinated and perverted science virtually beyond redemption, but because Darwinian philosophy and its speculative suppositions have totally dominated the entire academy including: law, religion, philosophy, politics, economics, education, culture and society under the ancillary philosophy of Social Darwinism created by Herbert Spencer who also coined the phrase, “Survival of the fittest” – the totalitarian motto 20th-century dictators, including Lenin, Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler, Mao, Pol Pot and many other tyrants, used as a pretext for control, domination, suppression of liberty and the genocide of hundreds of millions of people.

If you doubt the Gestapo tactics of the Darwin lobby, consider that just last week another case was uncovered about how they routinely block academic papers that criticize Darwin’s evolution theory from being published. Writer Casey Luskin recalled a meeting with Wesley Elsberry, a long-time activist for the Darwin lobby and former staff member at the National Center for Science Education, who literally rejoiced whenever Intelligent Design scientists had their papers rejected from journals. Furthermore, Elsberry had the gall to criticize Intelligent Design proponents for not publishing in the mainstream scientific literature (an untrue charge).

Ray Comfort poses 101 questions to shake up the followers of Darwin. Don’t miss “Evolution: A Fairy Tale for Grownups”

Luskin wrote a 2-part article on the case of Dr. Granville Sewell and how the Darwin Gestapo unfairly had one of his papers unjustly rejected from a prestigious scientific journal:

As John West has reported, the journal Applied Mathematics Letters has agreed to apologize after pulling a paper by University of Texas, El Paso mathematics professor Granville Sewell which was critical of Darwinian evolution. Sewell is author of “In the Beginning: And Other Essays on Intelligent Design” as well as three books on numerical analysis and dozens of articles in respected journals. As West reports, Applied Mathematics Letters withdrew his paper not because it found any errors in the paper, or because the paper was not peer-reviewed, but because it had received a protest from the Darwin lobby. Because of the journal’s inappropriate treatment of Dr. Sewell, it has now issued an apology to Dr. Sewell and paid his attorney’s fees in the matter to the tune of $10,000.

The second law of thermodynamics actually holds that entropy/disorder will increase in a closed system. Yet using this law as a predicate to refute evolution is a tempting but fallacious argument because the earth isn’t a closed system since it gets energy, heat and light from the sun thus giving Darwinists the allusion that evolution generates new functional biological information.

Sewell did not present Intelligent Design arguments, but postulated that there are certain forms of complexity most people agree will not happen under a natural, unguided environment. Therefore, the fact that a system is “open” does not generally follow that the odds of all events happening is sufficient to make such events possible. Sewell further argues:

But after we define a sufficiently low threshold, everyone seems to agree that “natural forces will rearrange atoms into digital computers” is a macroscopically describable event that is still extremely improbable from the microscopic point of view, and thus forbidden by the second law – at least if this happens in a closed system. But it is not true that the laws of probability only apply to closed systems: if a system is open, you just have to take into account what is crossing the boundary when deciding what is extremely improbable and what is not.

Luskin’s articles on Sewell are ipso facto proof that those who dispute Darwinian evolution are not being permitted the academic freedom to publish their arguments to the scientific community as well as to the general public.

I can personally testify to this widespread intellectual discrimination against conservative thought in academic journals. As a conservative academic, I’ve written over a dozen law review articles; half of those papers were rejected at the 11th hour after having been accepted for publication, cite-checked, edited and peer-reviewed. In some cases I was forced to have my work published with another law journal. For example, in a 2010 law review article, “The Delinquencies of Juvenile Law: A Natural Law Analysis,” after being accepted then rejected by an American law journal for no rational reason, I was forced to publish this work in a Romanian journal – the former communist country of the murderous dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. How’s that for irony?

Remember that the primary purpose of Darwinian evolution (and later in economics, philosophy and politics under Marxism, Nietzsche and progressivism) was not understood solely as a scientific discovery, but to infuse education atheism throughout every conceivable aspect of culture and society. Influential thinkers like Darwin, Marx, Nietzsche, Freud, Thomas and Aldous Huxley, Herbert Spencer, Max Weber, O.W. Holmes, George Bernard Shaw, C.S. Pierce, John Dewey, Carl Becker, Charles Beard, Richard Hofstadter and many other progressive intellectuals were all atheists and fanatical devotees of evolutionary theory – and they demanded society follow suit.

Tragically, for over 150 years since the publication of Darwin’s diabolical, anti-scientific book, “The Origin of the Species,” nonpartisan science, truth, logic and deductive reasoning have been ruthlessly suppressed and replaced with state-funded Darwinist propaganda, groupthink, education atheism, liberal fascism and Machiavellian tactics as demonstrated in the Sewell case representing the ongoing battles between the Darwin Gestapo and Intelligent Design scientists.

This existential war on ideas reminds me of a passage from Dan Brown’s novel “Angels and Demons” – If science is allowed to claim the moment of creation, (or in Coulter’s words, “judge the universe”) what is left for God?

SOURCE:  http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=343445

 

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2 responses to “Darwin’s diabolical delusions

  1. Genesis: Absurdity

    God creates light and separates light from darkness, and day from night, on the first day. Yet he didn’t make the light producing objects (the sun and the stars) until the fourth day (1:14-19). 1:3-5

    God spends one-sixth of his entire creative effort (the second day) working on a solid firmament. This strange structure, which God calls heaven, is intended to separate the higher waters from the lower waters. 1:6-8

    Plants are made on the third day before there was a sun to drive their photosynthetic processes (1:14-19). 1:11

    In an apparent endorsement of astrology, God places the sun, moon, and stars in the firmament so that they can be used “for signs”. This, of course, is exactly what astrologers do: read “the signs” in the Zodiac in an effort to predict what will happen on Earth. 1:14

    “He made the stars also.” God spends a day making light (before making the stars) and separating light from darkness; then, at the end of a hard day’s work, and almost as an afterthought, he makes the trillions of stars. 1:16

    “And God set them in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth.” 1:17

    God commands us to “be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over … every living thing that moveth upon the earth.” 1:28

    “I have given you every herb … and every tree … for meat.”
    Since many plants have evolved poisons to protect against animals that would like to eat them, God’s advice is more than a little reckless. Would you tell your children to go out in the garden and eat whatever plants they encounter? Of course not. But then, you are much nicer and smarter than God. 1:29

    “He rested.”
    Even God gets tired sometimes. 2:2

    “The tree of life … and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.”
    God created two magic trees: the tree of life and the tree of knowledge. Eat from the the first, and you live forever (3:22); eat from the second and you’ll die the same day (2:17). (Or that’s what God said, anyway. Adam ate from the tree of knowledge and lived for another 930 years or so (5:5). But he never got a chance to eat from the tree of life. God prevented him from eating from the tree of life before Adam could eat from the tree, become a god, and live forever.) 2:9

    • The writer of keeplookingupblog.com was kind enough to answer your criticisms of Genesis for me… as a respected man in ministry, he was much better able (and more patient) to answer your questions than I. Something I need to work on. Anyway… some things to think about:

      God creates light and separates light from darkness, and day from night, on the first day. Yet he didn’t make the light producing objects (the sun and the stars) until the fourth day (1:14-19). 1:3-5 ——This is assuming that the sun and stars are the ultimate source of light. God is the creator of light in its essence and puts it into what He wants to. The sun was designated as the primary light source for the earth and the moon by way of reflection. The stars obviously produced light of their own–by design, but are not the essence of it either. The light that God created was much greater than any of the objects that produce light to one degree or another.

      God spends one-sixth of his entire creative effort (the second day) working on a solid firmament. This strange structure, which God calls heaven, is intended to separate the higher waters from the lower waters. 1:6-8 ——-Most of Genesis 1 is a re-creation of a world that had gone through a massive cataclysm. The prophet Jeremiah describes a the world as having been totally destroyed. The water, land mass, and even air were a jumble. This is what is being described in Genesis 1:2. Verse 1 describes the absolute beginning of creation while verse 2 in the original Hebrew describes the original creation having become a chaos. From that verse on, God re-did it all. There are not many references to this cataclysmic state, but they are definitely there.

      Plants are made on the third day before there was a sun to drive their photosynthetic processes (1:14-19). 1:11 ———Who are we to say that God didn’t create the whole process, leaving it dormant as seeds normally are until they’re planted? God then created the sun which set the whole photosynthesis process into motion.

      In an apparent endorsement of astrology, God places the sun, moon, and stars in the firmament so that they can be used “for signs”. This, of course, is exactly what astrologers do: read “the signs” in the Zodiac in an effort to predict what will happen on Earth. 1:14 ————Saying that God apparently endorsed astrology is a faulty assumption. God created astronomy and uses that as “signs” which have absolutely nothing to do with astrology. Astrologers try to use the God-created constellations to predict the future—which God condemns because man does not have the wisdom or knowledge to go there. God however has used comets, formation of the constellations and many other stellar objects to make announcements of coming events. There are many examples of this. Even though man cannot foretell the future without special knowledge given to him by the God of creation, there are those that try and sometimes are even partially right. This is due to the fact that even the devil has some knowledge of things that mankind has no access to. He opts to give parts of it to further his own nefarious agenda and uses men as pawns.

      “He made the stars also.” God spends a day making light (before making the stars) and separating light from darkness; then, at the end of a hard day’s work, and almost as an afterthought, he makes the trillions of stars. 1:16 ———–No where does it say that God made the trillions of stars at the end of a hard day’s work separating the light from darkness, etc. That’s a sarcastic comment without any backing.

      “And God set them in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth.” 1:17 ———Man trying to imagine how God did everything He did is like an insect trying to describe how a 747 is built to stay up in the sky, or how the Rolls Royce jet engines work. We laugh at what sounds absurd to us but we are the ones that are going to be exposed as the fools if we refuse to accept the fact that there might be someone smarter than us—maybe even an all-powerful eternal Being that is the source of all that we know.

      God commands us to “be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over … every living thing that moveth upon the earth.” 1:28 ——-It’s interesting that the word “replenish” is used. That seems to indicate that the world is to be re-populated. This would go along with the fact that something happened to cause the cataclysm described in Genesis 1:2

      “I have given you every herb … and every tree … for meat.”
      Since many plants have evolved poisons to protect against animals that would like to eat them, God’s advice is more than a little reckless. Would you tell your children to go out in the garden and eat whatever plants they encounter? Of course not. But then, you are much nicer and smarter than God. 1:291` ———–The garden of Eden was perfect before Adam and Eve disobeyed God. There were no poisonous plants, nor were there weeds, thistles, etc. After the fall of Adam and Eve, everything changed, but it didn’t happen overnight. It was gradual. One can see this in the Biblical record.

      “He rested.”
      Even God gets tired sometimes. 2:2 ——–God resting after the six days of work in Genesis 1 has more to do with a pattern that He was laying out for man. Man needs a day of rest, and He also needs to take a day for His relationship with His Creator. That’s what the Sabbath was originally set aside for. I sincerely doubt that God needs the rest as much as we do.

      “The tree of life … and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.”
      God created two magic trees: the tree of life and the tree of knowledge. Eat from the the first, and you live forever (3:22); eat from the second and you’ll die the same day (2:17). (Or that’s what God said, anyway. Adam ate from the tree of knowledge and lived for another 930 years or so (5:5). But he never got a chance to eat from the tree of life. God prevented him from eating from the tree of life before Adam could eat from the tree, become a god, and live forever.) 2:9 ———-The story of man’s creation, his fall, and God’s provision for his restoration through God’s own sacrifice is what the Bible is really all about. Man’s death was initially a spiritual death because fellowship with his Creator was broken. His physical death, like the curse on all creation, took time to take hold. It took Adam’s perfect body 930 to learn how to die, but die he did. He had been created to live forever. As the record is followed through the generations that followed Adam, man’s lifespan got shorter and shorter–especially after the great flood. At that point the terrarium type atmosphere changed and rays from the sun got through that had not in the past. By the time Abraham lived, he only lived 175 years. His grandson Joseph died at 110. This trend continued as the earth got more and more defiled and as creation itself balked at the evil that was becoming more and more prominent. The tree of life was put in the garden for the first couple to prove their love to their Creator and put their God-given will to use. When they failed, which of course did not catch God off guard, the Tree of Life was removed from them so that they would not live in a fallen condition forever. At the end of the Bible on can see that everything has gone full cycle and the Tree of Life is once again in place. It is easy to ridicule something if one does not understand “the rest of the story”. To this date, this one book is the only one that has been able to prove itself again and again historically, archaeologically, scientifically, astronomically, and prophetically, and so many other ways. Time and again we find that the real author who directed the 40 or so writers was omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent. Man in all his intellectual prowess is not able to hold a candle to the One that created him to begin with. This Creator stands outside of time and has the past, present, and future in His sovereign control. We don’t understand it all; in fact some things are rather challenging to the human mind. Yet, when a human follows through and bows his knee to this one and only Creator God, understanding of difficult things begins to filter into our very limited brain. The best thing of it all is that a human being then, and not until then, begins to experience the restoration of relationship with his Creator God that can only happen by humbling oneself enough to acknowledge who He really is, and accept His terms of restoration—which are not negotiable. The benefit of being in right standing with Him is that we humans get to live out a destiny that lasts for an eternity. We in our temporarily very limited capacities cannot even fathom what this great God has in store for His own…

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