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Evolution Gets The Order of Creation Wrong!
Ann Coulter said, "Although God believers don't need evolution to be false, atheists need evolution to be true." Is this a true statement? No. Not even close. If you are a Christian, and you say evolution is true, you are saying the Bible is false and cannot be trusted.
For example, here is a rough comparision of the order things "happened" in evolution and the Biblical order of creation. They are very different. Believing evolution happened means you believe God got the order of creation wrong. If the Bible is wrong about that, can you trust the Bible in other areas?
EVOLUTION: The sun forms before the earth.
THE BIBLE: The earth is created as a ball of water. Then dry land and then plants. AFTER THAT the sun, moon and stars are created.
EVOLUTION: Fish evolve into existence, then plants, next land animals, and finally, after millions and millions of years, birds.
THE BIBLE: Plants are created first. Then both fish and birds are created on the same day. Then land animals and humans are created on the next day.
EVOLUTION: Land animals evolved and then tens of millions of years later birds evolved from dinosaurs.
THE BIBLE: Birds were created the day BEFORE dinosaurs (land animals) were created.
Evolution Means Christianity Is Destroyed
EVOLUTION: Death comes into the world as soon as the first single cell organism spontaneously forms from non-living chemicals.
THE BIBLE: Death does not enter the world until Adam disobeys God.
Based on evolution, death not only comes into the world before sin, but natural selection uses death as the tool to drive evolution. Based on evolution death is good because it eliminates weak mutations and selects improved organisms to reproduce and spread their "improvements." Based on the Bible death is our enemy and will be destroyed.
Based on evolution, since death came into the world before sin, it is not a consequence of sin. So, if evolution is true, why did Jesus die on the cross? .... Silence -- there is no answer. His death accomplished nothing. Death is a normal part of an evolving universe. Death simply gets rid of the unfit and those who are less able to survive. So Jesus died because he was less fit and there was no purpose for the cross. Christianity is a false, empty, religion.
Trust the Bible, exactly and plainly as it was written. God gave us truth that can be understood exactly as it was written. God has protected and preserved that truth. Trust the truth of God in His word.
For more information:
Evolution/Long Ages Contradicts Genesis Order of Creation (CMI Article)
Responding to Theistic Evolution (CIM Article)
Exposing the Connection: How Evolution Impacts Morality (AIG Article).
Evolutionary Creation (Theistic Evolution) and Other Nonsense (28:30 CMI Video)
THE ANSWER IS...
Jesus does not promise to take away all your troubles. He promises those will get worse. But, Jesus does promise to free you from worry and anxiety.
How does that work?
The Bible says, Be anxious for nothing... (Philippians 4:6) Why? When you trust Jesus, no matter what happens in this life, you will spend eternity with God... and that is VERY GOOD.
And do not be afraid of those who kill the body but are unable to kill the soul; but rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell. - Matthew 10:28
Who can destroy your body and soul? Only God. (Not Satan) However, God does not send you to hell, you do that when you disobey God. However, God created hell, aka. the lake of fire, the second death (Revelation 21:8).
You can be rescued. Jesus Christ (God) died on the cross to save all those who believe in Him... all those who trust Him to pay their just penalty for disobeying God.
Trust in Jesus and you'll know your time on earth is like a wisp of smoke that vanishes in the wind. Trust that Jesus did pay YOUR penalty for sin. Repent. Turn away from disobeying God.
Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved. (Acts 16:31) and there will no longer be a reason for worry or anxiety.