Guys, I already disproved science. But that didn’t stop some numbskull scientists from postulating a new scientific theory that the origin of life on Earth occurred deep underground. This theory rests on the discovery of genetically similar subterranean microbes all over the globe. And with the publication of this theory, we find a predictable argument in the comments section: Creationists and evolutionists bickering in a manner reminiscent of my dogs fighting over the chance to eat a crunchy poop.
Right now some people are like, “Jimmy, you love to comment on articles. I’m sure you chimed right in.”
No. I already I disproved science, so why would I defend evolution?
And they’re like, “We thought you were creationist.”
Pssh. No. Don’t insult my intelligence. I don’t believe in creationism. I certainly don’t believe in science. Like I said. I disproved it. Watch my video.
God’s trump card is, and has always been, that he was there when he created the earth and we weren’t. That’s why the creationist versus evolutionist debate is a stupid waste of time. We will never know for sure how God made the universe.
What’s more annoying than God’s trump card is when he plays it. The most memorable instance occurred in the Bible’s book of Job. After Job and his friends deliberated about why he suffered by losing his family, wealth, and health, God finally responded. He showed Job the Leviathan and Behemoth and asked,
“Where were you when I laid the earth’s foundation?
Tell me, if you understand.
Who marked off its dimensions? Surely you know!
Who stretched a measuring line across it?
On what were its footings set,
or who laid its cornerstone—
while the morning stars sang together
and all the angels shouted for joy?” – Job 38.
God really didn’t answer the questions about cosmic justice that Job and his friends asked. But his trump card silenced them. Too bad scientists can’t distill wisdom in their test tubes or else they would shut their mouths before God.
Can you scientists play a stronger hand than God? What cards do you hold when God himself stacked the deck for himself. Having created the world, he alone can describe it from his own infallible memory.
But here lies the next big problem: God uniquely crafted his account of creation to forever confound human so-called wisdom. Genesis will always be and has always been regarded as incorrect and mythological in any setting of human thought. No matter the school of philosophy that prevails, among those godlessly wise, they will always scoff at page one of the Bible.
The Richard Dawkins of our day make a living from scoffing at the Bible’s creation story. Nothing new under the sun. The humanists of previous centuries dressed in tweed suits, puffed on pipes, and declared God the creator dead. These men have long since returned to the dust from which God made them.
I don’t know if Aristotle read the Torah. But I can imagine him laughing at its beginning saying, “This Jewish creation myth does not mention all of the four elements. It forgets fire. It’s wrong.”
In fact, when Moses first read aloud from his first book, I bet some snide scoffer interrupted, raising his hand, and was like, “So Adam and Eve were the first humans, right? Uhh, where did Cain’s wife come from?” He was the first to die in the wilderness.
The word of God stands un-disproven, but rejected by every school of thought that has evolved within man’s collective imagination. This is contrapositve proof of the Bible. (I don’t even know what contrapositive means.)
Science now says life originated underground disproving the scientific proof that disproved the bible thereby undisproving the bible.
Since I first learned about evolution in the 1980’s, it was said that lightning struck primordial ooze giving life a virgin birth that culminated in mankind. This science disproved the Bible, I was told.
Now science changes its tune. Here come the studies, suggesting that life in fact formed deep underground far away from an ocean of primordial ooze and lightning. Gee, that’s funny. Science purportedly is strong enough to trump the Bible, yet the Bible has not changed its suit in thousands of years. Science proves itself the biggest wild card of them all.
When I hear that the earth itself gives forth life from underground, I can’t help but think of the exact quote of God in the Bible who says, “Let the earth bring forth living creatures according to their kinds” (Genesis 1) And it was so. The planet earth brought forth life, at God’s command.
Am I curious to know more about how God created life on the earth? Uhh, yea. But I already believe in and love a God I cannot see. That’s faith. Yet you refuse to believe in God until every last defiant objection of yours is answered. That’s pride. Don’t expect God to ever satisfy you with answers.
tbqh, I don’t really care about how the earth brings forth life from underground nearly as much as I care about how to bring forth crude oil from underground. But, hey, I’m a West Texas oil field trucker. Not a godless scientist. I make money by working, not pandering for research grants.