Monday, April 11, 2011

Origins of Man, Celebrating Our Creator!


This is the first in hopefully what will be a long line of, "Marvelous Mondays!"  Monday is where we will celebrate the marvelous works of El Elyon, Creator and King of the Universe! 

"I will praise You, O LORD, with my whole heart;
         I will tell of all Your marvelous works.
 I will be glad and rejoice in You;
         I will sing praise to Your name, O Most High."
Psalm 9:1-2

Disclaimer: This is a celebration of our Creator, not a debate.  While most of my readers have a Creation basis for their Scientific reading material, I am well aware that there are those who are reading this post that do not agree with Creation.  If this information is emotionally disturbing for you, please use your Internet time wisely by viewing another website. 
Thank you.

"The question of our origin is of supreme importance: it is the basis of our identity and destiny. The models with which we identify profoundly influence our behavior: the man who believes he came from a beast may be more inclined to behave like a beast. The image is not only degrading, but dangerous."
~William Fix

"Does what you believe about origins affect your worldview? Do origin assumptions provide a foundation upon which important moral questions are answered? Many creationists have advanced the idea that what one believes about creation and evolution affects his or her worldview. Empirical studies in this area are, however, lacking. By advancing a hypothesis that does not have empirical support, creationists are seen by some in the "mainstream" scientific community as extreme and unscientific [10].
This paper reports on a study involving the development and implementation of a survey of science teachers to ascertain the relationship between their belief in creation or evolution and their moral views. The research hypothesis, that there is a relationship between one's origins belief and his or her moral view, is supported. The secondary hypothesis, that the more one believes in creation, the more positive his or her moral views, also is supported.
On the specific questions of intimacy, there also appears to be a relationship at the later stages in the expected direction. That is, the more the subject believes in creation, the less he or she is willing to morally accept sexual intercourse between two unmarried consenting people. Recommendations for further study are included along with the survey instrument."
"Knowing from Scripture that God didn’t create any apemen, there are only three ways for the evolutionist to create one:
Three Ways to Make an Apeman
  1. Combine ape fossil bones with human fossil bones and declare the two to be one individual—a real “apeman.”
  2. Emphasize certain humanlike qualities of fossilized ape bones, and with imagination upgrade apes to be more humanlike.
  3. Emphasize certain apelike qualities of fossilized human bones, and with imagination downgrade humans to be more apelike.
These three approaches account for all of the attempts by evolutionists to fill the unbridgeable gap between apes and men with fossil apemen."

Have you ever wondered if there might be evidence that we all descended from one family...recently? 

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