Evolution? Darwin Wasn't First
were men tinkering with what we call "evolution" even back among Greek philosophers centuries ago. But it came to
a head when Charles Darwin visited Galapagos Island, then wrote "The Origin of the Species" in 1869. That group
of islands is about 700 miles west of Equador, South America, out in the Pacific Ocean.
the middle of nowhere, you might say. But he saw all the various plants, birds, and so on, and somehow decided that all that
evolved from "something," and now here we are.
This has been a thing
with me, ever snce I first heard of the famous "Monkey Trial" which was back in 1925, when schoolteacher John Scopes
was fined $100 for teaching Darwinism, which had been outlawed in Tennessee.
trial pitted evangelist William Jennings Bryan, the "Billy Graham" of his day, against a famous defense attorney,
Clarence Darrow, who stood on "freedom of speech." Schoolteacher Scopes was convicted but his fine was overturned
on an appeal, but evolution got its giant boost, and is strong today, despite the fact that I feel it takes much more faith
to believe in it, than in God's Creation. I'm so strong on Creation that I wrote a book that should convince anyone.
I call it "Evolution vs Creation," and it's on my website www.billthorntonconquests.com Check it out.
Here's a thought for the evolutionist: If it's true, why, and HOW, did evolution create
both man and woman? If everything came from something that washed up on a beach, how and why did it divide into two sexes.
And where did the earth and ocean beach come from. And how did this piece of matter live until lungs, heart, brain, and all
those necessary-for-life and sex items developed, when the "thing" would be a living human.
Or if you believe in God's Creation, as I do, what if God had created two men, instead of a man and a
woman. For one thing, that's as far as humanity would have gotten, because it takes a man and a woman, to make a baby.
Use a spoon or whatever, but a man and a man, or a woman and a woman, aren't going to keep the world going.
Believe in God. You'll sleep better.