The Narrative of Evolution

O Timothy! Guard what was committed to your trust, avoiding the profane and idle babblings and contradictions of what is falsely called knowledge—by professing it some have strayed concerning the faith. Grace be with you. Amen.

(1 Timothy 6:20-21) NKJV

The Peer Review driven narrative for the origin of humanity is that the Bible is wrong and that it took 4.6 billion years for primordial ooze to turn into humans through random chance. You can argue details but that’s it.

As so often happens, however, technology and young agile minds outpaced the Peer Review narrative for a while. Christian intellectuals like Ken Ham were able to realize major flaws in the Evolution narrative and they exposed them. Little things, like the fact that it’s thermodynamically impossible for cellular life to create itself, started to pop up.

The Peer Review propaganda machine shored up Evolution by divesting it of the need to create life. It made that a separate process and called it Abiogenesis. They can no honestly claim that evolution has noting to do with the origin of life. This put Christians on the back foot again as they still, to this day, insist on arguing against a definition of Evolution which no one else uses.

The experimental basis on which Evolution has been built can just as easily be used as evidence for creation by simply changing the premise which has been used to interpret it. We can call it devolution and place it in its scriptural context:

Devolution is the process of genetic change over time by which the animal kinds saved on Noah’s ark gave rise to the current distribution of biodiversity.

– Devolution, context

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