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Today’s Interesting Stuff – December 3rd, 2007

As this years begins winding to a close, we have one of those news days which just makes me happy.

Hugo Chavez, the communist thug who wanted to run things forever in Venezuela, has been told he can’t hang around any longer than 2012, his original term limit. Students formed a coalition and grassroots campaign to fight his power grabs, and because he’s still constrained by a constitution he must abide by the law. The Communist News Networks print mouthpiece, Time Magazine, had the temerity to call Chavez’ power grabs “reforms“.

They cannot stand the thought of not using murdered babies to try to improve lives. And they aren’t afraid to lie about it. There has not been a single case of successful treatment of any condition using human embryonic stem cells. The only reason the government is being petitioned to fund this research is because private industry will not.

And what of the propriety of the government funding research anyway? Is it the responsibility of the government to do such things? Consider another expensive project: space travel. Now consider such programs as the Ansari X Prize which encouraged the production of vehicles which can enter space and return with a usable payload twice in two weeks. Using private money and initiative. Can the space shuttle do that? Can the government do that?

The State of Texas School Board fired their science curriculum coordinator for sending around an article critical of Intelligent Design. And the ruckus begins. With baited headlines such as “Hey Science, Don’t Mess With Texas” from the Huffington Post (which is apparently a major Yahoo Op/Ed outlet now) and “Evolution: Don’t even talk about it in Texas” the frenzied crowds cry foul. However, where is the issue? I’m not going to make a judgment on whether the coordinator ought to have been fired, there may have been other issues which led up to this. It would be unwise to fire someone just for sending around a document such as this. But a common thread through this hue and cry is that Intelligent Design and Creationism are some super heavy-weights in the world stage which have dominated Evolutionary theory in education and elsewhere.

Now tell me this: which theory has had the greater part of the last 50 years to indoctrinate our youth, guide our scientific inquiry, and silence any and all public debate? It’s not Creationism or Intelligent Design. No, evolution, a theory without proof or even a preponderance of evidence beyond that offered by the need for man to be able to define himself apart from an omniscient God, has enjoyed all formal and official public support. Evolution is no spunky underdog in this fight, it is instead the 800 pound gorilla which has dominated all arguments and quashed all dissent. Evolution is a flighty, sensitive thing too, which does not allow argument or dissent.

Further joy from the religion of Peace. Thank God she has been pardoned and is back in the UK now. Though with the ‘peaceful’ nature of British Muslims, her safety may not be guaranteed at this point.

The hurricane season is over. It was average, low average. And less than was predicted.

If they can’t predict a single season, why do they think they can predict the end of the world?

Given The Authority

I wrote a response to Herman who had written about theistic evolution and here’s his response.

Hello, whoever you may be.

Thanks for writing.

No one walking on this Earth, besides myself, is an expert on Genesis. Do not

even listen to anyone else trying to expound what Genesis is saying, for they do

not understand the text. There is no “creation account” in Genesis. There is no

such thing as a “creation/evolution” contest. It is “evolution” verses the

“Observations of Moses”, given to Moses by God in 1598 BC, in biblical order,

as revealed by the Living Word (Jesus) in the Gospels.

The world of theology (and creationism) has never understood Genesis, so of

course they would not have told us about this earlier, since they never did their

“homework”. Each day in Genesis, from Gen. 1:2 thru 2:3 was a 24-hr day,

shown to Moses, taken from seven different weeks (1 day from Creation Week,

6 days from 6 restoration weeks), and each week was from a different geologic

age. Genesis chapter two covers about a 200 year period, starting in about 7200

BC, and has nothing to do with chapter one.

There was no “evolution”. There was Creation, followed by extinction, then six

periods of restorations, with five more extinction events in between. If you have

comments, issues, or questions, direct them to me (ephraim7@aol.com ), or read

the book “Moses Didn’t Write About Creation!”.

Why is it that you could not comprehend that the Fourth Day is the earliest in time,
then the fifth day, then the sixth day? The book further explains each day and the
time period that they were taken from.

If you have questions, I’m the one that has been given the authority to answer them.

Please advise,
Herman

Isn’t this the funniest thing ever!