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Evolution: The Old Pagan Religion
You will know them by their fruit!
So where did the idea of evolutionism come from? Is it a new idea? Is it science? What is the real reason why is started and why is it still presented as facts and scientific when it's anything but. Well the answers may surprise you.
That's right evolutionism is nothing more than an old pagan myth, that's original intent was to discredit the One True God, and the biblical account of Creation (sound familiar?). When we look at the history of Egypt it reveals the same beliefs. In one of these accounts devoid of any scientific foundation, we are told that snakes, frogs, worms and mice came into being from the mud of the River Nile when it ruptures its banks. Superstitious Egyptian beliefs speak of a supposed watery chaos is and of all life emerging spontaneously from it. The myth reads:
"In the beginning there was only water, a chaos of churning, bubbling water. The Egyptians called this Nu or Nun. It was out of Nu that everything began. .. Ra emerged out of primeval chaos, he came out of a blue giant lotus flower that appeared on the surface of the water..."
Now we understand that evolutionism is an old "scared" pagan religion. That survives on ridicule, censorship, lies and tax dollars. Evolutionism has held science back for 150 years. When you can’t question or challenge a model knowledge ceases to grow.
I'll concluded with a quote from Dr. Jason Lisle from Answers in Genesis "Evolution is anti-science and anti-knowledge. If evolution were true, science would not be possible because there would be no reason to accept the uniformity of nature upon which all science and technology depend. Nor would there be any reason to think that rational analysis would be possible since the thoughts of our mind would be nothing more than the inevitable result of mindless chemical reactions. Evolutionists are able to do science and gain knowledge only because they are inconsistent; professing to believe in evolution, while accepting the principles of biblical creation."