Contributed by Paul Wallace on Mar 25, 2009
It was because of the death of his daughter that Charles Darwin couldn't make sense of a loving God. This seemed to put him on his path to finding a way to take God out of the creation story.
Contributed by Michael Walther on Jun 20, 2011
DARWIN KISSED AND CRIED OVER EVOLUTION
Shortly after Charles Darwin and his wife Emma were married, Emma wrote Charles a letter. In her letter Emma warned Darwin about believing things that can’t be proved and of recognizing the limitations of our minds... That there are things "which if true
Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Jul 8, 2009
EVOLUTION, DARWIN AND NATURAL SELECTION--FOR CARS
Take a mental walk with me outside. I want us to look at some cars together. If possible, let's find a new one. While you're standing there admiring the beauty of that sparkling new automobile, let's imagine my saying to you rather quietly, "You
Contributed by Bruce Howell on Feb 2, 2009
In 1833 Charles Darwin went to the South Sea Islands looking for the so-called “missing link.” As he studied the cannibals who lived there he concluded that no creatures were more primitive and hw as convinced that nothing on earth could possible lift them to a higher level. He thought that he
Contributed by John Bright on Jan 17, 2021
One day the zoo-keeper noticed that the monkey was reading two books - the Bible and Darwin's The Origin of Species. In surprise he asked the ape, "Why are you reading both those books"?
"Well," said the monkey, "I just wanted to know if I was my brother's keeper
Shake it together! If we placed the parts of a wrist watch in a bag and began to shake it; how long do you think it would be, before it came together, and function properly? Both the world and the watch had a creator, designer, and maker.
The world did not begin as a result of a big bang. God
Contributed by Herman Abrahams on Aug 31, 2003
The existence of the universe requires me to conclude that God exists.—Robert A. Naumann, Professor of Chemistry and Physics at Princeton University* [Quoted in John Ankerberg and John Weldon’s Darwin’s
A molecular biologist named Michael Behe came to believe in Intelligent Design through his study of life at the Cellular level. He wrote a book about it called Darwin’s Black Box. Behe says that it’s only in the last 10 to 15 years that we have learned about fundamental proteins, DNA structure,
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 6, 2002
Most important of all, the discoveries of molecular biologists, far from strengthening Darwin’s claims, are throwing more and more doubt on traditional Darwinian evolution. They say that biochemicals are now known to be so enormously complex that “quite explicit instructions” were necessary for
The problem for Evolutionists is that the Fossil Record does NOT show gradual development. Instead it shows what is known as the Cambrian Explosion. This is the sudden appearance of animal life, fully formed and unchanged up to the present --- with no record of fossil ancestors prior to them.
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 16, 2006
Wal-Mart sees more than 90 million customers a week. MacDonald’s sees 45 million a day.
Contributed by Chris Jordan on Nov 18, 2010
FOSSIL EVIDENCE FOR EVOLUTION
In his introduction to the 150th anniversary edition of Darwin's The Origin of Species, Ray Comfort notes, "Darwin acknowledged that the absence of intermediates put his theory in doubt, but he attributed their lack to the scarcity of fossils at that time -- and he
Contributed by Lynn Floyd on May 4, 2001
William Provine of Cornell University said, “Darwinism is not just about mutations and fossils, it is a comprehensive philosophy stating that all of life can be explained by natural causes acting randomly—which implies that there is no need for the Creator. And if God
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 16, 2006
Brands that mass customize, take control of their distribution and understand the impact of emerging technologies will do well. “Those that create undifferen-tiated products and sell anything that walks will eventually go out of business,” says Scott Bedbury, CEO of Brand-stream. Frederich
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 28, 2002
The prominent evolutionist William Provine of Cornell University candidly conceded that if Darwinism is true, then there are five inescapable implications: there’s no evidence for God; there’s no life after death; there’s no absolute foundation for right and wrong; there’s no ultimate
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 18, 2011
THE BIBLE FOUND ME
G. Campbell Morgan had already enjoyed some success as a preacher by the time he was 19 years old. But then he was attacked by doubts about the Bible. The writings of various scientists and agnostics disturbed him (e.g., Charles Darwin, John Tyndall, Thomas Huxley, and Herbert
Contributed by Tim Hinrichs on Feb 7, 2012
THE NEXT BILLY GRAHAM
Baptist author and leader Russell Moore said recently: "The next Jonathan Edwards might be the man driving in front of you with the Darwin Fish bumper decal. The next Charles Wesley might be a ... profanity-spewing hip-hop artist right now. The next Billy Graham might be
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 7, 2013
IS THERE HOPE FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF EVANGELICALS?
Russell Moore recounts a conversation with the evangelical theologian Carl Henry. As Moore and some of his friends were lamenting the miserable shape of the church, they asked Dr. Henry if he saw any hope in the coming generation of
Questions about the mysteries of life and its origins have always fascinated thinking people. Where shall we go for answers?
Leave such inquiries to science, some would say. That is not the domain of faith and religious inquiry.
There was a most interesting article in March 1998 National
Contributed by Philip Cairns on Feb 1, 2002
GOING NO WHERE FAST
In his book "Growing Strong in the Seasons of Life", the author Charles Swindoll tells a story about the 19th Century agnostic Thomas Huxley (some of you might know that it was Huxley who promoted Darwinism and Humanism in his attacks on Christianity). Huxley was in Dublin