Only in a land of

Published August 20th, 2005 by Bobby Henderson

Only in a land of fairy tales and disney lands can people believe that “things” just poof “appear”.

Evolution uses monkeys, time and chance to explain how everything came to be. The fool says in his heart there is no God, so I will prove to you that you are that fool. Take the evolution theory (which is your only choice), rewind it in your mind until you get to the Big Bang…now pause. How did those original molecules come into being?

Poof, fairy tales…they just appeared out of nothing, nowhere.

Ok so who is the dummy here, me or you? I got reality on my side and you dont and here is the obvious point you missed though you stare at it everyday…: Complex objects dont appear from nothing, be it a car, airplane, computer chip they all have a designer and strenous efforts to make them, any slip in the manufacturing process screws it all up.

I have reality on my side…I believe in a Designer: God., the God of the Bible that explained creation to your ancestors and could to you but you are stubborn as heck, Id say even more then a mule.

There are NO transistionary fossils in the record (ie. half bird, half fish) The second law of thermo-dynamics conclude that everything is falling apart, not evolving into mor complex entities.

How come we still have Apes if they evolved into humans? Apes are there to show how foolish you evolutionists are.

YOu could hide behind your “I dont believe that, I simply believe in the meatball theory” Then my theory on you being a fool would be obviously clear and intact.

And if you still think you are so smart and wise,to be above a Biblical God theory, allowt me ask your wife how you really are and it should silence you.

David Dorozan

59 Responses to “Only in a land of”

  1. Uomo Felice Della Pasta says:

    There are theories about how there are conditions which provide all the resources for life, I chose to follow the many worlds theory. For every possibility, there is a universe in which it is a reality, so there are many universes in which life is possible. As for the big bang, something must have happened to create such a tremendous burst of energy. This may have been everything imploding upon itself, we can already see the energy from the big bang lessening, and instead of the universe expanding it will start to fall in upon itself until everything collides and another big bang occurs, and who knows how many times this cycle has repeated itself, or indeed how many times it will do so?

  2. Davey says:

    Big bang = every time traveller in the entire history of the universe, all arriving at the same time, in the same place.
    Moral: if you ever do happen to find yourself in possession of a fully functioning time machine, the thought “I wonder how far back this thing can go?” is NOT to be pursued.
    Or perhaps it’d be better if you did. Ouch, I think I just paradoxed meself…

  3. Uomo Felice Della Pasta says:

    Actually, it can’t be in the history of the universe. The past, present AND future of the universe.

  4. Mike Meier says:

    Nice touch — Godâ„¢

  5. Lamna says:

    Ouch paradoxs hurt, you should have been there when i tryed to kill my grandad. Of and if the second law means that life cant evolve it means that you cant build a car, or make a better computer, or evan learn anything.

  6. nikkiee says:

    You are a man of many talents!
    @ Davey
    Big bang = every time traveller in the entire history of the universe, all arriving at the same time, in the same place.
    Travellers at the End of Time? Micheal Moorcock (never did find out if Moorcock was his rel family name) Another eloquent Englishman. I think he be a pirate.

  7. One Eyed Jack says:

    One must be flexible like His Noodly Appendage.

  8. nikkiee says:

    Well yes OEJ
    I think you are blessed to be an aspiring theologian and not the prophet himself. Three oars and a dog would command a great deal of flexibility!!

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