: Evolution VS Creation
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Page Five

Who wrote that?

Wherefore, if God so clothe the grass of the field.”

Matthew: apostle, quoting Jesus

From the earliest days, evolution naturally appealed chiefly to those with an anti-mathematical bias, Darwin among them. There were exceptions, of course, but on the whole the great leaders of physical science in the nineteenth century – Clerk Maxwell, Faraday, Kelvin and others – regarded it with skepticism. And from that day to this, the most dogmatic evolutionists have very often been anti-mathematical in their outlook.”

Robert Clark: author


We began that seminar to discuss how this marvelous organ might have evolved. For an hour we argued round and round in circles. It was obvious evolution was clearly impossible. All the specialized and complex cells that make up our eyes are supposed to have evolved because of advantageous mutations in some more simple cells that were there before. But what use is a hole in the front of the eye to allow light to pass through if there are no cells at the back of the eye to receive the light? What use is a lens forming an image if there is no nervous system to interpret that image? How could a visual nervous system have evolved before there was an eye to give it information?"

Sylvia Baker: author


Since reproduction is a condition of evolution, it cannot be a product of it.”

Finis Dake: Bible scholar


It is clear that the doctrine of evolution is directly antagonistic to that of creation…Evolution, if consistently accepted, makes it impossible to believe in the Bible.”

T.H. Huxley: lecturer


If evolution ever worked, it should be working today so that every form or stage of development could be seen as proof that the lower forms of life will eventually be the higher in the age to come. Is it not strange that the process has been at a standstill for the period man has been on earth to observe the law of evolution?”

Finis Dake: Bible scholar


The ruling classes seized upon them (Darwin’s books) as representing the last word in science and Darwinian catchwords were bandied to and from by those who could not get their way except by graft and intrigue.”

Robert Clark: author

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