The Missing Link Between Creation & Evolution?


God Created Man.
The hearts and intellect of Mankind have been evolving throughout times; although sometimes this evolution can be quite narrow-minded – this is the case of a theory called Evolutionism.

Evolutionism is trying to convince us that humans evolved gradually from monkeys, fish and, more recently, from lemurs. This process was very slow, taken place over many generations; resulting in several changes in their physical characteristics.
I could work with this because whenever I look at some people’s face, indeed, I do see a parrot, a monkey (simian-like people), a lemur (those people with huge, protruding, eyes), a lizard, a dog etc...I could be led into thinking that individuals who resemble these animals may have evolved from certain creatures...
However, Evolutionism has not, does not and never will explain the origin of creation properly; and more importantly the purpose of creation.

Creationism: God Created Man.
Evolutionism: That’s an absurd. It can’t be proven. Man is the result of an evolution.
Creationism: Ok; let’s hear it – evolution from what?
Evolutionism: Darwin, for example, said we evolved from animals.
Creationism: All right. And animals evolved from what?
Evolutionism: Animals were initially organisms that were bound to improve themselves and were subject to complex progressive changes.
Creationism: “bound to improve themselves”...Bound by Whom?
Evolutionism: By the Primordial Soup (where organic molecules could be created in an oxygen-less atmosphere through the action of sunlight). Then the process of cellularization took place (formation of primitive lipids in the surface metabolism, which led to the formation of lipid membranes, which evolved to self-supporting lipid membranes and closed cells [called pre-cells as inasmuch as they allow frequent exchange of genetic material, by fusion] which caused the existence of life and a rapid early evolution).
Creationism: Hmm...However, Who created the proper environment so that the Primordial Soup could come into existence (bounding, thus, organisms to improve themselves)? And why?
Evolutionism: ...............................................................................

Let’s join hands...


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Comments

  1. An interesting trajectory in your approach here Max…I like the dialogue approach…

    With the use of the term “Evolutionism” you unpack the theory of evolution in its philosophical children…it is thus simply another “ism”…for many this is a provocation…

    As life forms (carbon based units) on this planet require similar living conditions it is understandable that there are some similarities. Also it takes very little variation in the genetic data to form an enormous variance in life form.

    Would you accept microevolution (change within a species, for example variances in dogs) as opposed to macroevolution (change from one species to another (for example most evolutionary models assert that bats and blue whales have a common ancestor)…

    The genetic compilations beyond and inclusive of RNA and DNA provide fertile and profound problems for many forms of evolutionary theory however the Creator seems to have endowed His living creations with a dynamic ability to adapt and succeed…however this is broken by the Fall in the Garden…

    The chief engine being natural selection also appears to be working by looking into a cracked mirror…it is not compelling…fortunately most proponents of “Evolutionism” are even more dry and arrogant than most theologians…

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  2. Whenever someone starts talking to me about the theory of evolution, I just smile and think to myself that man cannot even begin to comprehend what really took place in the creation. I think that some day after we die, we will all be shown how it was done, and all of us, both religious and non-religious, will be surprised!

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  4. For me, I'll take a pinch of both thank you! Now is that called sitting on the fence or having a bet each way or what? LOL

    What I really would like to know is who created God? But I think I'll have to wait till I get to heaven (touch wood) to find that one out.

    Now for your question (this may set a cat among the pigeons but here goes), "The missing link between Creation & Evolution?":

    Does "Intelligent Design" ring a bell?

    Take Care,
    Peter

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  5. Sorry, but I just can not not believe in evolution. I'm a Darwin girl!

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  6. Max:

    I'm with Peter. I like my coffee with both cream and sugar.

    Happy trails.

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  7. Hey LSus :D!

    "An interesting trajectory in your approach here Max…I like the dialogue approach…"

    Thank you, mate *bowing*...

    "With the use of the term “Evolutionism” you unpack the theory of evolution in its philosophical children…it is thus simply another “ism”…for many this is a provocation…"

    A provocation? Come now...you know I would not provoke people in this fashion *nodding*. But, like I said, the Evolution Theory is a bit narrow-minded in the way it rejects other theories, simply because it can understand things outside its own box.

    "Would you accept microevolution (change within a species, for example variances in dogs) as opposed to macroevolution (change from one species to another (for example most evolutionary models assert that bats and blue whales have a common ancestor)…"

    I do not discard any type of evolution; only this evolution cannot be void of a creationist content, for it doesn't make sense to be so...know what I mean?

    "The genetic compilations beyond and inclusive of RNA and DNA provide fertile and profound problems for many forms of evolutionary theory however the Creator seems to have endowed His living creations with a dynamic ability to adapt and succeed…"

    I am inclined to agree with you...

    "The chief engine being natural selection also appears to be working by looking into a cracked mirror…it is not compelling…fortunately most proponents of “Evolutionism” are even more dry and arrogant than most theologians…"

    Again, I must agree with you, LS...

    LSus, thank you ever so much for your input (I loved your comment; but I absolutely loved your article...I really did) :D!

    Cheers

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  8. Hey D! :D

    "Whenever someone starts talking to me about the theory of evolution, I just smile and think to myself that man cannot even begin to comprehend what really took place in the creation."

    I totally agree with you.

    "I think that some day after we die, we will all be shown how it was done, and all of us, both religious and non-religious, will be surprised!"

    LOL you know what? I agree, once again...

    D, thank you so much for your input: I agree :D!

    Cheers

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  9. Hey Peter :D!

    "For me, I'll take a pinch of both thank you! Now is that called sitting on the fence or having a bet each way or what? LOL"

    LOL LOL No, no sitting on the fence here...it is simply your opinion, and I appreciate it a lot :D! I defend that both theories should join hands for their joint contribution would benefit us much more than their petty disagreements.

    "What I really would like to know is who created God? But it think I'll have to wait till I get to heaven (touch wood) to find that one out."

    LOL that is a good question. But like you said: we will know once we get Home.

    "Now for your question (this may set a cat among the pigeons but here goes), "The missing link between Creation & Evolution?": Does "Intelligent Design" ring a bell?"

    Oh yes...it does :D!

    Peter, my mate, thank you so so much for your awesome comment: I loved it :D!

    Cheers

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  10. Hey Zhu :D!

    "Sorry, but I just can not not believe in evolution. I'm a Darwin girl!"

    You are a Darwin girl and you do not believe in evolution? Hmm...

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  11. Hey Swu :D!

    "I'm with Peter. I like my coffee with both cream and sugar."

    LOL I hear you, man.

    Thanks for your input (I missed you already) :D!

    Cheers

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  12. Ciao Max,

    Do I believe in the Theory of Creation? Yes, I do!
    Do I believe that it might be some form of life, other than ours, out there? I may believe.
    Do I believe in the Theory of Evolution? Perhaps I should for we are constantly evolving (physically, intellectually and spiritually): we are bound to keep searching for something.

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  13. Hi Max,

    Believing in the theory that we evolved from apes: then what exactly compelled some of those creatures to transform their ways and become "Homo Sapiens"? Were they bound to or driven to? Either way, for that event to take place proper conditions had to be set, right?
    What triggered the Will Power, the Big Bang and ultimately Nature? Furthermore, Who designed Nature?

    Max, great article: congrats!!

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  14. Well written, Max. Your inquiry is concise and to-the-point with the major concepts.

    This conflict in ideas has been active in my mind for as long as I remember, going back to elementary school years. In those I days I would walk home with my sister or friends after school, discussing what might be outside our universe, and then what might be beyond that, and on and on, ad infinitum...

    It's hard to see the "birth" of our cosmos as randomly generated by a chance meeting of molecules and select conditions, the odds of which, scientists admit, are one in MILLIONS!

    Personally, I think the Creator initiated evolutionary process. But what existed before that? I don't think we are designed to know the answer, Max.

    Hugs to you.

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  15. As usual Max, super post.

    For me it's both, my evolution in getting to know the creator...God on a very emotional and very personal level through Jesus Christ with the guidance, support and leading of the Holy Spirit.

    So many questions that only God has the answers for and reveals to me personally through his word, but also the people places and events he has put in my path in my adventure to find these answers.

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  16. Should mention as well, Livingsword has been a major person God has put in my path to answer some of these questions, my visit with him in Vancouver was God sent, something I will never forget and treasure forever.

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  17. Ciao Dux :D!

    "Do I believe in the Theory of Evolution? Perhaps I should for we are constantly evolving (physically, intellectually and spiritually): we are bound to keep searching for something."

    Very well said, man! *applauding*

    Dux, thank you so much for your great input :D!

    Cheers

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  18. Hi C.C :D!

    "Believing in the theory that we evolved from apes: then what exactly compelled some of those creatures to transform their ways and become "Homo Sapiens"? Were they bound to or driven to? Either way, for that event to take place proper conditions had to be set, right?
    What triggered the Will Power, the Big Bang and ultimately Nature? Furthermore, Who designed Nature?"

    Excellent questions; to which I have one answer only: God.

    "Max, great article: congrats!!"

    Thanks, guys *bowing*.

    C.C, thank you ever so much for your brilliant comment :D!

    Cheers

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  19. Hi Lynda :D!

    "Well written, Max. Your inquiry is concise and to-the-point with the major concepts."

    Thank you *bowing*!

    "This conflict in ideas has been active in my mind for as long as I remember, going back to elementary school years. In those I days I would walk home with my sister or friends after school, discussing what might be outside our universe, and then what might be beyond that, and on and on, ad infinitum..."

    *nodding as I reminisce*...I know the feeling...

    "It's hard to see the "birth" of our cosmos as randomly generated by a chance meeting of molecules and select conditions, the odds of which, scientists admit, are one in MILLIONS!"

    It just can't be enough...there must be a Higher Force & Purpose...

    "Personally, I think the Creator initiated evolutionary process. But what existed before that? I don't think we are designed to know the answer, Max."

    I agree with you. You may be right on that one, darling...you may be right.

    Lynda, thank you so much for your brilliant input :D!

    Hugs to you, my friend!

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  20. Hey Bob :D!

    "As usual Max, super post."

    Thank you, mate *bowing*!

    "For me it's both, my evolution in getting to know the creator...God on a very emotional and very personal level through Jesus Christ with the guidance, support and leading of the Holy Spirit."

    This is beautiful, Bob.

    "So many questions that only God has the answers for and reveals to me personally through his word, but also the people places and events he has put in my path in my adventure to find these answers."

    Beautiful...

    Bob, thank you ever so much for your gorgeous words of faith and hope :D! I missed you!

    Cheers

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  21. Bob,

    "Should mention as well, Livingsword has been a major person God has put in my path to answer some of these questions, my visit with him in Vancouver was God sent, something I will never forget and treasure forever."

    LS is a true blessing in anyone's life :D! Treasure his friendship for he is special...

    Cheers

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  22. from lemurs? Max where did you get this idea, lol. I think you forgot frogs, lol. Max I just don't care anymore, all I know that my mommy and daddy created meeeee! You are so much fun Max, and I always enjoy your posts dearly. Anna :) Hope all is well otherwise.

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  23. Hey Anna :D!

    LOL it wasn't me coming up with the lemurs theory...ask LS and his blog "Life on Creation" lol ;).

    And I am glad your parents created you: thank God :D!

    LOL I am glad you have fun with us here at MAX, darling! And know that things would not be the same without you :D: so, thank you very much *bowing*!

    Girl, thanks for your comment: loved it :D!

    Cheers

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