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Fossil evidence of early reptiles’ last meal

December 23, 2009 1 comment

(Nature News) – In the caves of a hilly Oklahoma ghost town, researchers have found what may be the first evidence of preserved insect remains in the mouths of fossilized vertebrates. The find is compelling evidence that early reptiles, the equivalent of modern-day lizards, fed on insects.

via Fossil evidence of early reptiles’ last meal : Nature News.

While this is quite an interesting find, it also points to a quick death. All these “amazing” finds can easily be explained by a sudden death, and then quick burial. These things which would have happened during a global flood. Yes, that flood, the one that God sent upon the Earth to cleanse it.

“It is extremely uncommon to find the remains of organisms in the mouths of fossilized predators,” says Matthew Vickaryous, who studies the anatomy of fossil vertebrates at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. “To the best of my knowledge, this is a one of a kind find.”

I do not know how many of these finds that I have read about that can be explained by the flood scenario. I mean they have found fossils giving birth! Clearly something happened, and it happened massively and quickly. Yes it is just my speculation being a layperson and not a scientist who is looking at these fossils directly. Honestly it takes more faith to believe in the evolution story than it does in the creation story. However I’m not the one trying to justify the way I live my life by claiming there is no God.

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Debate evolves into religious discussion

June 6, 2007 Leave a comment

Debate evolves into religious discussion

I read through this article and was astounded by it. Basically none of the “conservative” types will own up to believing in a “literal” 6-day creation. Ill pull some quotes from the article.

 

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“In the beginning, God created the heavens and the Earth,” said Huckabee, an ordained Baptist minister. “A person either believes that God created the process or believes that it was an accident and that it just happened all on its own.”However, when pressed about whether he believed in a literal interpretation of the timeline laid out in Genesis — that God created the world in six days about 6,000 years ago — Huckabee said, “I don’t know.”

So here we have an ordained Baptist minister who himself does not believe in God’s word! What is that about? He is basically saying that God helped the process along. What I get from that is he believes in the scince of man, but with a little of God thrown in for good measure. Apparently he must not think God is big enough to be able to make creation in 6 days.

 

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“Whether God did it in six days or whether he did it in six days that represented periods of time, he did it. And that’s what’s important.”

No sir, I’m afraid what is important is whether or not you have faith in what God says He did.

But it gets better folks…

 

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Huckabee’s elucidation of his views during Tuesday’s debate drew a follow-up response from Sen. John McCain of Arizona, who, when the topic came up in the first debate, had said he believed in evolution.”I admire [Huckabee’s] description, because I hold that view,” said McCain, an Episcopalian. “There’s no doubt in my mind that the hand of God was in what we are today. And I do believe that we are unique, and [i] believe that God loves us.”

So here John McCain is indeed acknowledging the fact that they both believe in a form of evolution. He follows that up with telling us how much God must love us. Well I agree, God does love us, but enough to make us a special creation separate from the animals, and in only 6 days, not millions of year period days.

 

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“One of the problems we have with our society today is that we’ve put faith and science at odds with each other. They aren’t at odds with each other. If they are, check your faith, or check your science.”

Senator Brownback is right about this. There is plenty of science out there to back up a literal 6 day creation view. Its not hard to find, Answers in Genesis, Dr. Carl Baugh, Ken Hamm, The new creation museum that just opened up.

 

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And Huckabee made it clear that he did not appreciate the question, either, calling it unfair.

How is this an unfair question? Are you ashamed of your faith?

Indeed when reading this kind of mumbo-jumbo its not hard to see why the church is becoming basically ecumenical and is being watered down so as to be accepted by everyone so we don’t offend anyone. If you call yourself a Christian and are offended by any part of God’s word, you might want to check your facts or check your faith because somewhere you have a problem with God’s sovereignty and authority.

Categories: Creation, Faith, Politics

T. Rex and Chickens have family ties!

April 13, 2007 Leave a comment

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WOW! If your not like me and believe in evolution, then this might rock your world. However if you are like me and believe in Creation, then this shouldn’t be to big a surprise. According to this article on CNN, T.Rex and the yard bird share some similar protein or something like that. So of course that means that the bigger must have evolved into the smaller. Logical evolutionist thinking of course. Well maybe didn’t evolve into, but is a long lost cousin twice removed. Sure thats what it is. Or maybe just maybe, they share a similar design because, well its a good one? I wouldn’t doubt that the two may somehow be related, and that would open up a couple of things.

  1. Chickens are warm-blooded so then T.Rex must be also.
  2. T.Rex must have been a giant overgrown bird with some nasty teeth.
  3. T.Rex really does taste like chicken.

Imagine the Bar-B-Que you could have with a T.Rex, or the Rex-Fil-A sandwich, with extra pickles! I wonder how many sandwiches a Chick-Fil-A could get out of a T.Rex. So that leads me to wonder, what does a bronto-burger taste like?

Here is the LINK

Categories: Chickens, Creation, Dinosaurs, Weird