Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Marine Monster Found!


I think these guys are funny. Suppose Alligators and Crocodiles were extinct. Now suppose that scientists found the skeleton of a baby Crocodile and then a year later they found the skeleton of an adult Crocodile of 13 feet. They would claim that they had two different species because they were different sizes!

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Read This

What else is there? Where else do you turn? Where are the answers? Could it be that they are contained in one of the oldest books known to mankind? Why has one book endured so long? These are some of my honest questions. When I start to question what I believe, I ask myself, "Where else would the answers be?" If I were to reject what I believe, where would I go? What would I do? Things get tough, and I begin to stray. Things get tougher, and I have no choice but to return to the place I belong. There is nowhere else to turn in the end.

Am I just being old fashioned? Am I just not strong enough to take life as it comes without my "security blanket"? Maybe so, but I'm better off because of it. And when everything else comes crashing down, at least I have somewhere to go.

Mark 4:40
But He said to them, "Why are you so fearful? How is it that you have no faith?"

Tuesday, December 09, 2008


I have not been in the debating world lately, so evolutionary theory has not been on my mind lately. To all my loyal readers, (joke) I just wanted to let you know that I am not dead, but instead, I have been ignoring controversial subjects that do nothing but infuriate me to the point of drop-kicking the computer.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Questions for the Evolutionist

The Origin of the Universe

Right off the bat I want to adress the issue of the origins of the universe. One thing I would like people to consider is how did the universe form. Describe it in detail... out loud. Tell me honestly how it sounds to describe the birth of the universe out loud. Does it really sound that much more logical than "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the Earth"?

Aside from the rather fooloish sounding explaination for the universes origins, what else does the evolutionary argument have to say about the issue? Although some might argue that this has nothing to do with the theory of evolution itself I would beg to differ. If evolutionists cannot logically account for the inception of the universe then where does the theory stand? Can it stand on nothing? Please think critically about this point.

Another point I have tried to argue is that of abiogenesis. This is the idea that life can arise from non-life. Has that ever happened before? "Only once, millions and millions of years ago."
The ardent evolutionist will also attempt to squirm their way out of answering this pressing question as well with the same "that's not a concept of evolution" argument. My question is: "why?". It is obviously an essential element in the evolutionary process of a completely godless universe. So humor me for once and answer this riddle; how did life first appear? Again, you cannot base your entire belief system on "I don't know." This is a very ignorant way to go through life.
Answer these two questions, and then you can talk to me about evolutionary theory.
More on this subject later....

Friday, September 26, 2008


It is possible that I may come back and post on this blog someday. I may post an in depth discussion on something controversial and sciencey. A well thought out, easy to understand post for the science nerd and the layperson alike. If I'm actually that smart.

Monday, November 19, 2007


Evolution has never been observed in heterosexual life! Is this a probelem for the theory? DUUUHHHHH! YES IT"S A PROBELEM! Why can they not understand this?

Tuesday, April 17, 2007