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'Don't Christians believe in fossils?'
Posted By Ray Comfort On 03/19/2013 @ 1:13 pm In Diversions,Faith,Front Page | No Comments
An atheist recently wrote, “When are you coming to see the fossils with me, Ray?”
It seems he thought I didn’t believe in fossils. How could I not? There are millions of fossils in museums all over the world!
I have even seen thousands of fossils in the “Evolution” museum in Paris. I took a camera crew there a few years ago to look for the evidence for evolution, but they didn’t even have an evolution display. All they had was a stuffed monkey in a back area, with “Lucy” written on it. I did the same thing with the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. All they had was a family of hairy mannequins, squatting around a fire. Every other display contained simply examples of God’s creation.
Of course I believe in fossils, but I don’t believe in the unobservable bogus science called “evolution,” of which there is no empirical evidence. Anything that is said to be evidence always necessitates faith. I don’t believe, because I’m a skeptic when it comes to evolution.
Watch now (in the comments section below) as true believers predictably link to what they believe is evidence – evidence in which they trust (in which they have unquestioning faith), and at the same time they will say it’s not a belief.
“When Christians get to their mythological heaven, what will they do? Worship their God for billions and billions of years?”
I will do my best to try and explain the unexplainable.
Let’s imagine that I am there just before the six days of creation, and God says to me, “Try and imagine what I’m about to do.”
I would have a problem, because I have nothing upon which to base my imaginations. I couldn’t imagine that He was about to create 1.4 million different kinds of animals, birds, fish and insects. I wouldn’t ponder the tall, brown-spotted, six-foot-necked giraffe, the massive, floppy-eared elephant, the striped zebra, cute kittens, adorable dogs, roaring lions, growling tigers and a mass of other amazing animals, all male and female and with the ability to bring forth after their own kind.
I couldn’t think of massive, snow-capped mountains, deep blue seas teeming with colorful fish of all sorts of shapes and sizes. Neither could I imagine, skiing, surfing, fishing, tasty food, the pleasures of the marital bed and a thousand and one other delicacies of life.
Heaven isn’t what the world imagines it to be. Those who enter won’t be sitting on a cloud playing a rusty harp for eternity. God’s kingdom is coming to this earth, and His will shall be done on earth as it is in heaven. When heaven comes to this earth, no more earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, disease, pain and death. The Bible says this everlasting kingdom is beyond the human imagination. So think of the greatest most pleasurable thing on earth, and then whisper to yourself that is nothing more than the dregs of the bottom of a filthy trash bin, compared to what God has in store for those who love Him.
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