Wednesday, February 25, 2009         No. 0902



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What Is Mokele Mbembe?

It is the name of a dinosaur that is thought to possibly be alive today.  According to eyewitness accounts by natives in the Congo in central Africa, there seems to be a distinct possibility that a living dinosaur, which they call Mokele Mbembe, is roaming around in their jungles.  What a find this would be if it could be verified.

There are natives in the rain forests of Brazil have reported seeing a red-haired creature that some scientists now believe is a ground sloth.  These sloths supposedly became extinct at least ten thousand years ago.

There are many such reports from around the world like these.  As more creatures are found that were supposed to have become extinct thousands, or millions of years ago, the more embarrassing it is to evolution. Creationists, of course, have no problems at all when such creatures are found.

Mokele Mbembe could be a living dinosaur that fits with what the Bible says in the book of Genesis; that God created all land creatures, which included land dwelling, air breathing dinosaurs, on the 6th Day of His creation, and not millions of years ago.




Did Adam Have To Learn A Language?

We are born with the ability to speak, and then our parents teach us a language so we can communicate with each other.

But when Adam and Eve were created, they were mature human beings.  Their brains were also mature.  God must have programmed them with a language so they could speak to each other, speak to God, and understand everything perfectly.  No, I doubt that they spoke English.

As you know, the Bible makes it clear there was no death or bloodshed of man or animals before sin.  But some Christians claim that there must have been death before Adam, in order to account for the supposed millions of years of fossils.  Then they say that Adam would have had to actually observe death to understand what God meant when He said that Adam would die if he ate the fruit he was commanded not to eat.

But Adam did not have to observe death to know what the word meant.  He was already programmed with a language so that he could speak with God.  Adam knew the meaning of every word perfectly from the beginning, including the word death.



Donít Evolutionists Have Different ďEvidenceĒ Than Creationists Have?

No.  Think about the following questions:

  • Do creationists and evolutionists have the same animals?
  • Do creationists and evolutionists have the same fossil record?
  • Do they have the same earth?
  • Do creationists and evolutionists have the same facts/evidence?

The battle between creation and evolution is not about facts.  This is the facts are the same.

The real difference is how one interprets the facts in relation to the past.  This is all determined by oneís beliefs.  A creationist starts with the belief that the history of the Bible is true, and that it interprets the evidence on this basis.  An evolutionist starts with the belief that most, if not all, things can be explained without God, and interprets the same facts differently, using time as its' basis.

But only the biblical basis makes consistent sense of the facts.  It fits directly with real observational science.



Evolutionist Quote of the Month

ďI am an atheist, out and out.  It took me a long time to say it.  Iíve been an atheist for years and years, but somehow I felt it was intellectually unrespectable to say one was an atheist, because it assumed knowledge that one didnít have.  Somehow it was better to say one was a humanist or an agnostic.  I finally decided that Iím a creature of emotion as well as of reason.  Emotionally I am an atheist.  I donít have the evidence to prove that God doesnít exist, but I so strongly suspect he doesnít that I donít want to waste my time.Ē

      Isaac Asimov, Free Inquiry 2(2):9, 1982.

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