The Creation

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Revealed Truths

God created everything through Jesus.

God created our world in 6 literal days.

God created our world approximately 6,000 years ago.

God created each kind to reproduce only as that same kind.

Through Jesus, we can be re-created with a new spiritual nature.

When Jesus returns, God will re-create our bodies to be immortal and incorruptible.

After Jesus returns, God will re-create heaven and earth.

Some key verses:

Ge 1:1,26, Jn 1:1-3,14-17, Col 1:13-16, Heb 1:1,2, Ex 20:8-11, Lk 3:23-38, Ge 1:21,24,25, 2Co 5:17, 1Co 15:42-58, Rev 21:1-5

Exposed Falsehoods

It is false to think that a "big bang" explosion was the primal creation event.

It is false to thing that higher life forms evolved from lower life forms.

It is false to think that higher life forms mutated from lower life forms.

Some key verses:

Ge 1:26,27, 1Co 15:38,39, Heb 11:3



God Created Everything through Jesus

God created everything through Jesus. (Ge 1:1,26, Jn 1:1-3,14-17, Col 1:13-16, Heb 1:1,2)

God created our world in 6 literal days. (Ge 1:5,8,13,19,23,31, Ge 2:2, Ex 20:8-11)

God created our world approximately 6,000 years ago. (compare Lk 3:23-38 and Bible geneologies)

God cares for His creation. (Mt 10:29-31, Ac 14:16,17)

The Big Bang Theory is False.

No Spontaneous Generation of Physical Substance

Something cannot come from nothing. (Heb 11:3)

Infinity cannot come from a finite source.

No Definitive Timing

Carbon dating assumes linear environmental factors.

There cannot be a present without an apparent past.

Tree rings in the Garden of Eden.

Smooth rocks in a stream

Light from distant stars.

The Theory of Evolution is False.

The theory of evolution is false. (Ps 33:9, Ro 1:20-25)

No Spontaneous Generation of Physical Life

Even a single living cell is incredibly complex

Cell membrane (selective filtering)

Centrioles (cell division)

Chromosomes (master blueprint, DNA)

Endoplasmic reticulum (protein storage and distribution)

Golgi bodies (protein storage and distribution)

Mitochondria (manufacture of ATP, which provides electrical energy)

Nucleolus (ribosome assembly)

Nucleus (control center)

Ribosomes (assemble amino acids into proteins)

"One has only to contemplate the magnitude of this task to concede that the spontaneous generation of a living organism is impossible. Yet here we are--as a result, I believe in spontaneous generation." (Scientific American, Aug. 1954)

"From the probability standpoint, the ordering of the present environment into a single amino acid molecule would be utterly improbable in all the time and space available for the origin of terrestrial life." (American Scientist, Jan. 1955)

No Transitional Forms

Kind produces its kind; there are no "transitional forms". (Ge 1:21,24-27, Ge 6:17-20, Ge 7:13-16, Ge 8:15-19)

Variation within kinds is allowed, but progression across kinds is not. (1Co 15:38,39)

"There are two or three million species on earth. A sufficient field one might think for observation; but it must be said today that in spite of all the evidence of trained observers, not one change of the species to another is on record." (Life and Letters, Vol. 3, p. 25, Charles Darwin)

Complex Systems are Useless Until Fully Developed

Eye, ear, nose, brain, circulatory system, digestive system, nervous system, muscular system, reproductive system, skeletal system, etc. (Pr 20:12)

"To suppose that the eye, with all its inimitable contrivances for adjusting the focus to different distances, for admitting different amounts of light, and for the correction of spherical and chromatic aberration, could have been formed by natural selection, seems, I freely confess, absurd in the highest possible degree ... The belief that an organ as perfect as the eye could have formed by natural selection is more than enough to stagger anyone." (Origin of Species, Charles Darwin, 1902 edition, p. 250)

"I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well." (Ps 139:14)

There are no transitional, partial, complex systems.

Complex systems are common design patterns found in all species.

Bilateral Symmetry

Two eyes, ears, nostrils, hands, arms, legs, lungs, kidneys, etc.

Same number of fingers and toes on each side.

There are no transitional, non-symmetric, or partially symmetric forms.

Bilateral symmetry is a common design pattern found in all species.

Male and Female

Male and female are separate creatures with perfectly interdependent reproductive designs.

There are no transitional, partially interdependent male/female forms.

Male/female interdependence is a common design pattern found in all species.

Design Patterns Point to a Master Designer

Cross-species complex systems

Cross-species bilateral symmetry

Cross-species male and female forms

Amazing Creatures

Archer Fish (shoots water at bugs)

Bees (organization, symbiotic relationship with flowering plants through pollination)

Birds (flight)

Bombardier Beetle (212 degree F gaseous explosion created by mixing from storage chambers)

Camouflage fish (changes color to match surroundings)

Hummingbird (fixed hovering)

Monarch Butterfly (metamorphosis, migration)

Salmon (upstream migration)

Woodpecker (1000 hits per minute)

Amazing Cycles

The chicken and its egg

An egg becomes a chicken that produces another egg.

Which came first?

The maple tree and its twirly seed

A tiny seed becomes a huge tree that produces another tiny seed.

Which came first?

Amazing Colors

Fall leaves

Spring flowers and rainbows

Summer butterflys and sunsets

Winter snow and ice

Amazing Sounds

Children playing

Howling wind

Laughing baby

Loon

Ocean waves

Rainshower

Sitar

Square dance fiddle

Thunder

Whippoorwill

Amazing Tastes

apples, bananas, cherries,

dates, eggplant, figs,

grapes, honey, ice,

jalapeņos, kiwis, lemons,

mangoes, nectarines, oranges,

pears, quinoa, rasberries,

strawberries, tomatoes, undiscovered,

vanilla, watermelon, xylitol,

yams, zucchini


These and many other amazing creations plainly testify of a Creator. (Job 12:7-9)


The Significance of Creation

A loving Creator is the foundation of true worship. (Ps 24:1, Rev 14:7)

A loving Provider is the foundation of true hope. (Jer 29:11)

A loving Father is the foundation of true brotherhood. (Mal 2:10, Ac 17:26,27)

The Creation Continues

Every new birth is a new creation. (Ps 139:13-16, Isa 44:24)

Through Jesus, we can be re-created with a new spiritual nature. (Jn 3:3-8, 2Co 5:17)

When Jesus returns, God will re-create our bodies to be immortal and incorruptible. (1Co 15:42-58)

After Jesus returns, God will re-create heaven and earth. (Rev 2:7, Rev 21:1-5)