Rosemary Potter: Work of the creator
September 28, 2011
To the editor:
The article on the front page of the Saturday Morning Press is amazing.
The "65 Million Years in 65 Miles" tour looks like a great way to take in some wonderful scenery, but to say that it shows 65 million years is quite a stretch.
That's the amazing part — the 65 million years is stated as if it were fact. Who was there 65 million years ago who can verify it?
One of the essentials of true science is to be able to prove a premise or theory, and there is no way to prove this arbitrary number concocted from the minds of men. It is part of the Religion of Evolution; it is certainly not science.
Creation is a theory also since no one was there to see it, but it makes a lot more sense than the Big Bang, or whatever else the "scientists" are touting to explain the "primitive and peaceful" scenery of Duffy Mountain, the precise motions of the planets in our solar system, or how a baby is formed in the womb of a woman.
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Anyone who is honest with the evidence we see all around us knows that there has to be a creator.
People willingly suppress the truth because they don't like the idea of God poking around in their personal lives, and perhaps having to answer to him for the bad stuff. It's easier on the conscience just to say he doesn't exist, and that Duffy Mountain is the product of chance plus 65 million years.
No way is that logical.
Look around (using your lenses and pupils and irises, the fluids in the vitreous and aqueous chambers, and the rods and cones and retinas and optic nerves and brain) and admit it. God made it all, and he would appreciate a thank you from you.
"I will praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Your works are marvelous, and my soul knows it very well." Psalm 139:14.