The Absurdity of Human Evolution

Friday, February 13, 2009 Bryan Hudson 0 Comments

"Survival of the fittest" and "natural selection" are phrases championed by those at the top of the socio-economic food chain. We regular folks don't regard it very highly. Frankly, I don't know of any black folks who believe in evolution (especially given the treatment of our "species" over history).

On the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birthday, I reflect on the absurdity of the theory of human evolution. Long before I became a Christian, as a child sitting in a 5th grade classroom looking up at a chart showing the evolutionary stages of man, I thought, "I didn't come from an animal."

Something on the inside tells us that we did not (de)evolve from some kind of animal. Intrinsically, we sense that our origin and present consciousness are the result of divine intention (God). Only "P.C." science wants to convince us otherwise.

I'm a big fan of science channels until they go off the "deep end" like suggesting that life on earth started from an organism that came to earth on a meteorite. Please! That takes more faith than believing in God!

I know the difference between science and science-fiction. I also know that the complexity, beauty, and precision that I see in creation was not the product of chance.