Creation--100: Evolution--Zero is a good description of the intent of the author. The intent is to show that lack of actual evidence for the proclaimed claims of evolutionists. The ones who so strongly endorse and push for evolution as the answer to everything, living and non-living, have but one answer to requests for any evidence to back up their baseless statements. That single answer is always the same: millions of years, or, hundreds of ...
Creation--100: Evolution--Zero is a good description of the intent of the author. The intent is to show that lack of actual evidence for the proclaimed claims of evolutionists. The ones who so strongly endorse and push for evolution as the answer to everything, living and non-living, have but one answer to requests for any evidence to back up their baseless statements. That single answer is always the same: millions of years, or, hundreds of millions of years, or hundreds and hundreds of millions of years.
Considering that a person who lives to be 100 years old is very exceptional, the idea of pushing millions, or hundreds and hundreds of millions of years, is without base. The sponsors of such know that no one can even begin to imagine a period that long. For that matter, neither can the ones using hundreds of millions as their answer to everything.
Not only is the idea of hundreds and hundreds of millions of years a very extreme belief, in itself, the belief that everything came by accident, by pure chance, greatly compounds the difficulty of the evolutionists in trying to make sense of their claim.
By huge contrast, the idea of creation is very simple. Looking at life, for example, definitely negates any claim that life came by accident. Man has made many, many things. He has planned how to accomplish projects. He has designed very complicated systems. Not one person would say that an automobile, a computer, a pencil, or a teacup came by accident. All were designed. All were planned. The design is very evident in everything about us.
To have creation, a creator is required. A tennis ball was created. A baseball bat was created. A bookcase was created. An airplane was created. Not one person will argue otherwise, for these things are created by man, right before the eyes of other people.
Just as people create things, then, people were created. And, as the people who create things are rightly called creators, so is the maker of the earth and all about us a creator. Indeed, He is the Creator. Just try getting one of those evolutionists to create so much as a blade of grass. Of course, he'll come back with that hundreds of millions of years excuse.
This little story looks at many, many examples of the Creator's work, of His creation. Even the tiniest little flying insect was made by design. Butterflies migrate all the way to Mexico, over a thousand miles. Geese go all the way from northern Canada to Mexico and come right back to their home grounds. Salmon hatch in a river, go downriver to the ocean, spend a few years to adulthood, then come back to the same river to lay their eggs. This writing plainly states that such is done by the plan of God, the Creator of the universe and everything in it, and all by design.
Many examples are used. Children look at examples and talk about them. Some of their teachers agree that the only explanation is that God created everything, living and non-living.
After looking at many examples, the reader will see the score in the title of this little book:
The author was born in the small community of Rosine, Ohio County, Kentucky. The population of the area is not large. The entire county only has around 2500, or so, people. The author was reared in this rural area and graduated from the nearby Horse Branch School. He then went to Centre College, Danville, Kentucky, and graduated with a BA in physics.
The rural people of the time were mostly farmers, with relatively small tracts of land. On those farms, they raised their families and were self-sufficient. This was the background of the author, and he has great respect for the ones who took care of themselves and their families without outside help.
After graduating from college, the author taught school in his home school. After several years, he left home and worked at various types of work in various places. He retired in 1997 and now lives with his wife in a suburb of Fort Worth, Texas. He still has the farm in Kentucky and hopes to get back there as soon as possible.