The ICR’s Acts and ‘Facts’ – May 2012

Frank Sherwin | pg. 16 | link

An Amazing Tract Record

Frank Sherwin talks about the wonders of symbiotic bacteria in your gut. They are designed, you see – though he never provides any evidence to support that idea. I can’t remember, for example, when they are mentioned in the Bible – but evolutionists won’t admit that. His short article concludes:

As with all areas of biology, secular scientists give an evolutionary explanation to these incredible design features, including the complex interactions of these anaerobic bacteria with the host and with each other. Two evolutionists recently wrote an article regarding “recent evolutionary changes” of these fascinating gut microbes. They state—with words like “most likely,” “would have,” “might have,” “may have,” “may explain,” etc.—that there have been changes to the microbiome over human evolution. Creationists maintain not only that man has always been man, but people have been designed by the Creator to host important intestinal microbes.

Yes, because admitting that you don’t quite know for sure is a major character flaw. Creationists are certain. ‘Creation’ is just an anagram of ‘certain’ with an extra ‘o’ (for ‘holy,’ I assume).

One thought on “The ICR’s Acts and ‘Facts’ – May 2012

  1. I’m enjoying this post. I particularly like your discussion on page 3. The fact is that, as you say, “good isn’t the same thing as perfect.” Too often, YECs hold that “very good” means the universe had been made as some kind of cosmic playground for humans. I don’t see this in the text at all. The theology of YEC is very skewed in that they hold God’s purposes are all about making things great and wonderful for us. It’s very anthropocentric, and it doesn’t seem to reflect Biblical teaching.

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