FOURTH WEEK OF STUDIES
Truths I Should Believe About Man
"How did the human race originate?" has been a question in the mind of every thoughtful human being. It is not difficult to conclude that the on-going race is a process of natural generation; however, this does not solve the question of the beginning. Some advocate an evolutionary process as the answer to this question. Such a theory is still at best only an unproven hypothesis. Darwin, who for a while made such a stir about the "survival of the fittest," was most uncertain about his evolutionary approaches. Bryan said of Darwin, "His works are full of words indicating uncertainty. The phrase. 'We may well suppose,' occurs over eight hundred times in his two principal works."
The more plausible approach is to take the Bible for what it says and give God credit for the creation of plants, animals, and the original couple, Adam and Eve.
REJECTION OF THE EVOLUTIONARY HYPOTHESIS
Without presenting an array of geological, scientific, biological and sociological reasons why we reject the Darwinian view on evolution, we herewith present four simple reasons why we reject the theory.
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