Evolution’s Big Problems, Part 2

I posted a summary about some of the biggest problems with the theory of evolution and why there is no way it could be true.
The commentator I sited in that post made this observation:
“After scientific evidence can be eliminated, it can be concluded that people believe in evolution for 1 or 2 main reasons:

1. Societal/Peer Pressure (“people told me to believe it” or “lots of other people believe it, so I should too.”)
2. Personal Desire (i.e. “if God exists, I have to follow some rules I’m not too fond of”)

Essentially, evolution is a religion. It was concocted over 150 years ago, and they’re still searching for that first shred of evidence. At this point, they seem to have given up on evidence, and instead just combine wild, improvable theories with excuses.”

Why would someone be compelled to believe in a theory as outlandish as evolution? Why would they defend it with such ferocity? I mean, they are scientist, aren’t they? Scientist are supposed to be open minded and allow themselves to discard theories that are found to be flawed or false. Yet these people hang on to Darwin’s theory better than most Christians hold to the Bible.

This next statement is a generality, and as such, there are certain demographics who will be caught in it that are not actually of the specific mindset I am about point out. I apologize in advance for lumping you in with these other folks. From the comments I have read across numerous forums, I have surmised that many staunch evolutionist are also atheist . They are the ones who fall under reason number two above for believing in evolution.

It makes perfect sense.

Who has more to loose, by admitting that evolution is false, than an atheist? No one really.

You see, if an atheist is forced to admit that he was created, versus being the result of a statistically impossible cosmic accident, he now has to face his biggest fear; putting a name on his creator.

Now if he were to actually take this huge step of admitting there is a creator , he could (and probably will) advance numerous theories of who this creator is, with each of these theories having even less evidence than Darwin’s failed theory of evolution, all the while ignoring the name that most of us already know and acknowledge.

The name of our creator, in case you haven’t figured it out yet, is God. Elohim, El Shaddai, Adonai and Jehovah are just a few of the variations of His name. They basically mean the same thing; God Almighty, Creator of the Universe.

Why don’t the atheist want to name God as the creator of the universe? Our esteemed commentator above stated the real reason why atheist will hold to the failed theory of evolution in order to avoid acknowledging the name of our creator.

“If God exists, I (the atheist) have to follow some rules I’m not too fond of”.

There it is in plain and simple verbiage. They must acknowledge God and His rules. An impossible task for a person who is the self-appointed Godhead of their own little universe; a universe built on statistical impossibilities, a universe where living matter spontaneously erupts from non-living matter in violation of all physical laws; a universe of complex beings stumbling out of pools of warm goo; a universe where fish become cats and elephants become whales.

Atheist, wouldn’t it just be easier to put all of your “hocus-pocus, something out of nothing” mentality behind you and just accept the Truth that is staring you in the face?

Stop holding to your false religion of evolution and accept a real relationship with our living creator, God Almighty and His Son, Jesus Christ!

Evolution’s Big Problems, Part 1.
Evolution’s Big Problems, Part 2.
Evolution’s Big Problems, Part 3.
Evolution’s Big Problems, Part 4.
Evolution’s Big Problems, Part 5.

13 Responses to “Evolution’s Big Problems, Part 2”

  1. HackThis says:

    [EDITED – HackThis, I appreciate your passion, but keep the profanity out of your comments. Thanks, -Steve]

    Even if there is a creator it is not a HE and Jesus has nothing to do with it. We defenatelly don’t get anything out of praying to it or following any stupid rules.

    If you have any thinking power at all you can see that christianity has a way of making people follow certain rules that would seem purposeless without the presence of the creator, unless there is someone playing god, controling everyone without them knowing (AKA the pope), and there is a conflicting set of beliefs that have certain essential rituals (AKA Paganism, the rituals are almost anything considered bad by christians- Sex with a random, sacrifices, worshipping “dodgy” things, etc).
    Seems like a way of contoling people. Seems like brainwashing.
    Thats because IT IS.

    Statisticall impossibilities? What is your source for this? “Stupid Fundamentalists United”?

  2. Steve says:

    When your arguments fail, it’s a shame you fall back on insulting me.

  3. 666 devil says:


    im smoking pot cuz im hippy

  4. Steve says:

    666 Devil,
    I thought about deleting your totally irrelevant comment, but then thought better of it. You help my cause so much by just being yourself.
    Thank you and God Bless!!

  5. HackThis says:

    LOL thats funny

    See? Christans… no, some christans can… fundies are not clever enough to be that funny…. their way too dumb. I mean, they worry all the time if they are pleasing some non existent god…

  6. Steve says:

    And there we have it. When you arrive at the point where you can no longer make a valid, logical rebuttal, you resort to insults.
    And I had such high hopes for you…

  7. Beth says:

    I have learned that when it comes to the atheist crowd, it is best to keep low expectations so as not to be disappointed when there are comments like ‘im smoking pot cuz im hippy’. I suppose there are always going to be people that refuse to engage in intelligent conversation.

    In the name of my Very Existent God,

  8. 666 devil says:

    Hey who says im atheist?

    I’m just dumb

  9. HackThis says:


    you don’t have a basis to insult me by

    I have.

    YOU ARE DUMB!!!!! All of you.

    Anyone that believes in creation over evolution fall in the same catagory as retards in my book.

  10. flyingpotato says:

    After reading your article i dont undertsnad you and/or christians point of view. “Essentially, evolution is a religion.” if christian is a religion why cant you be open to other religions.
    “At this point, they seem to have given up on evidence, and instead just combine wild, improvable theories with excuses.” The most [edited] comment on this site. Coming from lets follow a book no one knows who wrote. Science is based on evidence. yes 50% of science could be classified as theory, but it is theory based on evidence.
    “statistically impossible cosmic accident,” we are alive arent we? its not ‘imposible’.
    Next you claim scienece as a religion, then you claim scientists as atheists…
    Now what evidence is christianity based on, anything other than a book?

    The last comment i find utterly disgusting is the on you said about scientists not being open minded. Christians arent open to the idea of evolution u strongly dismiss it.

    please why i couldnt just write a post on why christianity is wrong?

    please dont get me wrong i am open to the idea of religion i jsut done see why u are so stonrgly against evolution.

  11. Matt says:

    you call scientists close minded. but why arent christians open to the idea of evolution.

    Also your claim that science isnt based on evidence. if you believe that the bible is evidence then people must be allowed to believe in theories that could also work (and are more likely based on “proven evidence”)

  12. Steve says:

    The point I was trying to make about evolution being “religion” is to try to point out that evolutionist hold to their view as tenaciously as most people hold to their religion (be that Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhist, etc). They hang to it, even with the overwhelming evidence against it. So to clarify, I am not stating that it is a religion like Christianity, Judaism or Islam. My point is that evolutionist accuse the religious of the world of clinging to an improvable theology, all the while clinging to one that is just as unbelievable.
    I invite you to go ahead and say whatever you would like to “disprove” Christianity. The Bible meets and exceeds all current criteria for a valid historical reference. To date, not one item in it has been disproved.
    But as for evolution, my friends Devil666 and HackThis are good at insulting my intelligence, but they (or anyone else, for that matter) has yet to bring any scientific or mathematical data to this argument that refutes the data I have presented. They continue to hold blindly to their “religion” of evolution, doing the very thing they accuse me of doing.

  13. Steve says:

    Thank you for your comments.
    The reason I am not open to the theory of evolution is stated in this series of post. If you have not read them and the supporting websites, I urge you do so. Even if you do not agree, there is a significant amount of good information that you might want to consider.
    I do not view the Bible as a strict scientific document, but rather an account of the people who experienced the events therein. I believe there is a God and that He made sure that everything we needed to know about Him is written in the Bible. Observations concerning the nature of things (shape of the earth, just to name one) are shown in the Bible and have been backed up by modern scientific data.
    Listen, if you don’t want to believe in God, that is your business. But don’t hold to a totally flawed and easily disproved theory in the fear that you might have to believe in God. Based on the available evidence, creation is the most likely theory. If it makes you more comfortable not to put a name on the creator, so be it.

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