If your nonbelieving friends or co-workers know you’re a creationist, chances are good that some of them like to pass along the latest news or science reports trumpeting the “truth” of billions of years and evolution. Often all you have to do is read the report itself. Many times the headlines don’t completely comport with the facts, and the text of the article shoots holes in its own headline.
We are all bombarded with truth claims. To really determine what is true and what is false requires that you test everything in light of the only source of ultimate truth—God’s Word. The news you hear, the blogs you read, the television shows you watch—all want you to believe what they are telling you.
Atheistic evolutionists do not want any talk of “critiquing” or “thinking critically” about evolutionary ideas, because evolution is their way of explaining life without God. Students are being brainwashed with evolutionary ideas in almost all public schools and museums, and they are expected to accept it uncritically.
Don’t just receive the things that are presented to you, but take the time to stop and ASK questions.
Evaluating claims made about or based upon the Word of God are even more important than claims of a scientific nature.
These examples of critical thinking show how we can apply the ASK framework to evaluate scientific claims.
Atheistic evolutionists reject talk of “thinking critically” about evolutionary ideas, because evolution is their way of explaining life without God.
Although there are few restrictions on the teaching of evolutionism to primary school children in the UK, the humanists want the indoctrination to increase.
“Dad, you’re not going to believe this,” my daughter told me on the phone one day. “There’s evolution in the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding!”
What students wrote in their final exams for an evolution class at a major U.S. university
The USAToday.com commentator stated or implied that people who believe creation and reject evolution are “gullible,” “ignorant,” of “low intelligence” and tell “lies.”
A popular college biology instructor was in danger of losing his job because he refused to teach evolution as fact to his science classes at Central Oregon Community College.