It is interesting to note, that all around us, more and more, we are
being bombarded with what I call "evolutionary prattle". We
see it it the media, whether it's print or film. It's prominent in
books; fiction and non-fiction. We even see it on the sides of rental
moving vans (U-Haul). For the most part, "evolutionary prattle"
is simply there for really no reason. For instance, we could be reading
a magazine review about 4-wheel drive trucks, and the author would
write something like, "Since the dawn of time, when man dwelt in
caves, the need for greater cross-country mobility..." It has absolutely
nothing to do with 4-wheel drive, yet, a point was thrown in to say
man lived in caves long ago. Is it any wonder why so many people accept
the theory of evolution? All our life, all these little "facts"
have been placed before us and many accept them without question.
As new "evidence" is presented, that a creationist would find absurd,
it is easy to believe as fact, especially when presented using big
words in a authoritive format by someone with an alphabet soup following
their name. For someone brought up on evolutionary prattle, to hear
about special creation, it is all rather silly to believe in a young
Earth and a Divine Creator, due to teaching about creationism being
out of the mainstream, that creation science is not really science
at all. "Besides, science has proved evolution to be fact and the
story of creation is just that, a story out of a book of fables".
Sincerely, M. M.
PS Enjoy your website and Creation magazine. Keep up the good work! You ARE making a difference!