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The reason why the theory of evolution was created:
'From first to last it is a dish of rank materialism cleverly cooked up ... . And why is this done? For no other reason, I am sure, except to make us independent of a Creator.'
‘One reason education undoes belief is its teaching of evolution; Darwin’s own drift from orthodoxy to agnosticism was symptomatic. Martin Lings is probably right in saying that “more cases of loss of religious faith are to be traced to the theory of evolution … than to anything else.”
‘If all the animals and man had been evolved in this ascendant manner, then there had been no first parents, no Eden, and no Fall. And if there had been no fall, then the entire historical fabric of Christianity, the story of the first sin and the reason for an atonement … collapsed like a house of cards.
“The atheist realizes that there must not only be an acceptance of his right to hold his opinion, but that ultimately his is the job to turn his culture from religion, to eliminate those irrational ideas which have held the human race in intellectual slavery.”
Uniformitarianism dogmatically refuses to consider biblical teaching on Creation and the Flood as possible explanations for the rocks and fossils we observe.
A quote by Adam Sedgwick about the reason why the theory of evolution was created.
'Thus evolution, for example, may prove as powerful a principle to co-ordinate men's beliefs and hopes as God was in the past.'
A quote from by Shallis, M about evolutionists' opinions of purpose.
A quote by Hubert P. Yockey dealing with honesty about origins.
A quote by Huston Smith concerning the loss of religious faith due to the teaching of evolution.
A quote by Herbert George Wells concerning evolution and the gospel.
A Quote from H. G. Wells
“Anyone who questions man’s reasoning, particularly on the origin of the physical world, faces an arrogance almost beyond comprehension.”
‘The current state of knowledge can be summarised thus: In the beginning, there was nothing, which exploded.
I myself have little doubt that in England it was [uniformitarian, long-ages] geology and the theory of evolution that changed us from a Christian to a pagan nation.
Quote from Martin Brookes
A Quote from Hubert P. Yockey
“…finding the oldest member of the Hominidae—the family of Man—is like winning gold at the Olympics.”
A collection of Notable Quotes
The origin of life by chance in a primeval soup is impossible in probability in the same way that a perpetual machine is in probability.
I am convinced that the battle for humankind's future must be waged and won in the public school classroom by teachers who correctly perceive their role as the proselytizers of a new faith.
The fact is that scientists are not really as objective and dispassionate in their work as they would like you to think.
‘All I can say is, That’s just tough. We have to face up to the truth.’
A revealing comment by Richard Lewontin
A quote by Sir Fred Hoyle
Unless people are looking for evidence that nothing is millions of years old, they will overlook the obvious under their noses.
‘… much of contemporary cosmology deals with things like inflation and the big bang that have not been directly observed, and probably never will be.’
When Professor-Dr P.W.J. van Oordt retired from his position at the University of Utrecht (Netherlands), in his farewell address he made some memorable remarks.
Evolution describes origins in epic proportion and therefore rivals other stories of similar scope, for example, religious stories of origins.
Quote from Michael D. Lemonick on paleontology
At the beginning of his book The God Particle, Nobel physicist Leon Ledermann [referring to cosmological speculations like the big bang in science books and articles] writes:
Artist John Gurche on the role of evolutionary preconceptions in the artist’s human-like depiction of Australopithecus afarensis...
Quote from Marvin Minsky on human intelligence...
As you know, Carl Sagan died last month. He was vehemently anti-Christian and an ardent evolutionist who fought the creation movement.
Discover what Dr. Jérôme J. Lejeune, who discovered the cause of Down's Syndrome, said about evolution.
If a person doesn’t think there is a God to be accountable to, then—then what’s the point of trying to modify your behaviour to keep it within acceptable ranges?
‘In the course of the past century, the discoverer of every new hominid or hominoid has nominated it as a potential human ancestor.’
While evolution teaches that we are accidents or freaks of nature, creationism shows humankind as the offspring of a divine Creator.
‘“It is exciting to look at differences at the genetic level”, she said, adding that humans, regardless of race, are genetically virtually the same.’
This quotation illustrates one of evolution's many unanswered questions.
The great Baptist preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon rejected evolution on the basis of God's Word.
In September 1992, a Scientific American article called ‘Mind and Brain’ said that human brain is …
If you brought in a smart scientist from another discipline and showed him the meagre evidence we’ve got he'd surely say, ‘forget it: there isn’t enough to go on’.
Everybody knows fossils are fickle; bones will sing any song you want to hear.
Darwinists use carefully thoughtout tactics to influence the public's beliefs about evolution.
The best efforts of scientists to describe the universe may be nothing more than "groping in the dark."
‘If Darwinists actually had to prove their theory, they could only make a most undignified repeat.
The greatest joke and the trouble with horse evolution…
Palaeoanthropologists seem to make up for a lack of fossils with an excess of fury, and this must now be the only science in which it is still possible to become famous just by having an opinion.
There has been in recent years the horrible realization that radiodecay rates are not as constant as previously thought, nor are they immune to environmental influences.
An atheist explains why Christians must fight evolution.
Quotable quotes related to the theory of evolution.