Fellow Christians: arguing against evolution is fruitless, but we still must reject it and stick to the Bible?

As a person who has studied science quite extensively, I can tell you that evolution is good actual science, and creation sites like Answers in Genesis are at best pseudoscientific and at worst outrageous lies. Trying to argue against the scientific merits of evolution is fruitless, and we Christians should stop engaging in that idiocy. But what I am saying is that as Christians, we must reject the good science of evolution and stick to creation only, for evolution is a trickery of Satan. The good, sound science of evolution is probably one of the most well-devised plan of Satan to turn us Christians into disbelievers, and we must withstand this attack by closing our minds to the temptations. Satan is always out to get us, and he always awaits the moments when we stop listening to the Bible. He wants us to take advantage of us by distracting us from the Bible, with methods such as spreading the idea that evolution happened or that the Earth is 4.5 billions of years old. We Christians must believe in creation without questioning. All of God's word is true, every single thing. What is said in Genesis must be followed and obeyed. The world was created in 6 days, no questions asked. We do not know why there is so much evidence for evolution and Big Bang and none for creation, and we do not know why there are dinosaur fossils to be found when they clearly could not have existed. However, our job is not to question but to believe. No matter how much evidence there is for evolution or Big Bang, we must hold on to creation and never falter to modern science. In the whirlwind of science that contradicts God, the Bible is what we can hold on to. Vincent K, Atheati Mad Scientist - If you see this question, please don't even bother answering, since unless you offer an actual argument without insulting me for being a Christian, I will report you for personal attacks. Well, I disagree with the method by which creation is promoted in the US. For example, the Kentucky Creation Museum. They are using pseudoscience to promote creation, which is only laughable to scientists. Instead, we should acknowledge that evolution is good science while strongly rejecting it, thereby proclaiming our faiths as Christians. I believe that evolution is good science AND a Satanic deceit. Evolution is, purely scientifically speaking, well established and is correct thoroughly. But Satan has had a hand in making evolution look so good and debunking evolution in a purely scientific standpoint. Resisting the intellectal temptation of evolution is a test that we Christians must endure to be closer to Christ. "In other words, reject all the evidence and go with the delusion" Yes, that is true. I am just trying to make the point clear to all my fellow Christians (not to Atheists). "that spells Poe to me" It spells Poe and troll to you, it spells good Christian to me and every other Christian who loves Christ.

Asked By: Morganie5 - 10/19/2009
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now lets solve that talking donkey thing
Answered By: don45123 - 10/19/2009
So many contradictions here... evolution is "good actual science" and then you go on to say evolution is a "trickery of the devil" make up your mind.
Answered By: Man of Your Dreams. - 10/19/2009
Why don't you except that the Flying Spaghetti Monster created you, and let the sauce be upon you!
Answered By: Cpt. Dog - 10/19/2009
This is hilarious. You're basically saying "Evolution is completely sound and correct, but I'm going to refute the direct evidence because my dogmatic views are obviously correct, even they have no proof... More
Answered By: Zero - 10/19/2009
sarcasm is trolls best friend.
Answered By: Rev. the Tao of Woo - 10/19/2009
Stupidity hardly ever benefits the individual organism. But it is good for the genepool.
Answered By: morporc - 10/19/2009
This kind of extreme belief in ancient myth is quite shocking in this day and age. And it's incredible that so much resource is put into promoting creationism in the US. I wonder whether the money used for this nonsense would be better used for proper education or helping those less well off.
Answered By: Seeker - 10/19/2009
I repeat my answer to this same question you posted 25 minutes ago. In other words, reject all the evidence and go with the delusion. That spells Poe to me. Do you think repetition will make your statements true?
Answered By: Oh, hai - 10/19/2009
Good for you; not being a hypocrite :)
Answered By: ♥ Alice ♥ (Atheati) ♥ - 10/19/2009
Oh.... Yeah all right...
Answered By: " Alice got to me..." - 10/19/2009
So stick to the "god made man out of DIRT" which doesn't give the specifics of How he actually created man out of "dirt"/clay/earth. No one is forcing you lol
Answered By: Fire Storm - 10/19/2009
Excellent but I missed the question.
Answered By: Lady Bern06-99 - 10/19/2009
I am not answering against you, but didn't you post "there is no point arguing against evolution?" but then just went on posting statements on why its devil's deciet... More
Answered By: anonymousCapii - 10/19/2009
I’m not a scientist and neither are a lot of Christians. But do we even need to be scientists to confront the issue? Many young-earth creationists have fallen for the ploy that they need to play by the rules of the enemy when we discuss evolution - don’t use the Bible, don’t talk about the supernatural, and only talk... More
Answered By: RKBentley - 10/19/2009
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