Philosophy Concerning Our Existence

The philosophy of Evolutionism has emerged as a powerful force in the twentieth century. The theory of evolution is present in almost all of the educational films shown on Public Television everywhere. Beliefs on the creation can be stored in different categories in which the reasons of thought occupy and can be defined as different philosophies whether it's Atheism, Materialism, or other philosophies or words of logic to express a man’s thoughts. Seemingly, such thoughts created in the minds of these people can’t seem to put to rest just how the universe came into existence. They can’t perceive how the conception of the virgin Mary by the Holy Spirit could possibly have happened. Also how the resurrection of Christ from a dead state could possibly have happened; how Jonah survived in the belly of a big fish; and how all the species, by storing them in an ark, etc., were saved. Seemingly, from the beginning man has wrestled with the belief that he is alone in the universe, an expansion of space that consists of vast dimensions. He knows that the things he can see with his eyes actually exist and are real, but can't seem to put to rest how it all came to be. He looks with amazement and wonders: “How did all this happen?”

According to history, evolutionists believe that our Milky Way is the home galaxy of the human species. And that in the obscure backwaters of the carina cygnus of the spiral arm, humans evolved the consciousness and some measure of understanding. Within this galaxy are stars, worlds, and an enormous diversity of living things and intelligent beings and space fearing civilizations. They have declared that in the Milky Way galaxy it's possible there are other worlds on which matter has grown to consciousness. They wonder within themselves, thinking: “Are they very different from us?”

They say there is a stellar nursery, a place where stars are born. However, they do admit that our earth is the only place in the whole universe that life has existed by proof. They still actually wonder with amazement, “Why should this modest planet be the only inhabited world? It seems far more likely that the cosmos is brimming over with life and intelligence!”

They claim there is a three-volume history of the world, now lost, written by a Babylonian priest, that precludes the Christian Bible. Volume I dealt with the interval from the creation of the world to the great flood. This was a period the priest took to be four hundred and thirty-two thousand years, or about one hundred times longer that the entire Old Testament chronology.

Evolutionists have claimed they’ve verified the invisible and that gravity can be understood as a curvature of space. The larger the local mass, the greater the local gravity, and more intense is the distortion or warp of space. So, by this analogy, they say the Black Hole is a kind of bottomless pit. If one could survive if he fell in, it is just barely possible he might emerge in another part of space time; somewhere else in space; somewhen else in time. To the average person, this assumption is ridiculous.

According to the calculating calendar they claim to use, the Milky Way was formed about six billion years after the Big Bang; the sun and earth formed almost eleven billion years later; and life soon thereafter. Their theory is that life began in the ocean; it then evolved as reptiles, animals, insects, and plants. The first humans made their debut about three billion years ago. Millions of years later they came down from the trees and stood upright; they grew an enormous brain; they developed culture; they invented tools and domesticated fire.

So, we see by reading the history of those that support the evolutionary theory, there is a vast difference in the belief of Consecrated Christians and those who hold to the doctrine of evolution. Evolutionists have concluded that there was no God capable of creating living matter. Believers in the theory of evolution claim that living matter came from dead matter formed by chance within itself. Consecrated Christians believe a Living God created all things, and there is not a shred of evidence to support the phrase of, “the creation of life from dead matter without a Living Being.” Without doubt, no scientist will ever be able to do so.

Evolutionists claim that our entire universe to the farthest galaxy is no more than a close electron in a far grander universe we can never see. The universe is only an elementary particle in still a greater universe, and so on, forever. Every electron in our universe is also an entire miniature cosmos containing a yet smaller universe–an infinite regression, up and down. Actually, this is a reasonable thought. Our God is capable of creating such a universe.

One philosophy actually states, however, that the wonderful structure of the universe and everything beheld in the system of the creation, prove far better than books can, the existence of a God. Saying they believe that except in the first article in the Christian creed, that of believing in God, there is not an article in the creed that doesn’t fill the mind with doubt as to the truth of it. The doubt begins the instant man begins to think. They say every article in a creed that is necessary for the happiness and salvation of man ought to be as evident to the reason and comprehension of man as the first article is.

This philosophy goes on to say that God has not given us reason for the purpose of confounding, but that we should use it for our own happiness and His glory. That whenever man steps aside from the first article (that of believing in God), he wanders into a labyrinth of uncertainty. Saying that there is evidence of the justness of the remark, for it is impossible for man to decide who was Jesus Christ’s father. They allege that one of the Roman soldiers kept the truth of the story of Mary. Saying she was with child by him before her marriage to Joseph. However, they say they want that decision to be settled between the Jews and the Christians. They declare that this is only a story saying her husband Joseph suspected her of adultery and was jealous of her and was going to put her away. The story goes on to explain the account of his begotten Son. And that when He grew to be a man, He would be put to death to expiate the sin that Adam brought into the world by eating an apple or some king of forbidden fruit. This creed the Church (primarily the Catholic Church) has manufactured of itself, for it is not contained in, nor derived from, the book called the New Testament.

This philosophy claims the four books called the Evangelists (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John), which pretend to give the birth, sayings, life, preaching, and death of Jesus Christ, make no mention of what is called the fall of man. They say the name of Adam is not to be found in any of the above mentioned books. The name Adam certainly would be if the writers of the books believed that Jesus was begotten, born, and died for the purpose of redeeming mankind from the sin which Adam had brought into the world. They claim Jesus never speaks of Adam himself, of the Garden of Eden, nor of what is called the fall of man. There is no authority in any of the books of the New Testament; for in none of them is there any mention made of such place as the Garden of Eden, nor anything that is said to have happened there.

Their philosophy states that the Church of Rome, having set up its new religion, which it called Christianity, invented the creed that it named the Apostle’s Creed. And that the creed calls Jesus the only Son of God, conceived by the Holy Ghost, and born of the Virgin Mary. These are writings that are impossible for a man or woman to have any idea, and consequently, no belief but in words. However, the Church of Rome could not erect the person called Jesus into a Savior of the world without creating the allegories in the book of Genesis into fact. Although, the New Testament as before observed, gives no authority for it. Instantly the allegorical tree of knowledge became, according to the Church, a real tree, the fruit of it real fruit, and the eating of it sinful. Men become as careless in morals as a spendthrift would be of money when they are taught to ascribe all their crimes and vices to the temptations of the devil. Especially when taught that Jesus, by his death, rubs all off and pays their passage to heaven gratis.

The philosophy ascribes that the first Corinthians XV is full of supposed cases and assertions about the resurrection of the same body. However, there is not a word in it about redemption, and the chapter makes part of the funeral service of the Episcopal Church. The dogma of the redemption is the fable of priestcraft invented since the time the New Testament has been compiled, and the agreeable delusion of it suited with the depravity of immoral livers.

Those that believe in the philosophy of a belief in God and that the rest of the Holy Scriptures have been invented by men, say their religion is superior to the Christian Religion. They claim it’s free from all those invented and torturing articles that shock our reason or injure our humanity, with which the Christian religion abounds. Its creed is pure and sublimely simple: it is a belief in God, and there it rests. It avoids all presumptuous beliefs, and rejects, as the fabulous inventions of men, all books pretending to revelation.

When a man enters in to the realm of the thoughts of Atheism, or other, he attempts by his own reasoning and wisdom to discern what all the universe is about. Atheists seem to believe in some kind of god, but rule out the Omnipotent, Omnipresent God of the Universe. The Atheists have, as most other philosophers on the subject, a reason of thought that virtually excludes anything that is not seen, heard, felt, smelled, or tasted.

The Atheist, Materialist, etc., believes only in those things that his feeble mind can comprehend, which is very little. These philosophies come from the very depths of a man’s carnal mind. After this particular reasoning of thought becomes established and he is fully persuaded, he then feels the need to administer his idea to others in hopes that he can persuade them to believe in his wonderful imagination. His hope is that his ideas will proliferate to the extent that he has a large audience of believers.

Before he can create these reasons of logic, he must first put to rest the beliefs that there exists a personal Savior, a law of sin, and that of good and evil. He must conclude that there is no punishment for sin; no punishment for disobedience; and no Supreme Being to judge according to the deeds done in this life. Once established, his only belief is that he is, or will be, judged by the rule of law which men have constituted in this world. He who thoroughly establishes himself into one of the above categories has denounced the Old and New Testament, the Jewish religion, or other books written relating to religion. Seemingly, his belief is that Christ did not die and rise from the tomb and the Hand of God did not write the Ten Commandants that Moses gave to the children of Israel (which God also gave to the world). He is convinced that the big fish did not swallow Jonah and that Noah did not build an ark of safety. His only belief is that the universe came into existence by chance and the extraordinary Big Bang gave life to the whole universe.

The above entries show us there are vast numbers of people who do not, and will not, accept the God of the Universe or Jesus as Christ. There are many who will not accept anything in the Word of God as truth. The fundamental faith and belief of Christianity is that a Supreme Being exists who created the whole universe and all things therein and that there exists a Personal Savior. This is not necessarily only the belief of the Catholic Church, but also the belief of other religions as well. They that are born of the Spirit know that those who believe the different philosophies described above are only without understanding. For by the spirit of man that is within him, a man knows carnal things. Even so, a man born of the Spirit knows the things of God by the Spirit of God that is within him. Therefore, they know those things that the Holy Spirit teaches, because the spiritual things are spiritually understood or discerned.

Possibly the primary reason the many philosophies concerning the creation of the world exists in America is because of a misinterpretation of the third Article of the Bill of Rights in the United States Constitution by the courts. Read below the third Article and see if you can determine just what the founders' purpose was for including this article in the Bill of Rights:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

Are the Ten Commandments an establishment of a religion? The correct interpretation of this Article isn’t a hard decision to make. They are the foundation that the nation was based on, but not interpreting them as a religion. If any nation does not abide by these Commandments, it will eventually fall. The Ten Commandments are the lifeblood of the human race and are imbedded in the minds of each individual. Obviously the Founding Fathers’ purpose of this Article was not to rid our thoughts of a Supreme Being, but that the United States should not have a State Religion, and that public schools should not teach any particular religion. Evolution has become a religion within itself, because of the extent of its indoctrination to the human race. The Founders’ intention was to provide the New Nation with a guarantee of complete separation of Church and State. That the establishment of a law that forces a certain State religion on anyone should NEVER happen in America.


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