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Is science impossible without evolution?
Some evolutionists have argued that science isn’t possible without evolution. They teach that science and technology actually require the principles of molecules-to-man evolution in order to work. They claim that those who hold to a biblical creation worldview are in danger of not being able to understand science!
Critical thinkers will realize that these kinds of arguments are quite ironic because evolution is actually contrary to the principles of science. That is, if evolution were true, the concept of science would not make sense. Science actually requires a biblical creation framework in order to be possible.
Science presupposes that the universe is logical and orderly and that it obeys mathematical laws that are consistent over time and space. Even though conditions in different regions of space and eras of time are quite diverse, there is nonetheless an underlying uniformity.
Scientists are able to make predictions only because there is uniformity as a result of God’s sovereign and consistent power. Scientific experimentation would be pointless without uniformity; we would get a different result every time we performed an identical experiment, destroying the very possibility of scientific knowledge.
Evolutionists are able to do science only because they are inconsistent. They accept biblical principles such as uniformity, while simultaneously denying the Bible from which those principles are derived.
Read the entire article: Evolution: The Anti-science.
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Subscribers to satellite television network DIRECTV will soon have the opportunity to watch faith-building programming developed by Answers in Genesis on the new Answers Creation Hour, set to premiere Tuesday, February 19.
Part of the new spring lineup for the NRB (National Religious Broadcasters) Network (channel 378), Answers Creation Hour will air every Tuesday evening from 9 to 10 PM (EST) as part of the NRB Network’s Nature/Science Night. AiG is pleased at the possibility of reaching more than 16 million U.S. households, plus more than 4 million Latin American homes every week.
News to Note Quick Look
Have tooth, will travel: They may not have traveled in minivans and RVs, but a tooth found in Greece suggests Neanderthals roamed the earth more than was once thought, according to research published in the Journal of Archaeological Science. Read more.
Going batty: Evolutionists’ question of which came first, bat echolocation (like sonar) or bat flight, has finally been answered—we just know that’s a question that’s been on your mind for a while! Read more.
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