ark this day in history as the day that those godless heathens known as evolutionists lost the battle to the ever right and moral creationists. The blow was simple yet eloquent and delivered shockwaves across America with a thunderclap of righteousness. Evolutionists did not see it coming, how could they? They only have the power of man on their side. They who are right have the immeasurable power of God. The blow took three words and those three words will haunt any geologist, paleontologist, archaeologist or astronomer that will choose to pursue knowledge through “purely scientific” means rather than through the group of books that has defined man’s destiny since 4004 B.C., otherwise known as the Bible (oh and that B.C. stands for Before Christ, another example scientists fail to acknowledge). These three words in sum are: were you there? Something so succinct can be quite voracious. For example, paleontologists try to convince the children of this Christian nation that dinosaurs lived for several hundred million years up to 65 million years ago when some magical force wiped all of them out. “But… were you there?” asks one young innocent Christian child trying to understand how the Bible and God fit into this understanding of the world. With nothing to rely on but the imperfect and miscalculated tests of the scientific community, the paleontologist stammers for a quick response to stifle the young child. The paleontologist was not there, he realizes, and therefore cannot know what happened in these supposed millions of years ago. But combining the powers of science with those of the Lord, one is able to precisely document the nature of the dinosaurs and their imminent relation with man along with a multitude of other facts such as the date of creation, which if I am not mistaken is January 1st of 4004 B.C. (just joking, I know that it was really the nightfall before Sunday the 23rd of October of 4004 B.C. - thank you James Ussher!).
Let’s take another example: light from the stars takes “millions” or “billions” of light years to reach Earth. This poses a problem, claim astronomers, considering the brief amount of time the Universe has been around. Apparently no starlight would reach Earth until many thousands of years after Creation thus implicating that the three magi would not have had a star to guide them to Jesus in the manger on the 25th of December. This directly contradicts the Bible. Giving these “scientists” the benefit of the doubt that they already know they were not there, step two of the airtight argument comes in to play. If these people had any knowledge of the Bible they would know of God’s awesome power and would rightly conclude, like all true believers have, that God put the light in route to its earth-bound destination. It’s a fact and it is called created antiquity. With a one-two punch, the believers are victorious. Evolutionists will have quite a tough time with this foundation shocking argument.
Just for fun let’s take another example. What about the Holocaust? If you ask me, I was not there and knowing that God is omni-benevolent as well as omnipotent, according to biblical teachings, I conclude that it did not happen. How could it with a god like God? God is omni-benevolent and will not harm anyone unless it is serving some important lesson that is only known by God. God is also omnipotent and can make it seem as though these terrible things did occur without actually doing any harm. The same goes for slavery or for any war before the date of my birth. Actually all of “history” before my date of birth did not happen considering I was not there. But my presence in the flesh is nothing compared to the willful hand of God, so at any point before now, God has already created the antiquity to make it seem as though all this history has taken place. Everything I grew up doing, thinking and learning is only a product of God’s wondrous imagination. Everything up until this present moment is only the work of God and no other. I actually have not written anything here. This is created antiquity. Make sure to ask God though if I was here.