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Friday, April 24 2015
Psalm 147: Rescuing Charles Darwin From The Atheists
"Life was first breathed by the Creator"
Many scientists are believers in God - they have the intelligence and the wisdom to see what the are seeing. Some even still have the courage to publicly admit their awareness of, and belief in, the Creator - despite what it will cost them in the "scientific community" that has very much become bewitched by arrogant humanism and atheism.
Some of the greatest "high priests" of scientific atheism have had their names and research hijacked by those who came long afterward - people looking for a free ride by revising and changing the intent, the spirit, of other people's work - while the actual scientists in their lifetimes never lost their wisdom and knowledge, their humble recognition, of the LORD (see also Einstein's Holy Spirit Formula).
Charles Darwin's famous The Origin of Species is now commonly used by many as their "bible of atheism," but Darwin himself was not an atheist. The problem that Darwin had with "religion" (the reason that Darwin, a respectable English gentleman, stopped going to his local church; he thereafter often went for walks while his wife attended their local church on Sundays) is the very same that the true Church of God has had with "religion" for centuries - the ability to recognize what are simply man-made religious fantasies and self-serving delusions that reject the actual plain truth of the Word of the Creator.
Consider, as Darwin himself wrote in The Origin of Species:
"Therefore I should infer from analogy that probably all the organic beings which have ever lived on this earth have descended from some one primordial form, into which life was first breathed by the Creator."
Very often the denial of the true Creator is mixed with a glorification of non-existent gods - something that Charles Darwin never did.
It is a bizarre irony and hypocrisy that while denying the existence of the true God, those of the present God-rejecting cult within "science" routinely name (or perpetuate) scientific discoveries and programs, particularly those involving the heavens, with the names of mythical gods and idols. Scientists and astrologers share the same love of those names. Some examples:
The people of the Holy Bible were real people who knew the Creator - the LORD God (see the Fact Finder question below). Like Charles Darwin, none of them were so foolish as to believe in the cult of atheism (see What Prophecy Do Atheists Fulfill For Themselves?). When David said "He telleth the number of the stars; he calleth them all by their names," He knew exactly Who he was talking about.
"147:1 Praise ye the LORD: for it is good to sing praises unto our God; for it is pleasant; and praise is comely.
This Day In History
This Day In History, April 24
1479 BC: Thutmose III ascended to the throne of Egypt.
1184 BC: The traditional date of the fall of Troy.
1533: William the Silent, prince of Orange, was born. He led the revolution against Spanish rule and helped create an independent Netherlands.
1547: Holy Roman Emperor Charles V defeated the Protestants at Muehlberg, near Leipzig, Germany (see The Holy Roman Empire Of The German Nation).
1558: Mary Queen of Scots, at age 16, married the dauphin of France, the future Francois II.
1877: Russia declared war on the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Empire of Turkey occupied and controlled much of the Middle East, including the land of Israel for centuries - until British forces liberated the region at the end of the First World War (see A History Of Jerusalem: The British Mandate).
1884: Otto von Bismarck cabled Capetown to inform them that South Africa was then a German colony.
1898: Spain declared war on the United States after receiving a U.S. ultimatum to withdraw from Cuba.
1906: William Joyce, U.S.-born British Nazi collaborator during the Second World War, was born. He broadcast German propaganda to Britain, where he earned the nickname "Lord Haw-Haw." He was later hanged for treason.
1916: Ernest Shackleton, along with five men of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, began a rescue, from uninhabited Elephant Island in the Southern Ocean, of the ice-trapped ship Endurance.
1916: The Easter Rising in Dublin, an insurrection aimed at setting up an Irish Republic, began.
1918: During the First World War (1914-1918), the first tank-to-tank combat, at Villers-Bretonneux, France; British Mark IVs versus German A7Vs.
1921: The Tyrol region of central Europe voted for union with Germany.
1932: Nazis made German election gains in Prussia, Bavaria, Wurttemberg and Hamburg (see Presidential Quotes On War, Terrorism, Religion).
1945: Allied troops liberated the Dachau concentration camp.
1950: The Kingdom of Jordan was formed by the union of Jordanian-occupied Palestine and the Kingdom of Transjordan ("Transjordan" means across the Jordan; see Israel In History and Prophecy: Balfour Declaration; see also Where Is Palestine? and Jordan's West Bank Invasion).
1953: Winston Churchill was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II.
1957: The Suez Canal was reopened after UNEF peacekeepers entered the region.
1967: Soviet cosmonaut Vladimir Komarov was killed when his spacecraft crashed in Russia after 17 orbits of the earth.
1980: Eight U.S. servicemen died in Operation Eagle Claw, an attempt by President Jimmy Carter to rescue the Iran hostages.
1981: The "IBM Personal Computer" was introduced.
1986: The Duchess of Windsor, born in the U.S. as Wallis Warfield, died at age 89. Her marriage, as a divorced woman, to King Edward VIII led to his abdication in 1936.
1990: The Hubble Space Telescope was launched into earth orbit.
1990: West and East Germany agreed to merge their currency and economies on the next July 1.
1992: Scientists working with the COBE satellite announced that their data showed hot and cold "ripples" in space which indicated proof of the "big bang". Stephen Hawking called it "the discovery of the century, if not all time." Project leader George Smoot said, "If you are religious, it's like looking at God" (see also The Christian Universe).
1996: Russian President Boris Yeltsin met Chinese President Jiang Zemin at the start of a visit to Beijing hailed by both sides as signaling a new relationship between them.
2005: Joseph Ratzinger became the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, taking the name Pope Benedict XVI (see also The Struggle For The Papacy).