This is from Butterfly Evolution...
This really is an exciting time to live in. My faith and desire to learn were completely revolutionized when I realized how completely God’s creative grandeur and infallible Word lined up so neatly.
I know we get accused of being lazy when we say God-did-it but it’s no different than comparing a guy who spends his life pulling his hair out trying to duplicate a magnificent computer program by bashing on a keyboard randomly to prove it can be done, verses being the guy who simply researches the information available on the programmer, going to his/her office, and asking insightful questions regarding thoughts for deciding to make the program as they did and exploring the usefulness and functionality of the program.
The second person is going to make more useful progress than the one who is set on proving that things happen the way they don’t.
I personally receive great joy sharing the little known but very potent creation perspective that demolishes Darwin’s false pretensions. I know on a forum like this it is hard to tell if people are really thinking about the exchange and the truth, or if they are just calculating their next maneuver.
However, in my daily life talking with friends and family, I find it very rewarding to discuss what we’ve been taught through public education about the ToE and whether it holds up to scrutiny and then turning around and sharing how the Bible continues to stand up untouched and infallible against honest scrutiny and inquiry.
Knowing that I don’t have to do mental contortions to look at butterflies through the lens of evolution and simply allowing God to be the Author of creation, as He is, takes the pressure off of me and allows me to let Him tell the correct story of how things work by His Word and in His world.
Some Christians may have a lazy approach to truth or a God-of-the-Gaps mentality but I think those people haven’t come face to face with His truth in a substantial enough way. The more I study His world and His Word the more I enjoy rolling my sleeves up and looking for those answers of truth with honesty and humility.
How many stumbling blocks like the butterfly are needed before an evolutionist realizes that the naturalist’s presumptions are a facade?