Aug 7, 2008

Three Devastating Questions To Ask Evolutionists & Three Points Which Destroy The Theory Of Evolution And Show That Intelligent Design Is A Reality

"I myself am convinced that the theory of evolution, especially the extent to which it's been applied, will be one of the great jokes in the history books of the future. Posterity will marvel that so very flimsy and dubious an hypothesis could be accepted with the incredible credulity that it has."

-Malcolm Muggeridge (world famous journalist and philosopher), Pascal Lectures, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Here are three questions which I would love to hear evolutionists try to answer:

1) Which evolved first: the mouth, the stomach, the digestive fluids, or the ability to poop?

2) Which evolved first: the windpipe, the lungs, or the ability of the body to use oxygen?

3) Which evolved first: the bones, ligaments, tendons, blood supply, or the muscles to move the bones?

Conceivably, you could continue this exercise forever. The reality is that the body has a huge variety of incredibly complex systems which completely rely on other incredibly complex systems that cannot function on their own. Evolutionists just tend to ignore this bit of common sense.

3 key points which destroy the theory of evolution:

1) If evolution was true, we should have millions of transitional fossils.

But the reality is this:

"I fully agree with your comments on the lack of direct illustration of evolutionary transitions in my book. If I knew of any, fossil or living, I would certainly have included them. You suggest that an artist should be used to visualise such transformations, but where would he get the information from? I could not, honestly, provide it, and if I were to leave it to artistic license, would that not mislead the reader?"

-Dr. Colin Patterson, senior paleontologist at the British Museum of Natural History, in letter to Luther Sunderland, April 10, 1979. Cited in: Sunderland, Luther D., Darwin's Enigma: Fossils and Other Problems (El Cajon, CA: Master Books, 1988), p. 89.

Now, at this point the evolutionists and atheists will usually trot out the same handful of incredibly weak, incredibly laughable examples of "transitional forms" that have been debunked and discredited time after time (for example Archaeopteryx):

However, the reality is that if evolution was true there would be millions upon millions of very clear transitional fossils.

But there is a problem.

They are simply not there.

Evolutionist Stephen M. Stanley, Johns Hopkins University:

"In fact, the fossil record does not convincingly document a single transition from one species to another." The New Evolutionary Timetable, 1981, p.95.

The reality is that the "missing links" have always been missing.

2) If evolution was true, then we should see an "evolutionary tree" in the fossil record, with complex life developing very slowly from earlier less complex forms. Instead, we see the sudden, instant appearance of complex life in the fossil record (evolutionists refer to this as the Cambrian explosion):

The truth is that complex life first appeared on the earth in a very sudden, explosive manner.

There is no denying it.

There is no getting around it.

3) In addition, evolutionists are at a complete loss for how to explain the creation of new information that is required for one animal to turn into another animal.

As another article explains:

"The key issue is the type of change required — to change microbes into men requires changes that increase the genetic information content, from over half a million DNA ‘letters’ of even the ‘simplest’ self-reproducing organism to three billion ‘letters’ (stored in each human cell nucleus)."

The evolutionists cannot show us a single example of functional new information being added to any creature.

Evolutionist Stephen J. Gould, Harvard:

"Every paleontologist knows that most species don't change. That's bothersome....brings terrible distress. ....They may get a little bigger or bumpier but they remain the same species and that's not due to imperfection and gaps but stasis. And yet this remarkable stasis has generally been ignored as no data. If they don't change, its not evolution so you don't talk about it." Lecture at Hobart & William Smith College, 14/2/1980.

Christians, when you are in a debate with a Darwinist, this is an outstanding question to ask of them:

Do you have enough blind faith to believe that life just popped into existence from nonlife, and that such life just happened to have the ability to take in the nourishment it needed, to expel waste, and to reproduce itself, all the while having everything it needed to survive in the environment in which it suddenly found itself?

Also, we have a standing challenge for any evolutionists, skeptics or atheists to go debunk these videos:

If you can debunk those videos then you are better than any evolutionist we have ever met.

"Evolutionism is a fairy tale for grown-ups. This theory has helped nothing in the progress of science. It is useless."

-Professor Louis Bounoure, past president of the Biological Society of Strassbourg, Director of the Strassbourg Zoological Museum, Director of Research at the French National Center of Scientific Research. (Quoted in The Advocate, March 8, 1984.)

Are you a defender of the theory of evolution? Feel free to post your response to this article in the comments section.


  1. This doesn't tell me what to believe. There may being holes in the evolution theory, but what is the alternative? God designed everything? That's even more rediculous!

  2. It proves that to believe in evolution is just as ridiculous, and possibly even more ridiculous, as to believe in Creationism. But, why is it so ridiculous to believe that there is something bigger, greater, and higher out there that created everything? Why is it not okay to think that there is something more? Why is it not okay to think that humans have a soul & a purpose in life? You shouldn't be looking for people to tell you what to believe. You need to think for yourself. Gather evidence. Figure out what makes sense to you. It's important to not walk around ignorant to everything except what certain people have told you. Don't accept something as truth just because someone said it was true. Find the truth on your own. Search it out yourself. This is how we come to conclusions about who we are, what we're supposed to be, and why we're here. NOT by reading some article that disproves only one side of the argument. There are many sides to this argument from many different people & perspectives. The theory of evolution is something that began as an idea 100s of years ago. The problem is that when it was first discovered, or thought of, is that people immediately ditched everything that they believed in and began following this new theory. Yes, it opened the door for open-mindedness about life in general. And yes, it posed new questions about who we are and where we came from. For some Christians it even allowed a new perspective of God and how vast or great He really is. However, it also began a tough road for scientists who spend most of their time trying to disprove God or religion when they should be spending more time trying to understand what it is that they believe in. "Religion: a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe." You see, everything is a religion. Anything someone believes to be truth, whether backed up by facts or not, is a religion. So… what’s yours?

  3. Creationism isn't ridiculous. I believe that God created the world, that He did it in six days, and that He really does love EVERY SINGLE person in the whole world. Many people don't care to listen to Christians, because they have a reputation for being haughty, hypocritical, and judgemental. See, the thing is, Christians aren't perfect. No one is. That's why I believe that God let His Son die for us. He loves us sooooo much even though we aren't perfect. I know many people would say that it's dumb, it doesn't make any sense, and it's crazy. But there is just SOOOO much evidence of a God, of His love, and a plan for each and every one of our lives. He loves us and truly wants us to love Him back. That's what I believe. The only reason why Creation is an important and very defendable part of the Bible is that it shows us how we were made, why we are the way we are now, and how much God truly loves us. He created us to choose between our relationship with Him or our relationship with ourselves. This may just be me rambling now, but it's sooooo important. God gives each of us a reason to live, and in his Grace and love, He gives each and every one of us hypocrytical, selfish, unlovable people His fantastic, indescribable love. (Even to us Christians, who deffinitely AREN'T perfect, and do just as many wrong things as anyone else.) That's the beauty of it all. God doesn't care who you are. He just wants to get to know you, to help you, to save you, just like he helps me.

  4. 1) Which evolved first: the mouth, the stomach, the digestive fluids, or the ability to poop?

    The mouth would evolve first as they begin to learn to use fire to cook their food. The cooked food would evolved their mouth tissue and the shape of it to accomadate the new thing. This is true because the mouth is technically not part of the digestive system.

    2) Which evolved first: the windpipe, the lungs, or the ability of the body to use oxygen?

    The lungs would change first to accommodate the air quality overtime as they would have larger or smaller filters to filter the soot, ash, etc in the air. We would've had equal amounts of oxygen distributed to our bodies throughout depending on how our other parts of the body evolve to suit this change.

    3) Which evolved first: the bones, ligaments, tendons, blood supply, or the muscles to move the bones?

    The bones evolved first as the do accommodate new postures and movement. The ligaments, tendons, and muscles would follow suit to compensate for the change.

    1. 'The mouth would evolve first as they begin to learn to use fire to cook their food. The cooked food would evolved their mouth tissue and the shape of it to accomadate the new thing. This is true because the mouth is technically not part of the digestive system.' - Without a mouth, how long would something live and hope to procreate with an equally starving mate? So something keeps dieing and has the energy to reproduce? This is funny, give us some more.

    2. butternutsquashpie, the quality of your answers made it take a while for me to figure out if you were joking or not. But now I understand that you failed to grasp the meaning of the author's questions. Read them like this: "in the supposed process of life evolving from an amoeba to a human, which organ would appear first?" The point is that these systems are so complex and interconnected that they simply could not have evolved, they would have had to instantaneously appear together for them to function at all. What good would a mouth be if there were no stomach or intestines? It would serve no function at all, and therefore, by the theory's own logic, it would never have evolved in the first place.

  5. You need to learn what evolution is. You clearly know nothing about it.

  6. Creation, intelligent design, and Evolution, all religious theory and Faith, Because there is no living proof. Truly we can only have faith in something we have not witnessed. Seems like Holy Wars. Such anger when this topic is mentioned haha. Teaching our children evolution tells them nothing about science and when you die you rot and thats it. Now creation tells us there is everlasting life awaiting after our death...... One is taught in school and the other in church. I believe in creation and think the meaning of existence should not be taught in school but by parents. If you want your children learning evolution teach them yourself same as creation, there is plenty of other things to learn in school. Meaning of life should not be one of them.