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Evolution? Fairy Tale for Grownups!

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33 I prayed unto my God who hath revealed himself personally to mea concerning this theory and through Revelation, which medium is a superior source of wisdom than any mere empiricism, I received two blaring contradictions to the above named fundamental sciences.
34 Darwin was not acquainted with mathematics or physics, the fundamentals upon which all scientific disciplines rest, to any serious degree: he was a naturalist who drew erroneous conclusions from a loose collection of facts.
36 The fundamental premise of evolution is that organisms sprang into being from a random chance collision of molecules in a “primordial sea” or “soup” and that these admittedly simple organisms “evolved”—a term coined by some fat victorian naturalist—into more complex organisms by an equally random, chance process.
37 First of all this process in its description breaks one of the fundamental laws of physics, the second law of thermodynamics, which states that everything in nature naturally proceeds from a high energy level which is usually less stable, to a low energy state (in other words, water runs downhill, not up).
38 ...systems prefer to be in a disorganized state, rather than one that has a high degree of organization, such as a human body, in other words, things in nature proceed from a state of order through entropy to a state of disorder (I speak of random collisions of molecules).
39 A system which is organized has inherently more energy, not less than one than one which is disorganized.
40 Hence the need for an energy input of some source to effect this organization. 41 Random chance cannot explain the existence of such a monumentally complex organization as that of the human body! 42 It takes a great deal of faith of the blind kind to believe in such an absurd proposition. 43 It takes more than I am capable of mustering. The Revelations of Jesus Christ, Section 14.

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