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Scoffing Evolution

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Scoffing Evolution
"...so long will the doctrine that God is an exalted man hold its place against the idle sophistries of the learned world. The doctrine is true. It cannot be unthroned. A truth is a solemn thing. Not the mockery of ages, not the lampooning of the schoolmen, not the derision of the multitude, not the blasphemy of the world, can affect it; it will always remain true."  (B. H. Roberts, Seventy's Course in Theology, 3:, p.189)
 
The heathen may rage and imagine a vain thing; but the Lord will hold them in derision and guide them as with a bit and a hook in their jaws, while his people shall flourish like a watered garden upon the mountains. All the promises of God will be fulfilled unto us. A little one shall become a thousand, and a small one a strong nation, and the Lord will hasten it in its time. Amen.     Brigham Young; (Journal of Discourses, 26 vols., 6:, p.121)
 
The Long Arm of the Law
So what is the overall application of the second law to the origins
debate? It is as simple as it is powerful. The second law absolutely negates any type of random improvement—the backbone of Darwinistic thinking. For example, it prohibits a series of interacting chemicals from becoming more complex, like amino acids developing into proteins without outside assistance. In fact, the law says the reverse tendency is true. If complex chemicals could somehow be intentionally made to exist, there is no way to keep them from reverting to simpler forms without intentional assistance.
 
 

 

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