Belief in God and denial of evolution appropriate for kids? Bill Nye says no

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Are we harming our children if we take them to church and teach them that God created the heavens and the earth?

Bill Nye thinks so.

Is denial of the THEORY of evolution unique to the United States? Bill Nye ‘The Science Guy‘ states that it is.

“When you have a portion of the population that doesn’t believe in evolution it holds everybody back.” “Really.”

“Your whole world is just gonna be a mystery.” (If you don’t believe in evolution.)

“Your world becomes fantastically complicated when you don’t believe in evolution.”

“Don’t make your kids do it.” (believe in evolution.)

These are some of the fantastically, amazingly, surprisingly, narrow-minded comments by Mr. Science Guy.

And I thought the Christians were supposed to be narrow-minded.

I have had the distinct pleasure of teaching children for over three decades about the beautiful story of how God created the heavens and the earth. I have enjoyed telling the kids that they are the most important part of all of God’s creation. They are not some freakish accident that the mathematicians say is impossible. The little boys and girls are not the result of random acts of impossibility and a great struggle between the strong and the weak.

When kids are repeatedly taught that they are no more special than a fly that eats poop then its no wonder we are raising kids who don’t explore their own unique gifts and talents. All kids are uniquely gifted by God and are special treasures designed to know and love Almighty God. They are not a part of some relentless struggle between the strong and the weak.

God tells us the weak, the meek, the humble will inherit the earth. I think that probably really bugs the evolutionary thinkers.

Challenge:

Show me the proof of evolution.

I have seen all of the supposed missing links that turned out to be false.

I have seen the embarrassment of scientists needing to retract statements about fossils that proved to be a generous re-telling of the truth.

I have read about the grinding and reshaping of fossils in order to make them fit. The effort was an attempt to make a fossil look like a link between man and ape.

Why are these efforts at disguising the truth necessary if the theory is correct?

Where is the proof for this theory since we must teach it to the children? I can show you hundreds of proofs of God’s amazing creation just by walking down my street. There is no proof that can be shown to the students in the classroom that evolution has taken place.

There are lots of ideas they have come up with to propose lots of guesses as to how it may have happened, but there are too many holes in their theory.

But Bill Science Guy Nye seems to think we are harming our children and holding back progress by teaching them to believe in God.

God cares deeply for those children. They are his most special creation and the message of the Cross of Christ and their opportunity to meet God and live for ever in eternity is a message they need to hear.

Bill would rather tell them fanciful stories what might have happened.

Where is the proof of this fact Bill? there is none.

Below is a link to the great video by Ray Comfort and his Living Waters organization.

They interview several people who believe in evolution. Please watch the video. It is so worth your time.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0u3-2CGOMQ&feature=player_embedded

 

Clay Writer

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9 Responses to Belief in God and denial of evolution appropriate for kids? Bill Nye says no

  1. loopyloo305 says:

    Reblogged this on The Christian Gazette and commented:
    The trouble with actors is that they wind up believing their own act! Great post! God bless!

  2. Pingback: Belief in God and denial of evolution appropriate for kids? Bill Nye says no | just2bwise

  3. bobby90247 says:

    Sorry, Bill Nye, but I have a hard time believing anything a “Heroin ADDICT” says! AND THAT, is exactly what Darwin was…a Heroin ADDICT!!!

    What people call “evolution” is not what they make it out to be! WE do NOT “evolve” from “this-to-that!” NO! WE “progress!”

    YOU WANT PROOF?

    Go to “Proof Directory!” Whatch the video about Granite!!!

    “…nuff, said!”

  4. bobby90247 says:

    “Ooops! Sorry for the “misspelling!” I caught it out of the “cornier-of-my-eye” as I “clicked” on “Post Comment”

  5. Rene Yoshi says:

    Wow…. well, at least we know where he stands, right? [chuckle] Love the Ray Comfort video. It really does get to the heart of the issue.

    • ddclaywriter says:

      Yes we do.

      Ray Comfort does such a good job of humbly presenting the issues, but he gets such strong opposition. It really ‘burns’ some people when the Gospel is presented in a way that makes people think and consider

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