Webster defines evolution as “the theory that all existing organisms developed from earlier forms by natural selection; Darwinism.” It’s a great theory, with much support, taught in all our schools, and even lawsuits and Hollywood movies arguing the case.

Science is defined as “a branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws, such knowledge gained through observation and experimentation” with the ability to “prove” or “replicate” the fact or truth…in a lab, and in observable reality.

Science is trying to prove evolution, but cannot. Thus its status as a “theory,” because it is unobservable, cannot be replicated in the lab, thus unproven. The current theory of evolution seems to be standing on the foundation of the belief in “primordial goo,” an undefined substance from which everything else evolved. They cannot start with the goo and move forward, because there is no goo, so they start with man and back their way all the way TO the goo. Let’s summarize the theory of evolution, and simplify it so everyone can understand it. Let’s call it Goo-volution.

Christians believe in One God, manifested as Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Who made everything. This is now softened by some to the belief of Divine Inspiration, to include those who believe what they cannot explain but don’t want to admit to Christ, or those who do believe in Christ but don’t want to enflame the argument with religious doctrines that even the Christians cannot agree upon. Christians would also point out that even if there were goo, it had to come from something or somewhere or some One, and would invoke that as proof of God’s hand in the process, thus Creationism. Evolutionists would back the existence of goo to some “spontaneous combustion,” but still not be able to explain where the combustibles came from. For a Big Bang to bang there had to something to explode.

It’s a bit interesting, to me at least, that the very denial of God seems to make the case FOR God.