Did God Create the Human Race, or Did We Evolve? (Part 12)
By Dr. Max D. Younce
I believe the Bible, that God is the Creator of man and we did not arrive on earth by the process of evolution. My question is: Is there anything scientific to confirm that things get into chaos, rather than improve when left to themselves?
You have an excellent point. Things do not get better and better through natural selection; but, rather deteriorate when left to themselves. This is proven through Science, itself, by the Second Law of Thermodynamics. The First Law of Thermodynamics deals with heat transfer, the Third Law relates to the behavior of chemical substances at low temperatures. The Second Law deals with Entropy (heat loss) and establishes this truth, that things left to themselves will certainly not develop into a higher state of complexity; but will tend to decay and degenerate into more randomness.
Fred Kohler, an ardent evolutionist, is honest enough to admit that evolution has hit a dead end street. Mr. Kohler says: “One of the most fundamental maxims of the physical sciences is the trend toward greater randomness the fact that, on the average, things will get into disorder rather than into order if left to themselves. This is essentially the statement that is embodied in the Second Law of Thermodynamics.” (Evolution and Human Destiny, pp. 14-15). Therefore, the evolutionist does not even believe his own established scientific laws and he wants me to believe his philosophy instead of God! God knows them well and describes them as such,
“A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.” (James 1:5).
What would happen to a crop of corn, oats, rye, wheat, or soy beans if left to itself, with God not sending the rain and the farmer not cultivating, fertilizing or controlling the weeds? The crop wouldn’t amount to anything.
Why do grape growers have to prune their vineyards? If they didn’t, it wouldn’t be long before the vines would be producing tiny grapes of no worth.
Some time back, I was witnessing to a college professor who was an evolutionist. I asked him if he was familiar with the Second Law of Thermodynamics. He acknowledged that he was. I asked him to tell me how his daughter would turn out if he shut her in her room, never allowed her to play with other children, never sent her to school, and never talked with her. What would be the result in ten years? His answer was “A jibbering idiot.” I said to him, if evolution were true, since she would inherit the genes of her father, a college professor, and her mother, a high school teacher, she should evolve into a super-genius as a young lady without any help from anyone. I shall never forget what he told me. His words were, “How can a man of my education be so intelligent, and yet void of any common sense and so foolish?”
Further, if we evolved from animals to man, why did we not inherit a sense of smell equal to that of a bear, fox, or wolf? Why didn’t we inherit the eyesight of an eagle? When certain reptiles lose their tails through predatory attack, they can grow new ones. Why did not man inherit such a characteristic that he might grow a new finger, arm, or leg should one be severed? No, evolution is based, “upon belief in the reality of the unseen; belief in the fossils that cannot be produced; belief in the embryological evidence that does not exist; and belief in breeding experiments that refuse to come off.”
God speaks in Psalm 53:1,
“The FOOL hath said in his heart, there is no God.”
“The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.” (Proverbs 1:7).