The universe exists as we find it. The world in which we live offers us accommodating elements. Perhaps it could have been otherwise. Being a man who believes that God has created all things, I don’t suggest that there was an alternative outcome. But, for the sake of those who believe in evolution, I offer the possibility.
The reasoning I just applied to the universe, can also be applied to righteousness. Why isn’t it okay to murder your neighbor? Why is lying considered an evil thing? Why does immorality know any bounds at all? And if there is nothing after death, why bother to live at all?
One might respond to me, “There are limitations for the sake of the profit of the specie”. But if life is truly futile, in that every man who dies becomes nothing, why should you care about the profit of this specie?
You will respond to me, “It is proper to show love your neighbor and give respect for what life they do have”. Who told you that love even exists? If there is no accountability after death, why should it matter whether we love or not? And if the only reason you live is that someone will remember your name, what value is it when those who remember you are dead?
Do you see how futile, and ridiculously ignorant, a life lived on the foundation of evolution is?
If life among men is no more than a glorified animal, then where does the knowledge of perfection come from? Where does the concept of love originate? Animals don’t think to provide some eternal testimony of their life. No, we are not just glorified animals. We are vastly more.
For the sake of Man’s lack of patience, I will end this writing by simply pointing to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. There you will find these questions. There you will find the answers.
Every man knows these questions exist. But how many are willing to search out the answers? Instead of searching, I find men drawing opinions from their imagination. What will you do?
By His Grace