This website brought to you by accident.
Millions and millions of years ago, in the dawn of time, lightning, or perhaps some other strange thing caused the first living cell to... uhm... start. This cell, instead of dying seconds after it was born, knew that it must replicate quickly, lest it perish. So, knowing time was of the essence, it multiplied and divided until there were many others just like it.
Over the next many millions of years, it learned a lot. He and his playmates adapted to everything that came their way, until there was all sorts of life on the earth, of all shapes and sizes, capable of many magnificent things. Such as designing websites.
We know this is true because they say it on TV, in school textbooks, and in movies. That and of course, all real scientists know it is true as well. If they were not 100% sure, they would use words like "we think" or "we imagine", but of course they don't. They know Evolution is true.
So what's the problem with that?
Well, nothing, except that the most credible ancient document passed down through history tells a completely different story. The Bible is an amazing book. It is history, poetry, romance, thriller, war novel, drama, and the story of salvation through Jesus Christ for all who will believe in the power of His name. The Bible has been systematically attacked in the name of "science" in the past 2 hundred years.
Atheists (and others who have been decieved by atheists) have taken the facts of biology, geology, paleontology, biochemistry and anthropology, and filled in the blanks with interpretations to suggest that man is the most recent event in a long series of "Happy Accidents" which started with the luckiest event of all, the accidental spark of all life in the primordial soup. These assumptions have been so cleverly built up since Charles Darwin published "Origin of Species", in 1859, that they have pervaded every aspect of modern thought.
Still, there are those who cling to what the Bible says. Why is this so? Hasn't the proof come in? Don't all scientists agree? Hardly. In fact, many brilliant people, in all of the sciences do not accept the theory of Evolution. Teachers, who tried to enlighten their students to some of the flaws with the theory have actually lost their jobs. Science journals will not publish "pro-creation" evidence, and the great Storytellers on "science" Cable TV won't breathe a word about things which might shake the foundations of Evolution. Why not? Aren't they all honest, well meaning scientists? Why would they conceal ANY of the facts?
The Bible says:
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." It says that he did it in Six Days. It tells us many other details which can be lined up against facts found in nature to test whether the account could really be true. In this same way, we can take Evolutionary theory, and it's assumptions and test them against the evidences found in and upon the earth.
This website is about the WHOLE of History. It is the search for the TRUTH. It is the all encompassing story of all things. How we view our origins and our maker, whether it was mother lightning bolt, or Father God, effects how we view our past, our future, our value of life and our ultimate fate. All seekers are welcome to join me in a study of Quantum History!
‘If the solar system was brought about by an accidental collision, then the appearance of organic life on this planet was also an accident, and the whole evolution of Man was an accident too. If so, then all our present thoughts are mere accidents — the accidental by-product of the movement of atoms. And this holds for the thoughts of the materialists and astronomers as well as for anyone else’s. But if their thoughts — i.e. of materialism and astronomy — are merely accidental by-products, why should we believe them to be true? I see no reason for believing that one accident should be able to give me a correct account of all the other accidents. It’s like expecting that the accidental shape taken by the splash when you upset a milkjug should give you a correct account of how the jug was made and why it was upset.’
C.S. Lewis (1898–1963), The Business of Heaven, Fount Paperbacks, U.K., p. 97, 1984.