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Posted by Sam on April 4, 2000 03:10:47 UTC

There is no doubt that there is a God. The world is just too complex to have just happened. Because of the laws of thermodynamics the Universe is running down and increasing in disorder. Not, as evolutionists would have you believe, increasing in order and complexity. The Universe, in all it`s infinite complexity points unswervingly toward an infinite God. Man, in his selfish desires, tries to paint God out of the picture. He tries to portray himself as the ultimate intelligence in the universe. He will not accept the fact that his Creator owns him and he has to answer to Him for his misdeeds.
As for the origin of the Universe, chew on this: the Universe began as an expanding white hole. The matter that was on the outer parts of this white hole aged much more rapidly that the matter that was near the center of this negative singularity. Thus it is possible that the Earth really is only 6 to 8 thousand years old, and the Universe as a whole be billions of years old. It is a matter of which time frame you wish to refer to.
Well, you may be thinking to yourself, "Ahh, another Creationist nut!" But I urge you to ponder on the possibility that I may be right. Where do you stand with God? Consider this: One of the greatest minds of the millinium was Isaac Newton, and he was a Creationist.

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