Reproductive Reasoning

Genesis 1:24-31

In these verses God answers a question that evolution cannot answer. If evolution is true, either as taught in public school or even theistic evolution (in which God used evolution to bring man into existence), if either method of evolution is true then, as everything about us was evolving from a single cell creature all the way through to what we know as human beings today; as legs and arms evolved, as eyes and ears evolved, as absolutely nothing about our being remained unchanged; as that complete evolution of our being took place over millions of years; I would suppose that at some point we were blind, because our eyes had not fully evolved, or deaf, because our hearing had not evolved, or even somewhat immobile, because our limbs were not yet what they are today, honestly, it’s a miracle that we survived at all!

However, over the course of those millions of years, and the billions of changes that took place to arrive at what we are today, did you ever stop to think that one thing about our beings had to function perfectly every time and at every stage along the way; our reproductive systems. If not, the entire process would have ceased right there. And it not only had to function perfectly in the female of the species, but also in the male. And just how many intricate parts are involved in the human reproductive system? Now, what do you think the odds of both the reproductive systems of the male and female functioning perfectly, while everything else about our anatomy was constantly evolving?

Honestly, isn’t it much easier to believe God when He, in Psalm 139:14, says that we are “fearfully and wonderfully made?” You are a special creation of God, created with a special purpose in mind, therefore determine to find His will for your life and do it.

One Response to “Reproductive Reasoning”

  1. Victoria says:

    Unlike the four spammers who commented before me, I actually read your article. I liked it a lot, it’s similar to something I read on a book by a conservative political commentator. She pointed out that each miniscule mutation has to not only function, but also be useful enough that it makes those with it more fruitful than those without it. For example, I guess it takes like 400+ steps to go from finless to having a fin. What are the odds that each of those steps promotes superior survival?

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