Fossil collector Richard Leakey, an atheist, claims that science will silence evolution skeptics in 15 to 30 years. He says, “If you don’t like the word ‘evolution,’ I don't care what you call it, but life has changed. You can lay out all the fossils that have been collected and establish lineages that even a fool could work up. So, the question is why, how does this happen? It's not covered by Genesis. There’s no explanation for this change going back 500 million years in any book I’ve read from the lips of any God” (“Evolution Skeptics Will Soon Be Silenced,” AP, May 28, 2012). Richard is the son of Louis Leakey, the patriarch of the family that claims to have unearthed “much of the existing fossil evidence for human evolution.” In the book Seeing the Non-existent: Evolution’s Myths and Hoaxes, we deal with the Leakeys and the major icons of human evolution. The book is based on extensive research, including visits to the most prominent natural history museums in the US, England, and Australia. We deal with icons such as Cro-Magnon, Neanderthal, Java Man, Piltdown, Nebraska Man, Peking Man, Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus, and Lucy. The more I study the history of the search for the supposed missing link between man and animal, the more amazed I am that they have gotten away with foisting such a myth upon the world. The only explanation is found in the Bible, which says that man is in rebellion to God and under the spiritual power of the devil, who is called “the god of this world” (2 Corinthians 4:4). The Bible also says that in the last days men will scoff at the miracles of the Bible because they want to walk after their own lusts rather than submit to the Creator (2 Peter 3). For more than a century, evolutionists have gotten away with a massive deception. The charts depicting the rise of man from an ape and the fanciful paintings and models of ape-men have influenced multitudes of people to think that there is scientific evidence for the evolution of man from the animal kingdom. The fact is that there is no such evidence. The charts and depictions are based on nothing more than vain speculation and evolutionary presumption. In 1999, Henry Gee, chief science writer for Nature magazine, made the following admission: “To take a line of fossils and claim that they represent a lineage is not a scientific hypothesis that can be tested, but an assertion that carries the same authority as a bedtime story--amusing, perhaps even instructive, but not scientific” (Gee, In Search of Deep Time). What is certain is that in 30 years the 67-year-old Richard Leakey will know that evolution is a lie.
(Friday Church News Notes, June 8, 2012, www.wayoflife.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 866-295-4143)
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