So, Darwin couldn’t believe in the God of the Bible primarily because he couldn’t accept a good god making bad things. Sincerely, he applied logic based on the premise that because bad things exist in nature then the Creator of the Bible cannot; and he came up with a logical alternative explanation for our existence, which we call the Theory of Evolution. It is utterly sad, to me, that Darwin didn’t know the Bible, or science, better.
This lecture will blow the minds of most of you, I’m sure. Professor Walter Veith, world speaker, former (and admittedly very staunch) evolutionist, shows from the Bible and science how Darwin based his theory on a faulty foundation, and how the bad of nature is not only understood quite well within context of the Biblical account of creation and subsequent “fall” of man, but supports the account. This lecture is part of 6-lecture series about Bible prophecy and where we are, prophetically, in “The Stream of Time”.
PROFESSOR WALTER VEITH, “CREATION TO RESTORATION”: