YOU WANT LOGIC!? YOU WANT REASON!? All right, logic and reason coming up!
First, I want you to read the Bible. No, I don't mean flip it to Psalm 23 and read over that, I mean read the whole thing. Now, I want you to name one problem with the Bible. There are prophecies in the Bible that are now coming true today. On top of this, there are a great many prophecies in the Bible that have already been completed. Some people were pointing to the time when Israel ceased to exist and said that this proved the Bible wrong. Guess what? Israel's back. All right, now them I'm done with the overview, I will proceed to defend two major points of the Bible against evolution.The Beginning
So, here are the two views. Note that I am fifteen, and so am susceptible to errors, but here is the basic premise of each theory.Evolution
In the beginning, there was... dirt. A small speck of dirt, floating in a vacuum that has become the universe of today. And the dirt was packed into a tiny ball (some evolution text books say smaller than a period), and it was spinning... fast. At an undetermined point, this spinning speck blew up, the Big Bang. From this speck flew galaxies, solar systems, nebulae, so on, forming the universe. Get this folks: it all came from a floating speck. That was one heavy piece of dirt... The Earth was at this time just a barren rocky planet like Mars, but it started to rain (where'd the water come from?), and the rock and water reacted to form a soup. In this soup, a small microorganism formed (wow, that hardly ever happens). Two microorganisms, in fact. Two microorganisms that just happened to be of the same type, and at the same place (Do I need to go into odds, here?). And the two microorganisms were the first living things, and soon there was daddy microorganism, mommy microorganism, and baby microorganism. So the microorganisms grew and reproduced and got more complex. Soon, the was a worm. Then one day a worm had a baby snake. Then the snake had a baby lizard. And so on, evolving into ever-more-complicated creatures. Wow. Why doesn't that happen today? Now after all that tongue-in-cheek poking at that ridiculous theory, to Creation.The Bible
In the beginning, there was God, the all-powerful, all-knowing origin of all that is. Before the concept of time was ever thought of by men (good reason, there weren't any), God started his magnificent work, creating the heavens and the Earth. On the first day he said, "Let there be light." And there was light. He called the light day and the darkness night. The second day, God separated the waters from the waters with a firmament. On the third day, God created land and the trees. Fourth day, He created the sun, moon, and stars. Fifth day, He created birds and fish. On the sixth day, God created the animals of the earth and his most precious creation, man. On the seventh day, God rested. He later gave the first man, Adam, a wife made from a rib from Adam's side. Adam called this creation woman
, which means, literally, from man. The first people were happy until they broke the one rule that God had made: They ate of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of Good and Evil. The man realized now that he needed a covering, and tried to make clothes of leaves. Then God performed the first sacrifice of a lamb, setting the standard for men's sacrifices thereafter, and made the people clothing of the lamb's wool. They were banished from the garden and forced to make their food from working the ground. They had children and the population of the Earth increased into what it is today in roughly siux thousand years, give or take a few thousand.
Basically, Evolution believes that our ancestors were microorganisms that evolved in a strange soup, whilst God says that man has been man since he was created. If the ridiculousness of Evolution doesn't show you that it is wrong, I will present more surrounding the two stories as needed.
Last topic: The FloodEvolution
There was no flood.
Maybe it was a local event.The Bible
The Earth had become evil and had angered God to the point which the Bible says he regretted creating them. There was one faithful man, however, named Noah. The LORD called him to construct a boat in exact dimensions, even though there seems to never have been a boat constructed up to that point. Noah had faith, however, and followed God's command. When the boat was finished, the eight people (Noah, his wife, Shem, Hem, a Japheth and their wives) who would survive the flood climbed in. God sent two animals of every unclean species to the boat (or ark), and seven of each clean species. When all had entered, God (not Noah) shut the door of the ark. Then it began to rain. It rained very hard, and, at God's command, the fountains of the deep (apparently underground springs) opened. The people outside the ark drowned, as the water reached higher than the highest mountain. The ark finally came to rest on the mountains (notice plural) of Ararat. The water receded finally, and the animals and people got off onto dry land. God gave the rainbow as a sign that he would never totally submerge the earth again. The survivors then repopulated the Earth.Arguments
Petroleum (it was created by the enormous pressure caused by the water on top of organic matter. The pressure compressed the organic material into oil)
Fossils (How can evolutionists explain that there are fossils present on MT. Everest? And that there was obviously a rapid burial?)
I rest my case.
I can take on a whole room of evolutionists with one half of my brain tied behind my back, because I'm right, and they're wrong