The evolutionists are fun to make fun of. They are so easily lead astray! Here are a couple of examples:
Orangutan: face cloth
Upon seeing this, it is tempting to think: “oh my, maybe we do have a recent evolutionary ancestor with the orangutan!”. Please, humans are humans and orangutans are stinky animals. Sometimes, perhaps as a test of our faith, The Almighty allows for Satan to get these animals to behave in this manner.
There is one good thing however: note how the orangutan with the cloth doesn’t fall for the socialist “it is nice to share” ethic even when his smaller buddy wants to try it.
“Go get your own cloth!” he appears to say. Sharing would just make the smaller orangutan lazy and dependent on Big Government.
Sometimes the scientists get too cute for their own good. Here is an example of where scientists study some lizards and note that the ones that live in the white sand area tend to have “white skins”. No surprise; Jesus loves the lizards too.
But they go on babbling about how the skins came about as a different mutation to the same gene; these changes probably didn’t happen at he same time or in the same way; they assume some “natural selection” reason.
PLEEEEASE. What probably happened was this: some of the lizards feared God, the others were sinners (probably gay or socialist). Hence they didn’t get their protection until they repented properly.
Besides, as we have seen before, skin traits in animals aren’t caused by genes; they are caused by what their parents were looking at when they mated. See Genesis 30:27-43:
But Laban said to him, “If I have found favor in your eyes, please stay. I have learned by divination that the LORD has blessed me because of you.” 28 He added, “Name your wages, and I will pay them.”
29 Jacob said to him, “You know how I have worked for you and how your livestock has fared under my care. 30 The little you had before I came has increased greatly, and the LORD has blessed you wherever I have been. But now, when may I do something for my own household?”
31 “What shall I give you?” he asked.
“Don’t give me anything,” Jacob replied. “But if you will do this one thing for me, I will go on tending your flocks and watching over them: 32 Let me go through all your flocks today and remove from them every speckled or spotted sheep, every dark-colored lamb and every spotted or speckled goat. They will be my wages. 33 And my honesty will testify for me in the future, whenever you check on the wages you have paid me. Any goat in my possession that is not speckled or spotted, or any lamb that is not dark-colored, will be considered stolen.”
34 “Agreed,” said Laban. “Let it be as you have said.” 35 That same day he removed all the male goats that were streaked or spotted, and all the speckled or spotted female goats (all that had white on them) and all the dark-colored lambs, and he placed them in the care of his sons. 36 Then he put a three-day journey between himself and Jacob, while Jacob continued to tend the rest of Laban’s flocks.
37 Jacob, however, took fresh-cut branches from poplar, almond and plane trees and made white stripes on them by peeling the bark and exposing the white inner wood of the branches. 38 Then he placed the peeled branches in all the watering troughs, so that they would be directly in front of the flocks when they came to drink. When the flocks were in heat and came to drink, 39 they mated in front of the branches. And they bore young that were streaked or speckled or spotted. 40 Jacob set apart the young of the flock by themselves, but made the rest face the streaked and dark-colored animals that belonged to Laban. Thus he made separate flocks for himself and did not put them with Laban’s animals. 41 Whenever the stronger females were in heat, Jacob would place the branches in the troughs in front of the animals so they would mate near the branches, 42 but if the animals were weak, he would not place them there. So the weak animals went to Laban and the strong ones to Jacob. 43 In this way the man grew exceedingly prosperous and came to own large flocks, and female and male servants, and camels and donkeys.