THERE’s no way to prepare you for this one, dear reader. It’s a column of sorts in the Alvin Sun-Advertiser of Alvin, Texas. The author is W. Edward Murphy. We’ve written about his work before, but when we did so we omitted Murphy’s name because we thought he had merely written a letter-to-the-editor. See: Creationist Wisdom — Example 47 (Amazing!)
It now appears that he’s some kind of regular at the Alvin Sun-Advertiser, so we’re using his name. He deserves the recognition. Murphy’s latest article is titled Eureka-The Missing Link! Here are some excerpts, with bold added by us:
Charles Darwin and his many advocates claim that man was not created, but evolved from lower life forms (How does that concept make sense to scientists, let alone be considered science?). However, assuming the evolutionary process did tatke [sic] over millions or billions of years, why is no mention made of an accompanying female, an entity decidedly necessary for procreation to take place?
Stunning, isn’t it? It’s so obvious when one thinks about it. How could we have been so blind? Let’s read on:
Evolutionary enthusiasts are prone to debunk God’s description of how man came to be on planet earth – debunk it as little more than a fable. Their “scientists” have been looking for, and always will be looking for the “missing link” between ape and man.
Their search will never be productive: There is no missing link between ape and man – it cannot exist. The real missing link in all of the pseudo-science of Darwinian evolution regarding the origin of man is the female of the species.
Although we’re still trembling at the power of Murphy’s revelation, we must gather our wits and continue:
I’ve been listening to Darwinian drivel for 70 years, and don’t remember reading about or hearing any mention of the female of the species.
At the least you would think they’d explain how a male and female could have evolved almost at the same time in order to reproduce. Or do they believe that the male-female union was unnecessary up to some indeterminate time?
Murphy unrelentingly drives his message home again and again. Having our decades-long ignorance exposed like this is too painful for your Curmudgeon to endure. Therefore we’ll give you only one more excerpt — Murphy’s announcement of the missing link:
By creating man, and woman from man, God provided the ability for man to have offspring, to populate the earth.
The first woman, Eve, is the “missing link” which has been long sought, unsuccessfully, by Darwinian evolutionists. With her, Adam was able to have sons and daughters. She is a real person, with genealogical evidence in the form of descendants (every one named) from Adam and Eve to Jesus the Christ.
Well, there it is. This changes everything. Our prior writings are no longer operative.
Update: For yet another Murphy article, see: Traditional Americans, Texas Style.
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