This is your lucky day, dear reader. For the fourth time we’re visiting the Alvin Sun-Advertiser of Alvin, Texas to discuss another thought-provoking article by that legendary Texas intellect, W. Edward Murphy.
Our last post about Murph was Choose: Jesus the Scientist or Darwin the Fool. And we remind you that it was during an earlier visit with Murph, Traditional Americans, Texas Style, that we first tested our top secret InterStall™ bathroom listening device.
Without further delay, let’s give you some excerpts from Views From The Right: Murphology. You read that correctly — Murphology. We’re going to learn about the personal philosophy and science of the greatest sage in Texas. Your life may never be the same. Here we go, with bold font added by us:
The title was going to be “The Absurdity of Darwinism”, but it wouldn’t have been sufficient. It seemed better to posit Darwin’s theory, his concept of the origin of man, with my belief in God’s version of what really happened.
“Posit”? Okay, let’s read on:
[It is] my opinion (Murphology) that, the instant in eternity that God decided to create man, He knew man would fall from Grace, the state in which he was created, and would require a Redeemer to rescue him from perdition. He knew man could not redeem himself.
God created man about 6,000 years ago; many like to scoff at the idea that Adam was a real man, but there are genealogies that attest to his existence.
We’ll skip that part and continue:
Imagine! Me, a transplanted Yankee (55 years ago), a plain old Christian Conservative, with the temerity to label Darwinism absurd! And doing so in the face of the wide acceptance by Academia (it’s so entrenched in the minds of the Texas Board of Education that they’ll permit NO other possible reason for the existence of man, certainly not the absurdity of Intelligent Design or an Intelligent Designer!); and also by scientists, many who refuse to acknowledge that the discovery of DNA by microbiologists blows Darwin’s “simple cell” theory to smithereens (fragments, bits).
DNA disproves Darwin! Here’s more:
Darwin makes no sense to me for a couple of reasons: He theorized that all life proceeded from a simple call, in a primordial ooze, stimulated by some form of energy. It bothers me that it didn’t bother Darwin to wonder where the ooze and energy came from.
Yeah — Darwin really blew it by failing to explain the ooze. Here’s Murph’s second reason why Darwin makes no sense:
The fact that there’s not ONE transitional fossil (one species evolving into another) of the Billions that should exist, doesn’t seem to bother Darwin’s supporters like it bothers me.
No transitionals. Not even one! This Murphology stuff is great! Oh wait — now he’s giving us the third of his “couple of reasons” why Darwin makes no sense:
The fact that there are no reasons given by Darwin for man’s existence, for the existence of good and evil, or for the conduct of his “evolved” humans, creates, I perceive, a greater void than even his ridiculous “simple cell”, the shattered cornerstone of his entire theory.
The “shattered cornerstone” of Darwin’s theory! You gotta love this Murphology! There’s other good stuff in Murph’s column, but we’ll give you only one more excerpt:
Another thing that’s troubling, though not, apparently, to Darwin’s supporters in the United States, is the universal acceptance of Darwinism by every vicious tyrant (even Muslim tyrants) of our day. Though not every Darwinist is a tyrant, it should bother the Darwinist, I believe, that all great evil-doers base their philosophy of life on Charles Darwin’s absurd theory.
Every tyrant is a Darwinist! Who knew? Hey — besides that, they all use electricity and believe in gravity. There is much to think about here. Texas should be proud of Murph. Very proud.
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