The last letter-to-the-editor for the year is appropriately titled God’s last creation. It appears in the Wichita Eagle of Wichita, Kansas. It’s the second of three letters at that link, and the newspaper has a comments feature.
Because the writer isn’t a politician, preacher, or other public figure, we won’t embarrass or promote him by using his full name. His first name is Russell. Excerpts from his letter will be enhanced with our Curmudgeonly commentary and some bold font for emphasis. Here we go!
When I see the opening of the TV show “The Big Bang Theory,” I wonder how many people are repulsed with an idea to demean the person of God?
We don’t know what Russell means by “repulsed with an idea to demean.” It could be either “repulsed by” or “inspired with.” Anyway, here’s a link to the TV show’s theme song. It’s only 20 seconds long, and it’s safe to play it at work — unless you’re employed by creationists. Here’s more:
The Bible says in James 2:19 that even demons believe in God. This means the originator of the Big Bang theory was Satan, seeking to discredit the Bible.
Here we assume Russell means the theory, not the TV show, because after that he tells us:
The Big Bang has its roots in the theory of evolution.
BWAHAHAHAHAHA! We won’t comment on that. Russell continues:
Charles Darwin refused to believe God’s account of creation in the first two chapters of Genesis. His passion to disprove the Bible drove him to create an elaborate lie, which has deceived humanity for 150 years.
Verily, Darwin was an evil man. Let’s read on:
If Darwin had considered Genesis 11:1-9, he might have realized God’s last creation was the diversity of language.
What? Oh, Russell explains that in the next excerpt:
If humans and apes had a common ancestor, humanity would have one language. Evolution can not explain the diversity of human languages, of which there are about 7,000. No other single species of creation is divided by this fact.
He’s right! Toads don’t have that many languages. Nor do tarantulas or tortoises. And now we come to the end:
This is why God divided humanity – to humble us and recognize God’s power, and know how much we need His help to care for others.
Brilliant! And inspirational too. Thanks, Russell.
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