We learned about this thanks to a tip from our clandestine operative in Kentucky, code-named “Blue Grass.” But to present it properly, we need to change mentalities. [*Begin Creation Mode*]
Okay, now we’re ready. You Darwinist creeps are always demanding evidence from creationists. Okay, today you’re going to get it. Check out this headline at a website called Inside Edition, located in New York City: Florida Woman Says She Saw Jesus in a Horseshoe Crab Shell.
Here’s one excerpt, with bold font added by us for emphasis:
A Florida woman seeking inspiration from a higher power was shell-shocked as she found it — on a horseshoe crab. Photographer Cathy Rader, of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., had recently quit her job to work full time on a picture book about her town. Eager for help, she called out to God and asked for a sign. The devout Christian then turned to a horseshoe crab shell that was recently given to her and held it up to the light — and that’s when she saw it: an image of Jesus Christ on the bottom.
Amazing, huh? Click over there and look at the pictures. Then try to explain how your pathetic Darwinism could have done this. You can’t, can you? Admit it — you fool! — there’s no way in a million billion years your mutations and natural selection could possibly account for this crab. No way!
Okay, we hear you. You’re saying you don’t trust that website? Okay, then how about CBS News? They have a story on it too. Take a look at Florida woman says she has found Jesus on a horseshoe crab. They have pictures too, and they say, with our bold font:
Cathy Rader says her friend found a horseshoe crab shell while they were walking on New Smyrna Beach and gave it to her. … Then, a few days later, she did a double take. “I was doing devotionals that I do in the morning,” she says, “God spoke to me and said, ‘If you will wait, I will give you perfection.'” That’s when she turned around and saw the image of Jesus on the crab shell.
So there you are. Proof provided. Case closed. Darwinism is doomed!
Now we must change mentalities again. [*End Creation Mode*] Ah, that’s much better! Okay, dear reader, now tell us what you make of it.
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