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 Dan. Excerpts from his letter will be enhanced with our Curmudgeonly commentary, some bold font for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]. Here we go!
There is one reason people “choose” endorsing the theory of evolution — to justify that they can ignore or reject God and ease their conscience.
Dan understands you very well, dear reader. The only reason you’re an evolutionist is because otherwise, you couldn’t live with your guilty conscience. Then he says:
Evolution makes no more sense than believing Mount Rushmore designed itself. It didn’t and the world didn’t create itself. We are complex and believing that something evolved from nothing into life and for another miracle of male and female appearing at the same time would take more to believe in evolution than creation by God!
What a collection of creationist clunkers! Mt. Rushmore is a Discoveroid argument — see Mt. Rushmore Is Designed, Therefore …. “Something from nothing” is an argument they all use, and we first encountered the “miracle” that male & female exist at the same time at the Jack Chick website — see Sex Is Evolution’s Nightmare.
Then he criticizes an earlier letter-to-the-editor:
Maybe Travis Kriens (the letter writer in the Dec. 8 edition) has never thought it through.
If someone believes in God and his plan of salvation, accepting Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Savior to forgive anyone wanting forgiveness for sins committed, if that were not true, what would one be out? However, if the Bible is true, (it is), if one dies in their sins without accepting Jesus as the only hope of forgiveness, that person would spend an eternity separated from God in a place prepared for the devil and his angels.
Dan’s next two paragraphs are nothing but bible quotes. We’ll let you click over there to read those. He finishes his letter with this:
The good news — although we all are sinners, God still loves us and wants to spend eternity with everyone He has created. It is so simple, yet it’s up to each of us to make that decision. [Another bible quote.]
Dan has it all figured out, and he’s made his decision. What about you, dear reader?
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