Evolutionists will become exstinct because of their own views

Have you ever thought about this? The other day I read a good article over at Uncommon Descent regarding a recent journal entry in Nature.

Here is the portion I wanted to point out to everyone:

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Selling Evolution

we discover that 54% of adults in the United States prefer to believe that humans did not evolve from some earlier species. What makes this figure surprising is that it is up from 46% in 1994.

The number of non-Darwinists is rising! Pagel then asks this rhetorical question, “Where have the evolutionists gone wrong?”

First answer:

One answer is staring them in the face but not often noticed. A double irony is that it derives from their own theory: if people differ in the strength or conviction of their religious beliefs, if children tend to acquire religious beliefs from their parents, and if religious people, for whatever set of reasons, tend to have more children, then it follows from Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection that religious belief will spread: quod erat demonstrandum.

Indeed. Even if ID were not true, I pointed out why resistance is futile for the Darwinists attempting to stop the onslaught of ID.



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The clear and simple point: Evolutionists will die out because the don’t have many children and don’t care about having big families like those who are religious do. I would love to see some statistics from the current data for how long it would take for Evolutionists to die out and Creationists to be the only ones left.


Enjoy that thought today and may all Christians know of God’s blessing for the family with many children!

Psalm 127:

3 Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord,
the fruit of the womb a reward.
4 Like arrows in the hand of a warrior
are the children of one’s youth.
5 Blessed is the man
who fills his quiver with them!
He shall not be put to shame
when he speaks with his enemies in the gate.


2 thoughts on “Evolutionists will become exstinct because of their own views”

  1. The trouble with that argument is the assumption that religious parents will produce religious children. Actually, quite often, religious parents produce anti-religious children. Many firmly committed atheists profess religious upbringings.

    The university is a type of parent as well, and we know what kind of religious children she is producing: rationalists.

  2. Matthew,

    Thanks so much for the reply. I would actually completely agree with you. My only clarification is that I would agree with a positive ending to the current millennial age before the events of Rev. 20:7-10 take place. I have hope and believe the Bible teaches that the Church will grow to fill the earth as the stone of Daniel crushed the statue and grew until it filled the earth.

    Thus, once the Church overcomes the deficiency of discipling that has come to it in our day, the University will not continue turning as many covenant children, who grew up in the churches, into secular rationalists who deny God. Those who reject God for evolution will eventually die out, but like I said, I just don’t know when that will happen. 😉

    Just my thoughts on the future of humanity and the eschaton that we live in now. 🙂

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