9/11: Two accidents, on the same day?

On Sept. 11, 2001, as soon as that second plane hit the World Trade Center, we knew that it wasn’t an accident. There was something radically wrong. Two accidents, on the same day? No way! Yet in order for the first living cell, with the ability to reproduce, to have come into existence by chance, it would have required an uncountable number of accidents to have occurred all at the same time! If we don’t believe two jetliners would crash into two buildings on the same day by accident, then why would anyone ever believe the most sophisticated, complex mechanism known to man could have happened by accident? That is, of course, anyone rational. The answer is, as the eminent doctor Sir Arthur Keith has said, “Evolution is unproved and unprovable. We believe it only because the only alternative is special creation, and that is unthinkable.” (Keith wrote the Foreword to The Origin of Species, 100th edition, and is also a suspected co-conspirator in the famous Piltdown Man hoax.) Stuart Scott

1 Kings 22:34 Now a certain man drew a bow at random, and struck the king of Israel between the joints of his armor. So he said to the driver of his chariot, “Turn around and take me out of the battle, for I am wounded.

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One Response to 9/11: Two accidents, on the same day?

  1. David R Cantwell says:

    Wow. Linking the tragedy of 9/11 with evolution is a real new low for you Ray. No word on the Orlando shooting or are you conflicted?

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