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The Real Goal of Evolution

Romans 1:20: "For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse."

In their book A Closer Look at the Evidence, public school science teachers Richard and Tina Kleiss write that our conscience is an undeniable evidence of God's existence. Another evidence is the intricate design of nature. After all, the Bible tells us in the book of Romans that He makes Himself evident to everyone so that no one can claim that He does not exist.

And yet, many people do reject God's existence, basing their disbelief primarily on one thing – evolution. "If evolution is true," write the Kleisses, "there is no evidence for the existence of God from the observation of nature because the origin of everything can be explained by natural laws of science."

This is why these science educators conclude, "The real goal of evolution is removing any accountability to our Creator by denying the obvious evidence from creation that points to His existence." Yes, indeed, the evidence is so obvious, it can be seen by everyone who has not adopted the faith of evolution.

As the title of their book makes clear, Richard and Tina Kleiss invite readers to take a closer look at the evidence for God's hand in creation. This is also what Creation Moments invites you to do in our radio broadcasts and our Letting God Create Your Day books. When you look at the evidence all around you, God's fingerprints can be found all over the world He has created.

Prayer: Heavenly Father, I pray that You will protect my loved ones from falling for the lie of evolution. Use me, Lord, to show them that You are indeed the Creator. In Jesus' Name. Amen.

Notes: Richard and Tina Kleiss, A Closer Look at the Evidence", March 1 (Search for the Truth Publications, 2004).

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