Λάθη και εξαπατήσεις των εξελικτικών: Η περίπτωση του Eozoon canadense στον Καναδά – Ιωάννης Κωστώφ, Φυσικός

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Λάθη και εξαπατήσεις των εξελικτικών:

Η περίπτωση του Eozoon canadense στον Καναδά

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Ιωάννης Κωστώφ, Φυσικός

Απόσπασμα από το “Κεφάλαιο Η´ – Λάθη και Εξαπατήσεις” του βιβλίου “Συμβολή στην Τελετή Λήξεως της Θεωρίας της Εξελίξεως” του Ιωάννου Κωστώφ, Φυσικού:

Ας αρχίσουμε όμως την αναγραφή περιπτώσεων. Πρώτο έρχεται το Eozoon Canadense: “Πρίν από εκατό χρόνια ο Mac Culloch ανακάλυπτε μέσα στους σχιστοειδείς πρωτογενείς βράχους του Καναδά περίεργες κατασκευές, ταινίες εναλλασσόμενες από ασβεστίτη και οφίτη, οι οποίες σχημάτιζαν πολύ περίεργες πλάκες. Ο Dawson νόμισε ότι ανακάλυψε εκεί τα λείψανα των απολύτως πρώτων όντων που εμφανίσθηκαν το χάραγμα της αυγής της εμψύχου ζωής και ονόμασε το ον αυτό: Eozoon canadense” (C 105). “Μεγάλο ενδιαφέρον συγκεντρώθηκε και πολλές επιστημονικές συζητήσεις έγιναν γύρω από την υποτιθέμενη [αυτή] απολιθωμένη αποικία πρωτόζωου… Τελικά όμως αποδείχθηκε  ότι ήταν συγκέντρωση ανόργανης ύλης που δεν είχε καμμία σχέση με οργανισμό” (ΠΕ 11/33).

*Οι συντομογραφίες (βιβλιογραφία) βρίσκονται στο βιβλίο.

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Ιωάννου Κωστώφ, Φυσικού, Συμβολή στην Τελετή Λήξεως της Θεωρίας της Εξελίξεως, Εκδόσεις Άγιος Ιωάννης ὁ Δαμασκηνός (2108220542, 6978461846), Σταμάτα 2015

Is your grandmother a fish? – Dr. Georgia Purdom

Is your grandmother a fish?

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Dr. Georgia Purdom

According to a soon-to-be published book for young children, a fish and many other animals are your “grandmothers.” The subtitle for the book is “a child’s first book of Evolution.” While the author and illustrator do a good job of simplifying evolution through words and pictures and using terminology that is kid-friendly, it is exactly those points that make the book so deceptive.Starting with the Familiar

Rather than starting at the beginning of the evolutionary tree of life with a single-celled organism, the author starts with a fish likely because this would be more familiar to young children. The author chose not to use the terminology of “millions of years” but rather states “a long, long, long, long, long time ago” probably because young children don’t have a good understanding of time. In addition, the author uses the term “grandmother” to refer to each animal (i.e., grandmother fish, reptile, mammal) since children would know what a grandmother is but not an ancestor.

Confusing the Issue of Intelligent Behavior

The book compares animal behavior to human behavior for each of the animal grandmothers. This seduces children into thinking because they can do the same types of things they must be related to the animals. For example, “She [Grandmother Fish] could wiggle and swim fast. Can you wiggle?” Well, certainly children can wiggle (every parent can attest to this!), but that doesn’t Continue reading “Is your grandmother a fish? – Dr. Georgia Purdom”

Eve created from Adam’s rib – Russell Grigg

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Eve created from Adam’s rib

by Russell Grigg

Why did God make Eve from Adam’s rib? After all, if God had so desired, He could easily have formed Eve from the dust of the ground. In fact, He made Adam this way, (Genesis 2:7), as well as “every beast of the field” and “every bird of the heavens” (Genesis 2:19). So why did God make Eve differently? Perhaps He wanted to instruct us not only about the roles of Adam and Eve, but also concerning that of “the last Adam”, the Lord Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 15:45).

The first “not good” statement

Before God created Eve, He said: “It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him a helper fit for him” (Genesis 2:18). In the creation narrative, the reader should be jarred by this statement, because up until now, every time that God has surveyed His creation, He has pronounced it “good”, as we would expect it to have been before the Fall. Man’s being alone is the first “not good” thing that required a solution.

So God created Eve as “a helper fit for him” (Genesis 2:18b). The term ‘helper’ (Hebrew ezer) does not indicate a lesser role or status, but rather function. She was to be his counterpart, his complement. Indeed, the term is used of God when He helps us, as in Psalm 33:20; 121:1–2. In fact, this is the basis for the biblical name Azaria(h) = God helped. Adam’s words on being presented with Eve were: “This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.”[1] (Genesis 2:23)

The significance of ‘one flesh’

But was it really necessary for Eve to be made out of Adam’s rib? J. Calvin commented that “if the two sexes had proceeded from different sources, there would have been occasion either of mutual contempt, or envy, or contentions.”[2] And he went on to say that “something was taken from Adam, in order that he might embrace with greater benevolence, a part of himself. He lost, therefore, one of his ribs;[3] but, instead of it, a far richer reward was granted him, since he obtained a faithful associate of life; for he now saw himself, who had before been imperfect, rendered complete in his wife.” [2]

Eve also needed to be related to Adam—if she had been created out of the earth, she would be a completely independent creation. But in a unique way, Eve was descended from Adam, because she was made from a part of him.

Eve’s descent from Adam is also crucial to the possibility of her salvation. The prophet Isaiah wrote of the coming Messiah as being the “Kinsman-Redeemer”[4] (Isaiah 59:20), i.e. one who is related by blood to those he redeems. Hebrews 2:11–18 explains how Jesus took on Himself the nature of a man to save mankind, but not angels (nor hypothetical aliens for that matter). Jesus entered Adam’s line to literally become our relative, to be a part of this one human family (Luke 3:23–38).[5] If all people are not descended from Continue reading “Eve created from Adam’s rib – Russell Grigg”

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