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The Randomisation of Evolution


September 18th, 2007

 

By

Archdeacon Reverend Robert J Carnes

 

Evolution is a portion, a genesis if you will, of the theology of randomness. You really must have more faith in the powers of randomness than you would if you had faith in Creationism and Intelligent Design.

Why?

The theology of randomness is what most humanists and anyone who has jumped on the bandwagon of the convoluted theory of evolution believes in. I say convoluted due to the fact that many have distorted what the great Charles Darwin once wrote, which was simply a theory on the understanding of evolution based on the theory of natural selection and not what has be disproportionately fed to us over the years that has lead to the belief that this is how and where man was ultimately born from, a primordial type of soup.

That is, the universe is a random formation and that we are nothing more than randomly proportioned molecules and cells and bones and nerves and organs. The theology of randomness goes like this: Randomly, before the universe was borne, random powers that we cannot comprehend but still must have randomly come together, brought about the birth of the universe. Randomly, after the birth of the universe, forces came together randomly to create such powers as the laws of thermodynamics, gravity, space and time, and other portions of dimensions. Randomly these forces randomly came together to create randomly what would be viewed as the galactic cluster, as the galaxies, as the solar systems, and the sun and planets.

Randomly of course.

Randomly the world was created; randomly powers came together out of sheer randomness and blind luck to create the first life. This first life, randomly of course, moved forward to create more and more species, randomly picked out of all these different species so that some species would live and other species would die, randomly of course, randomly based upon blind luck of the life form itself and the surrounding elements. Thus randomly, after millions of random and blind luck years came you and I.

Randomly Sounds totally outlandish, doesn’t it? It’s like winning the lottery 3576 times in a row, every time only buying one ticket. Pot luck don’t you think?

Thus Evolution, as we are taught, is the genesis of the theology of randomness. This theology of randomness states that, because everything came together through chance and blind luck, almost the luck of an idiot, you and I were formed just out of accidental culminations of cells and genetic structures and DNA strands.

All random of course!

In this theology of randomness, we are then told that, because we are animals, because we are just happenstance that now brings me to write this and for you to listen, nothing really matters after all, there is no supreme moral compass and that while nothing is true and everything is permitted, we can then draw some conclusions. First we can conclude, logically, that since we are random accidents, there really is no beginning and end, there really is no need for love, for dignity, for truth, for hope, because really, some human species are better able to adapt than others. As such the reason why, under the laws of evolution and the theology of randomness, racism really isn’t that bad of a deal. I mean really, some people, we are nothing more than animals so says the gospel of evolution and the theology of randomness, life really holds little value eternally. Abortion doesn’t matter either because everyone is just a humanoid piece of blob with no soul. Adultery isn’t a problem, there are no ethics.

Eat. Drink. Be merry!

For Today we live, tomorrow we may die. It doesn’t matter because, under the truth of evolution as the genesis of the theology of randomness, there really is no point to anything. One day our world will die, one day our solar system will die, some day our galaxy will also die, our galactic cluster will die, our universe will too also die. We won’t be remembered, we won’t matter. It is all pointless.

Isn’t it?

I just cannot believe that.

I firmly believe, as an intelligent and rational man, that…after looking at the gospel of evolution and the theology of randomness whose disciples push and kick their theory of evolution into the face of everyone who will listen, I firmly believe that there must be some type of underlying Intelligent Designer out there. There must be a being or a force of some type that we interact with, be it known or unknown, some believe that the being is Yahweh as shown in the Book of Genesis, in the Torah, that created the universe. Others believe this being, Yahweh, GOD or what ever you wish to call the entity or power behind our being here on this planet we call earth, created us for a reason, brought this world into being so that we (even after the Fall of Adam and Eve) can have and look forward to a relationship with the one some call GOD. I believe that we have a distinct past, a specific present where we choose to both honour and love others or to turn our backs on them, and an empirical future where we, by our choice, either find ourselves forever in the presence of the GOD of our hearts or forever outside the presence of it.

I believe that through Rosicrucianism we can have a relationship with the GOD of our hearts because, where Adam, Eve and Jesus failed we can succeed. I trust in the GOD of our hearts. I trust in the powers that be. I may not know the reasons and the why of the universe, I may not understand each and every nuance of time and space. I don’t have a complete answer as to why good things happen to bad people and bad things happen to good people; but, after years of struggle and intellectual juggling, during which time I studied everything from atheism to Wicca, I proudly say that I have come to the conclusion that there is not only some type of Intelligent Designer or presence of a cosmic virtue, but that Intelligent Designer or cosmic presence is within each and every one of us.Of course I am sure some will call me names.

Uneducated.

Fool.

Blind.

Et Cetera.

That really doesn’t matter, though; I have finally found the truth after years of pushing the GOD of our hearts away. I realize that you can be of Christian type values and an evolutionist and at the same time, which ironically is never pointed out by anyone, because the two doctrines were said to be incompatible to be bound together. You can if you wish believe in GOD through Christ or you can believe in the theology of evolution the randomness or both or what ever you wish to believe in. At the core, to believe in evolution, you can still believe that Jesus Christ is who He says He is, because if man evolved, it could have been a plan of the powers that be. It doesn’t mean that because there was no fall of Jesus Christ, then there is no need for the Christ Jesus. It doesn’t mean that if there is no need for Jesus Christ, then evolution is correct.

There can be a place of compromise. You can be either for the world and worship the world through evolution or for the Creator of the world by the Word or both or any other type of belief system, such as Rosicrucianism or paganism what does it matter?

For me, I am glad that I saw the truth, and that all this fighting and arguing over where did we come from is nothing more than a sand castle waiting to be hit by the wave of truth, the wave of enlightenment. Which, I might add, is at our very grasp if we really wish to see it for ourselves, we just need to look internally for the answer, we all have the power inside ourselves to the mysteries of our world. I am glad that I now see the empirical truth of Evolution, Creationism and Intelligent Design. Now that I know the truth, I have been set free. Indeed!

So now I ask how far down the rabbit hole do you wish to go?

As above So below.

So Mote It Be.

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