Monday, October 29, 2018

Evolutionism and Earth Goddess Worship

by Cowboy Bob Sorensen

Evolution is not simply a biological hypothesis, but is actually an ancient pagan belief presented as science. Indeed, when the Apostle Paul was debating with philosophers in Acts 17:16-34, those Epicureans in Acts 18:18 were pagan evolutionists. If you commence to doing some reference digging, you will find that evolutionary beliefs can be seen in ancient Hindu beliefs. Did you ever notice that much of paganism is based on goddess worship?


The "Gaia Hypothesis 2.0" is an even more direct love of paganism presented as 'science.
Gaea (another spelling of Gaia) by Anselm Feuerbach, 1875
You hear the expression "Mother Earth", right? People usually who use the term are generally ignorant of its pagan origins and associations. Same as referring to Earth as Terra (standing on terra firma, the earth), which is the Roman counterpart for the Greek Gaia (or Gaea). The enviornmental movement is, at its core, essentially based on evolution and the rejection of our Creator.

While there are good points in the environmental movement, some of the more extreme environmentalists are into nature worship. Fits right in with the pagan "earth is our mother" religion. The ecosexual movement strikes this child as downright nutty, but the most dangerous aspect is the eco-war on humans.

While true evolutionism requires purposelessness, Papa Darwin began giving evolution through natural selection a personality and advancing pantheism. Man created the false goddess of evolution in his image. The "Gaia Hypothesis" was advanced a few decades ago, but despite the cognitive dissonance of promoting blind chance and randomness versus evolution as a guiding force, pantheism has been waiting in the wings. After all, the increasingly worthless Nobel Prize was awarded for a self-contradictory, self-refuting premise in evolutionism.

Some evolutionist sidewinders are being more blatant in their efforts to deny God by passing off Earth-Terra-Gaia as a living unit. All of evolution is to work together to this point, and boy howdy, you don't want to get Gaia angry. You won't like her when she's angry. We were told this would happen in Romans 1:18-23. If you study on it a while, you may notice something. With the increasing wickedness in the world and hostility of atheopaths toward God (and especially toward the foundations of the gospel in biblical creation), this should not come as much of a surprise.
“The Gaia hypothesis—first articulated by James Lovelock and Lynn Margulis in the 1970s—holds that Earth’s physical and biological processes are inextricably connected to form a self-regulating, essentially sentient, system.” Lovelock named his theory after the mythological goddess—venerated as the personification of Earth. His theory was meant to tie together several biological phenomena, particularly the tight-knit cooperation between living organisms, life’s resilience in the face of catastrophic events, and the close association between the organic and inorganic realms. 
All of these observations could be seen as working together with such purposefulness that one explanation for life’s origination is the tremendous wisdom and power of God. In contrast, Lovelock hypothesized that the organic and inorganic components of Earth evolved together so tightly that everything on Earth somehow became melded into a single, self-organizing system that seems to mystically exercise an intrinsic agency. This has led some researchers to ask, “Is Earth really a sort of giant living organism as the Gaia hypothesis predicts?”
To read the entire article from the beginning, click on "Evolutionists Sense Life's Design and Deify Nature".



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