Evolution: Man’s Attempt to Evade Judgement of a Personal God?

I know there are lots of Christians that believe in the theory of evolution, and that’s fine, but I’m talking about non-believers that believe evolution is true not because they know it to be true from a real scientific viewpoint, but because they want it to be true for another reason entirely.

In fact, if they are to continue in sin, then they must – at all costs – make it true; as one theory falls, another absolutely must be invented as soon as possible to continue the smokescreen. Currently we are on ‘multiple universe theory’, since scientists have recently realised there are not enough years in the millions and billions of years theory for it to have happened. Something I worked out with no mathematical knowledge at all as a kid – as I expect have countless others – just by imagining with my small mind the jumbo-in-the-junkyard analogy.

Take a look at this video for a good roundup of 101 reasons why evolution is highly improbably – in fact mathematically impossible in terms of years and that the whole millions and billions and squillions of years argument is meaningless because evolution is actually not possible period! My humble and un-learned opinion of course. See what you think!

Is Evolution a Fact?

I won’t pretend we Christian’s can say as a fact the THEORY of evolution is false, however, I will say is evolution is still very much a faith! So don’t let ANYONE tell you it’s science – which by definition is: repeatable, observable – and one more test I can’t remember which doesn’t matter with those two! Here’s a few statments by famous scientist and long-time atheist Sir Fred Hoyle and his thoughts on evolution.
In 1982 Hoyle presented Evolution from Space for the Royal Institution’s Omni Lecture. After considering what he thought of as a very remote probability of Earth-based abiogenesis he concluded:

“If one proceeds directly and straightforwardly, without being deflected by a fear of incurring the wrath of scientific opinion, one arrives at the conclusion that biomaterials with their amazing measure or order must be the outcome of intelligent design. No other possibility I have been able to think of…”
—Fred Hoyle

Published in his 1982/1984 books Evolution from Space (co-authored with Chandra Wickramasinghe), Hoyle calculated that the chance of obtaining the required set of enzymes for even the simplest living cell without panspermia was one in 1040,000Since the number of atoms in the known universe is infinitesimally tiny by comparison (1080), he argued that Earth as life’s place of origin could be ruled out. He claimed:

The notion that not only the biopolymer but the operating program of a living cell could be arrived at by chance in a primordial organic soup here on the Earth is evidently nonsense of a high order. Hoyle, a lifelong atheist, anti-theist and Darwinist said that this apparent suggestion of a guiding hand left him “greatly shaken.”

Sir Fred Hoyle FRS (24 June 1915 – 20 August 2001) was an English astronomer and mathematician noted primarily for his contribution to the theory ofstellar nucleosynthesis and his often controversial stance on other cosmological and scientific matters—in particular his rejection of the “Big Bang” theory