Only the Fittest Survive


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Atheism is the belief that there is no God.

Evolution is the belief that everything came from nothing.

Atheism and evolution go hand-in-hand. Richard Dawkins, considered the Albert Einstein of our day, has said that evolution led to his atheism. Each view needs the other to survive.

Evolution teaches the survival of the fittest: only the strongest, the healthiest, and the best survive. Only by removing the weak links through illness, death or genocide, can mankind progress to a higher form of life. Your purpose is merely to survive as long as possible. Once the pursuit of self is threatened, purpose disappears. You die … that’s the end.

When a society or people believes that only the most fit ought to survive, the result is abortion (removal of the weak, diseased, and unwanted), euthanasia (forcibly killing the sick), doctor-assisted suicide (eliminating anyone who wants to die), geronticide (killing the unproductive elderly). The removal of the weakest links is a direct result of evolutionary atheism.

Christianity teaches that every person is weak because of sin. We are all on the cusp of death at any given moment  and everyone is born spiritually dead. These weak, dying, and dead ones are who Christ came to give strength and life. Man’s purpose lies not in self, but in living to glorify God the Father, who sent Jesus to redeem sinful man.

Christianity provides Hope in this world. After the suffering of this life comes eternity for the child of God, a life without sin, sickness, disease, war, poverty, suffering, or death.

God has chosen the foolish things of the world to put to shame the wise, and God has chosen the weak things of the world to put to shame the things which are mighty, and the lowly things of the world and the things which are despised God has chosen, and the things which are not, to bring the nothing the things that are, to no flesh should glory in His presence (1 Corinthians 1:27-29).

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