Who Made God?
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Rejecting Biblical Creation is Genecide

The rejection of the Bible’s account of creation as given in the Book of Genesis could rightly be called “Genecide,” because it eradicated man’s purpose of existence and left a whole generation with no certainty as to its beginning. Consequently, theories and tales of our origin have crept like primeval slime from the minds of those who don’t know God. This intellectual genocide has given the godless a temporary license to labor to the extremes of their imagination, giving birth to painful assumptions of human beginnings. They speak in speculation, the uncertain language of those who drift aimlessly across the sea of secular philosophy.

The Scriptures, on the other hand, deal only with truth and certainty. They talk of fact, reality, and purpose for man’s existence. The darkness of the raging sea of futility retreats where the lighthouse of Genesis begins.

On the day of judgment no one can plead ignorance. God has given light to every man.

“For it is the God who commanded light to shine out of darkness, who has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.” (2 Corinthians 4:6)