Ernie Daffin 
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Re: “Evolution vs. Creation

Where do we come from? Why are we here? Who are we? Where are we going?

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www.bookofpeter.com

You can read the first three chapters in PDF

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Posted by Ernie Daffin on 04/29/2012 at 2:40 PM

Re: “Evolution vs. Creation

Evolution vs Creation
This is amazing! Nothing ever changes. From The Lost Book of Peter
This was documented 2000 years ago by St Clement

See www.bookofpeter.com

AKA Clementine Recognitions

Lost Book of Peter page 174

Niceta breaks in: “Father, you, like us were raised under the knowledge of man, not God. And the philosophers whom we all studied were of the opinion that the body was made out of matter consisting of four elements of which there is a coming together of many into one. These elements come from a simple atom that cannot be dissolved like the body. Therefore we believe the body was made into its shape using combinations of these diverse simple matters by One whom we call God, the Creator of the world and the One we acknowledge as author of the universe. We do not believe the complicated world we see could have come together by random happenchance or fate. For it is evidently the work of mind and reason, with a direction.
“Who, having even a particle of sense, sees a fabulous house with all its purposes for comfort and shelter custom made just for man, cooking, bedrooms, bathrooms, library, gathering room, would pronounce it was created accidently by winds and debris over millions of years?
“Who can be so foolish and blind as to look up into the heavens, see the splendor of the sun and moon, the beauty of the stars, all fixed by laws and periods, and not recognize a wise and rational Creator, wisdom and reason itself?

(How did they get that knowledge?)

What we know today

96% of the human body, and almost all living organisms are composed primarily of only four elements or oxygen (O) 65%, carbon (C) 18.5%, hydrogen (H) 9.5%, and nitrogen (N) 3.3%

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Posted by Ernie Daffin on 04/29/2012 at 2:37 PM

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