Evolutionism is a Very Old Religion

Earlier, I posted some material on the origins of the belief system of evolution. Now it is time to go into more detail, and I have three items for your perusal and edification.

Evolution has roots in pagan religious beliefs which had nothing to do with science. For that matter, people treat "science" as some sort of entity. They will say things like, "Science will solve the problem" (fallacy of reification). No, maybe someday scientists will solve the problem. There are methods to obtaining and processing data in scientific disciplines. All of it is philosophy! The requirements for doing things a certain way, the presuppositions and worldviews for determining data, the conclusions reached — all based on philosophy. So, watch out when someone refers to "science" as some sort of life form, or even a deity.

A friend of the ministry shared a link to this video. It is rather long, but can be downloaded for offline viewing, and definitely worth your time.

Next, Dr. Cornelius Hunter has a discussion on the Gnostic nature of evolutionism. Although it is an ancient religion, the elements still exist when dividing the spiritual and material into separate realms that must remain separate from each other.
Evolution professor John Avise ends his book, Inside the Human Genome, with a gnostic crescendo. The National Academy of Sciences member writes:

This welcome sentiment—that the evolutionary sciences and religion both have important and complementary roles to play in philosophical discussions about the human condition—has been expressed in many notable statements

Avise then provides several quotes, including this from Michael Zimmerman’s The Clergy Letter Project:

We ask that science remain science and that religion remain religion, two very different, but complementary, forms of truth.
And this from Francis Collins:

Science’s domain is to explore nature, God’s domain is the spiritual world, a realm not possible to explore with the tools and language of science. It must be examined with the heart, the mind, and the soul.
Gnosticism is sometimes viewed as an ancient belief, but the division of the material and the spiritual into separate realms is alive and well in evolutionary thought.
Nor is this merely a recent fad. Avise could have quoted from, for example, Baden Powell, mathematician at Oxford and Anglican priest who wrote In 1838 that scientific and revealed truth are of different natures, and any attempt to combine and unite them would “infallibly injure both.”
You can finish reading "Here is How Gnosticism Informs Evolution" here. But there's more.

The fallacious, arbitrary claim of certain atheopaths that "children are born atheist" is not only patently absurd, but belief in God is actually the natural state of humans. (This helps explain the worship of "science", because people need something to fill the void that was made when God was evicted from their minds.) The Gnostics elevated man to the status of God, and tried to cast God into Hell. Didn't work, he's still here. 

Evolution is a pseudoscience that intends to make man into his own creator.
Today all people whose faith in God the Father is genuine face a seemingly insurmountable problem with what seems like an overwhelming weight of evidence that evolutionism is true and the Genesis account of creation is false. Mockers and scoffers abound, scornfully accusing the faithful of believing in “an invisible being in the sky and that a dead guy from 2000 years ago is coming back soon…instead of believing in reality,” as one scoffer said recently.
However, the real issue here is not “superstitious, backward Christianity” vs. “enlightened reason and science” but about one creation account (Genesis)  vs. another creation account (Darwinian evolution).  The truth of this claim can be seen in the following quotes:
You can read the quotes and an extremely interesting article at "Darwinism: Devilish Gnostic Myth Dressed Up As Science". People sure do resort to complicated but futile ways to avoid submitting to the Creator who gave them life!