Breastfeeding — Because Evolution

by Cowboy Bob Sorensen

It has been known for a long time that when a mother breastfeeds her child, something special happens. Bonding is an important part of the process, as is the obvious benefit of providing that unique nutrition. There is something else that is given to the baby that we may not expect.

We know about bonding and nutrition in breastfeeding. There are other benefits as well. How did they happen? Evolutionists pay homage to Darwin and reject the Creator.
Bottles of pumped breast milk image credit: Wikimedia Commons / ParentingPatch (CC by-SA 3.0)
Young mothers who cannot be stay-at-home moms will often express their milk into special containers so it can be used later.

This part of the article will make germaphobes (who actually hinder their immune systems with obsessive cleanliness) cringe: There is also a transfer of bacteria to the child. We need microbes for our digestive processes and many other functions. The offspring is getting a dose of them from the milk and the nursing process from the get-go.

I can imagine someone saying, "This isn't really science yet, it needs something".

"It evolved that way so as to meet the needs of the newborn and stuff".

"Great! If you don't give homage to Darwin (blessed be!) then it's not science, you know".
Well, that's how they appear. There is no plausible model or mechanism for their claims. Just, "It evolved". That's mighty helpful.

The article referenced in the link below also shows that these evolutionists are unclear on their own mythology: it evolved for a reason. That's teleology, pilgrim, and has no place in evolutionism. It makes far more sense to stop denying reality and admit that our Creator designed systems to come together for specific purposes — which they do very well.

This article was inspired by a podcast by Dr. Albert Mohler. (When he reached the part about evolution, I literally laughed out loud at the workplace.) It is the last section, and you can download it, listen online, or read the podcast. Just head on over to this link and look for Part IV, "The Miracle of a Mother’s Milk: Yes, Milk Declares the Glory of God".