All of the following images are taken directly from exhibits at the Creation & Earth History Museum in Santee, CA. The Insight Articles reproduced below are also offered at the museum and are freely available for download and reprint here: http://www.creationsd.org/insight-articles.html
Abortion– So much has been said about this issue, but somehow its never enough. This is an issue of such enormity and gravity that it is almost an understatement to call if a matter of life and death. This is quite literally the matter of the death of more than 58 million babies in the United States and more than 1,300,000 wordwide! So understandably, this article will not be brief.
Before we can even begin to understand how such an atrocious thing is being perpetrated so casually among us, we must first ask the question; how did we get here? How as a nation has the United States gotten to the point where it approves of the killing of unborn babies? How have we and many other nations across the world become consenting unto clinically conducted murders of the most innocent members of all of humanity?
These are the consequences of a path of reasoning that has spread across the entire globe more thoroughly than any other plague in history. This is the end result of an evolutionary and atheistic mentality; a mentality in which the idea that this present physical life, void of any real spirituality, void of God, and ultimately void of any eternal accountability, is all there is.
The stark reality of the consequences of an evolutionary and atheistic worldview as seen in this display at the Creation & Earth History Museum
How has a belief in evolution shaped our collective thought processes?
It is no secret that an ideology treating the human race as though it were many competing evolutionary races, has had disastrous results in the past.
Part of the Consequences of Evolutionary Thinking Exhibit at the Creation & Earth History Museum
Part of the Consequences of Evolutionary Thinking Display at the Creation & Earth History Museum
These are not only consequences of evolutionary thinking, but what precedes, follows or otherwise accompanies it; naturalistic, humanistic thinking. This thinking allows us to view people that look differently than we do as being in a different stage of evolution. Worse still, this thinking allows us to distance ourselves from our unborn babies, to view their beginning as closely similar to how animal life begins. And at its core it is a view of the fetus as just a biological mass; to put it bluntly, merely chemicals. At our heart, humanity knows better. We know that we were made in His image.
It is the denial that humanity is made in the image of God that has had such disastrous results.
The data presented here in the Consequences of Evolutionary Thinking Exhibit represents the 2005 Guttmacher information.
Those that hold a humanistic worldview cling to the notion that a human life does not begin at conception. There are various competing views as to when exactly it does. The Bible however tells us that God knew us before we were fully formed in the womb.
Model in the Fetal Development Exhibit at the Creation & Earth History Museum
When human life is at stake, there is no room for error. For even more information about this crucial topic, one that is literally a matter of life or death for the unborn, please visit the Creation and Earth History Museum located at 10946 N Woodside Ave, Santee, CA 92071.