Oh man

‘But speak thou the things which become sound doctrine.’ Of course the so-called wisdom of men always, Always, ALWAYS has it backwards……

Image result for evolution monkey sequence

But I say: why insult apes and monkeys? It’s not their fault men are idiots.

Meanwhile, God, who knows all about the bent of man, sees things a bit differently, and of course, more accurately.  In any age there will be progress, inventiveness, learning, soaring wonders of mans ability to create……….yet, the changeless proof abounds in the dark descent of the heart and world apart from its maker. Only a fool would deny.

Image result for jet pilot   Image result for beastiality  Image result for keep calm no God    Image result for caitlyn jenner vanity fair      Image result for kid with internet______________________________________________________

But look at the innocuous suggestions presented in this downward spiral of decadence. Beastiality is applauded like a good cause, the ‘breakfast of champions’ will soon be a pretty face of tolerance for gender swapping,  with the last pic being a killer, that the little tots are wired from birth, with minds firmly snatched by the ‘new thought.’ Please.

The ‘evolution’ of mind will have these little people thinking that the Olympic winner Bruce Jenner was a freak of nature. Get it?

Evolution tells people WHAT to think, where ‘data’ is substituted for intelligence, and where young people choke on information overload, and swear they are smart…The babies cannot even swallow Farina, and are already digesting their daily allotment of megabytes.

Welcome to the wild and wonderful world of evolution,  where children cannot even tie their shoes, don’t know how to hold a pencil, are told by the ‘intellectuals’ that scripture cannot be trusted,  and where they can find ‘information’ telling them ‘there is no God…………..’  Oh the pain to say this.

People boast of the information superhighway, yet how many have become dunces by living off the food of others, and whose minds suffer from malnutrition. ‘There is no God!’ so says the collected and clever programming and memory of the computer……….and it is purely laughable that the creature despises the Creator. No, make that treasonous, treachery, and thievery.

Ha, when was the last time someone bumped into you while they were occupied, or avoided contact with you because they were ‘busy’ on the I-phone? MEEbots everywhere I tell ya. This is the evolution of man, where humans avoid each other because of the little devices. Uh sure, keep your age of enlightenment.

Any doubts as to this downward spiral of humanity?

Woman having physical connection with horses and  dogs.

Men purposefully changing their genders. (Trying to rather)

People acting like brute beasts toward one another.

Music that applauds killing and vice of every sort, then receives awards. Ouch.

Evolution? Uh huh sure, how about devolution with God saying perfectly that the love of many would grow cold. How about God saying that the heart is deceitful and desperately wicked, that only He knows? How about God saying that evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse? (May I refer you again to beastiality and the much simpler decadence of saying ‘there is no God………..’)

Then there is always the cry for believers to ‘prove God exists,’ as if the heart itself does not know the answer and sees the proof and evidence in this thing called life. Evolution? Just say no or, oh man what have you done?

P.s. No, I am not comparing monkeys to babies. No, I am not saying phones and the web are evil. But with lousy nurturing, teaching, and instruction………….

(And btw, gender changes, ssm, beastiality, lying, stealing, when weighed against the standard of absolutes, come up a bit short in the pleasing of God department. And don’t even bring the argument of asking for proof of God’s existence, as it is obvious to anybody who is completely honest with himself.)



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30 Responses to Oh man

  1. Tricia says:

    Society has always had its outrageousness as you know. As it becomes the norm in our country to boot God out of every nook and cranny of public life however, truth shrinks, the moral compass gets tossed aside and behavior becomes neither good nor bad, but relative. The door is propped wide open now for anything goes type behavior, like, say, people identifying as animals or having sex with real ones. Point out the wrongness and of course you are considered intolerant.

    How progressive of us and how insufferably morally bankrupt.

    Good post as always ColorStorm. It speaks volumes to where we are as a society.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      I swear (in the best way of course) that I get some of the best comments on WP trish.
      ‘Truth shrinks.’
      ‘Truth shrinks.’ Love that, cuz it’s true. Then you go one up with:
      ………….how we are ‘insufferably morally bankrupt.’

      Tkx friend for your contemplation and adding dimension. Sadly though, this was not easy to write. Painful in a way as you can understand. Lots of truth to that downward thing. But God is not far from us, if we are willing.

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      • Tricia says:

        I know what you mean CS and thank you. I too get great commenters who add so much depth and who I continually learn from.

        I agree, it is tough to write about these things. It’s also a way of processing though and getting the word out to the sane people left in the world that there are others who agree with them. And of course inspiring us to always look to God which you are so good at.

        Keep the faith, like you say, God is near and He has a plan as always. Wish he’d clue me in more often though….;)

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Clue you in trish? Ha, we know apes are not made in God’s image, never were, never will; they can live forever and never learn to tie their shoes or spell baboon. 😉

          I am convinced that the will of God is 99 percent revealed……it’s that one percent that we grapple with. And oh does the Lord fill that one percent with unlimited magnificence.

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      As it becomes the norm in our country to boot God out of every nook and cranny of public life

      Not true, Tricia – just off public property, the Constitution guarantees us that. You’re free to have your god (CS SEZ: YOU CAN HAVE YOUR ‘FREE SPEECH,’ AND I WILL EXERCISE MY EDITORIAL RIGHT TO CORRECT YOUR IMPLICATION OF ‘a god,’ as in one of many, with GOD, as in the ONE AND ONLY) in your home or in your church or synagogue all you want, and no one will ever try to stop you – if they do, I’ll be there to stop them. But I’ll also be there if anyone tries to erect a Judaeo-Christian monument on a Courthouse lawn.

      (CS PS: I have spoken several times of the lack of respect for God on this site. If anybody, including this poster does not abide by this request, it is pretty simple, I will correct EVERY time………for the subtle attempt to suggest that God is ‘a god’ is repulsive to any spiritual mind, and will not be given place here.)


      • Tricia says:

        “Not true, Tricia – just off public property, the Constitution guarantees us that.” Actually Arch, the establishment clause in the Constitution does no such thing and is in fact one of the most hotly contested areas in the Bill of Rights.

        To review, it states in part, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion …”, the key word being OF and not FROM. People are free to practice, their religion which includes state government officials putting religious symbols like the Ten Commandments or manger scenes on public grounds. It does not punish anyone for not adhering to the faith those symbols represent nor does it coerce them to do so. That is what is meant by freedom of religion.

        Again those words OF and FROM mean very different things. It’s too bad this is not articulated better in the first amendment because many people today are confused by it. The framers were concerned with not establishing a state religion, not with preventing a Christmas tree from being erected on the Capital lawn and rightly so.

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      • Citizen Tom says:


        I agree with Tricia. I will also add my own two cents. When government owns all the property, then secularists like yourself can effectively use the excuse you just offered to make it the norm in our country to boot God out of every nook and cranny of public life.

        Freedom of religion depends upon limited government. Because our government is becoming larger and larger, we have less and less freedom. Every time government grows it limits our choices, including our religious choices.

        When a secular government raises children from preschool through college, is any wonder so many adults now know nothing about the Bible, think Socialism works, and believe their “rights” come from government?

        Still, we must keep religion off government property.

        You don’t suppose it might make more sense to privatize a lot of government property? Then it becomes a nonissue.


        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          I have a better idea, Tom – let’s tax churches!


        • Citizen Tom says:


          At 100 percent, of course. Sigh….


        • Citizen Tom says:


          What churches do is strictly voluntary. No arm twisting. So why would we complain?

          Politicians take other people’s money away from them to buy votes. Too many of our leaders now think nothing of stealing what belongs to one person and give it away. Moreover, they usually do so with the intention of creating a dependent class. That’s worth complaining about.


        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Here’s a plan – let me know what you think —

          We convince the American public that they are going to burn forever after they die if they don’t believe in the Constitution, and then convince them that one way to demonstrate their belief, would be to donate money to run the federal government, then when programs to help the indigent – similar to the churches’ – are initiated, we simply show them how much good their donations have done!


        • Citizen Tom says:

          Cute. Why don’t we just turn what you imagine to be churches into the government? Or isn’t that already the government? Jail? Hell. For an atheist what is the difference?

          Government does not provide charity. Politicians just use government charity to buy votes. With government-run charity, we just corrupt our politicians and the people who receive it.

          You want our government to do a good deed? Why don’t all good-hearted Americans assume responsibility for the national debt? Instead foisting upon our children, why don’t we try paying it off? Or are we already too corrupt?


  2. I know, right? I think I can make a better argument for devolution than evolution. We seem to be suddenly evolving backwards. I mean, no self respecting ape would ever act as we do. Who exactly is smarter here? Would the Planet of the Apes really be any worse?

    Oh, how I lament about what is being done to the kiddos. Conversely however, I know God and He’s got this thing, He can reach anyone, anywhere, no matter what we do to ourselves. Fortunately our salvation is not dependent on the direction we take or the path mankind goes down or we’d all be in big trouble down here.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Self respecting ape………..I’m laughing tkx!

      Bigger picture you are right tho mb22, God has got this thing. In the meantime here we are, shlopping through the mud………..and that’s ok too, even when it is tossed at us 😉

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  3. ColorStorm says:

    ‘And don’t even bring the argument……………..’

    I pity any man or woman who cannot see beyond his own relevance and importance, connecting the dots of life and death, with eyes, a brain, and a conscience.

    But your argument on the existence of God ………….save it..

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  5. Peter says:

    ‘Man is a Religious Animal. He is the only Religious Animal. He is the only animal that has the True Religion–several of them. He is the only animal that loves his neighbor as himself and cuts his throat if his theology isn’t straight. He has made a graveyard of the globe in trying his honest best to smooth his brother’s path to happiness and heaven….The higher animals have no religion. And we are told that they are going to be left out in the Hereafter. I wonder why? It seems questionable taste’. – Mark Twain

    And another from this wise man: (CS SEZ: Notice the implicated ‘wise man………..’ Yeah. Ok. Sure. Wise men do not fault God nor scripture.)

    ‘The so-called Christian nations are the most enlightened and progressive…but in spite of their religion, not because of it. The Church has opposed every innovation and discovery from the day of Galileo down to our own time, when the use of anesthetic in childbirth was regarded as a sin because it avoided the biblical curse pronounced against Eve. And every step in astronomy and geology ever taken has been opposed by bigotry and superstition. The Greeks surpassed us in artistic culture and in architecture five hundred years before Christian religion was born.’ – Mark Twain


    • ColorStorm says:

      So this would be which animal at the head of the page? The third from the left? Second from the left? Or are your examples of mischief and mayhem purely attributable to the guy on the right, this exalted specimen of evolution?

      Btw, save your cut and pastes for other sites. You could have at least rendered a few of your own thoughts.

      That darn internet, where we become vendors of other mens thoughts……..and choke on our own.

      And for what its worth, it appears you are lost as to what the ‘church’ is. That’s ok, you are not alone. Many make the mistake. In addition, scripture is blameless as always, and you are just as shortsighted as Mr Clemens if you think otherwise.

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    • theancients says:

      Such nonsense you’ve chosen to quote here Peter. A darn shame and a huge disappointment, especially since you’ve branded such foolishness as ‘wisdom’. [Common sense or logic dictates that if you love your neighbor you will not cut his head off… nonsense because neither you nor Twain seem able to distinguish why a human being is different from an animal]

      Here’s something from Professor John Gray, an atheist [at least he makes more sense, logically].
      “Humanists like to think they have a rational view of the world; but their core belief in progress is a superstition, further from the truth about the human animal than any of the world’s religion.
      The prevailing secular worldview is a pastiche of current scientific orthodoxy and pious hopes. Darwin has shown that we are animals; but – as humanists never tire of preaching – ‘how we live is up to us’. Unlike any other animal, we are told, we are free to live as we choose’. Yet, the idea of free will does not come from science. Its origins are in religion – not just any religion, but the Christian faith against which humanists rail so obsessively.

      The irony of evangelical Darwinism is that it uses science to support a view of humanity that comes from religion…A truly naturalistic view of the world leaves no room for secular hope.”

      So which is it Peter, are you a human being or just an animal. There’s no such thing as different species of animals as per Darwin.
      Believing you are anything but an animal, having even a smidgen of higher degree of intelligence, being able to control your thoughts & destiny will have moved you into the realm of Christianity. Interesting, isn’t it.

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      • Peter says:

        Hi ancients, over on Ark’s blog, CS and I managed to find some common ground. The common ground was ‘we see things very differently’.

        I suppose the point I want to make is that people who lack faith do not worship evolution or darwinism. What we are seeking is to best explain the world we see around us. In the case of people of faith you say that your faith provides the best explanation. In the case of those without faith an alternative explanation is sought. Science tends to be the path followed. The theory of evolution is part of science and provides a good explanation for much of what we see in the natural world. Indeed Christian scientist Francis Collins argues that from a scientific perspective evolution is so well established it is essentially beyond dispute. Those folk who argue that evolution is a disputed theory (within the scientific community) are being either disingenuous or downright dishonest.

        Now not everyone accepts evolution, but not everyone accepts that the earth is a sphere, not everyone accepts the moon landings. However the science is indisputable, evolution is one of the best attested theories in science. It has been tested and shown to be correct over and over again. The recent development of DNA technology has been yet another confirmation.

        So evolution is as close to a scientific fact as it is possible to be. People can still reject it, but they need to admit to themselves they are rejecting it based on a preconceived faith position not based on a careful evaluation of actual evidence.

        Science primarily tells us how, it is less good at telling us why. Religion likes to claim this is its speciality.

        I ponder that perhaps there is no why. Many people find this idea profoundly disturbing psychologically. But it may just be the case.


        • ColorStorm says:

          If I can just drop in a thought. The quintessence of this post appears to have escaped you Petr, that things are going south…………

          There will always be advancement in every discipline, but ah, that darn heart, vice and wickedness of all sorts; what was he kept hidden years ago is now not only done in broad daylight, but boasted.

          Evolution has no answer for the depravity of man, while scripture is always light years ahead.

          This is undeniable and hard to ignore. ‘In the beginning God……….it was all very good………..’

          Uh oh, enter man, and well, the rest is history.


        • Peter says:

          CS, I don’t suppose you ever saw the movie Idiocracy. That had an amusing take on matters. It looked at the possible consequence of the less intelligent people having more children than the more intelligent folk. All done very tongue in cheek.


        • ColorStorm says:

          Never heard of it, but what’s the connection, and how do you measure iltenlgiecne btw?


        • theancients says:

          Hi Peter,
          I haven’t read the conversation between you and CS. I believe it to be wise and will follow suit; based on what I’ve seen you written elsewhere, I too will conclude that we indeed see things differently.

          Every single person possesses faith. Faith is simply trust. There is no such thing as a person lacking faith – that’s impossible.
          I imagine that you have faith in some of the things you say – i.e. you trust the source of your knowledge & as such you have placed your faith in that source. That’s all faith is – you have found through experience or relationship someone or thing to be true, real, dependable, reliable etc.

          The idea that science is the path followed by those who say they have no faith is worthy of a smile :). All you’ve said is that people who say they have no faith has placed their faith in the words/(dubious authority) of “scientists” [read: people] who agree with their position(s).
          Science cannot tell you if God exists or not; however it does provide some of the best arguments and most logical conclusions for the existence of God/an intelligent mind behind all that exists…the universe, our place in it…precision…maintenance of order… complexity… diversity…

          1 octillion(1^24) planets in the universe, and up until 2015 only 1 we know of capable of supporting life. What makes us & this earth so special.
          The odds against life in the universe is astronomical, yet here we are; with over 200 parameters been met perfectly to facilitate our little conversation.
          Amazingly, the Word tells us that it is God who upholds or sustains ALL things with the Word of His Power.

          No question, there is adaptation of species/natural selection – this is observed in the mutation of viruses etc. This is absolutely not the same as evolution.
          Darwin’s Theory of Evolution is the widely held notion that all life is related and has descended from a common ancestor…his theory presumes the development of life from non-life and stresses a purely naturalistic (undirected) “descent with modification”. That is, complex creatures evolve from more simplistic ancestors naturally over time.

          If there’s no why Peter, why try to impart your knowledge to me or anyone else. Why do anything (eat/drink something you actually like, sleep, get an education, )… why see yourself as a higher species with the capacity for examining your thoughts, redefining yourself etc.


        • Peter says:

          Hi ancients, perhaps we should onder the question, ‘does there need to be a why?’

          We may want there to be a why, that does not mean that there is. The myriad of religions that have existed through history show that people do crave a why, I suspect we can agree on that.

          Where we disagree is on whether or not the Christian religion provides the answer to that why.


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