Two beautiful dairy cows were talking about their origins. One was jealous he could not fly, and the other did not like his black and white spots.
‘Yeah, I tried for a bazallion years to figure out how to become a blue heron.’
‘Didn’t work out too well for ya huh?’
‘Nope. Always had trouble with the paint codes.’ Upon hearing this, the other cow sez:
‘Ha funny, but there is this guy who pretends to be smart. I heard him talking one day telling his friend that whales walked on earth, and that humans grew up having apes as mother and father. Yikes, and just who is the beast here? I tell ya, people blow me away with their broken legs of standing and overt blindness.’
Stupid? A joke? An insane conversation? A fable? Yep, a little bit of everything. But here’s the deal. Non thinking, non moving clumps of this, that, or the other, have NO say in what they are.
A common cow can no more turn into a turkey, than a woman can give birth to a cheetah. ‘After their kind’ is a truth so darn obvious that even the amazing Kreskin must agree and admit that the insane idea of a cow turning into a bird is well, just plain delusional.
‘After their kind.’ Chew the cud on this one, and you too will agree that only the Creator has the copyrights on all things living. See those lambs yonder grazing in the fields while you travel the countryside? Yep, designed by God, ‘after their kind.’
It takes olympic hurdles to avoid the truth of the origin, purpose, and distinctness between the cow and the heron, the lamb and the fox, and truth be told, these ‘kinds’ of Olympians have no legs to stand on. An epic failure to attempt to leap over the truth of God.
To prove this point further, it is the confirming role of unbelief to also give birth after its kind; to produce little meebots that despise God, scripture, and overlook the simple naming rights of all creatures great and small that we as humans enjoy.
Man was given dominion over all creatures, thank God. Yes, this has been abused, but it still does not change what has always been true. (And God saw that it was good. He made the stars also.)