Ida, the Missing Link?

Hey guys! I am sure most of you have heard, but evolutionists claim that they have found the 'missing link'. This lemur-like fossil, however, shows no signs of evolution. Here is a good link I found (of course, it is AiG):



Kevin Wegner May 20, 2009 at 6:28 AM  

When will the evolutionists give up and stop trying to smush every fossil they find into their evolutionary beliefs. They will never find the "missing link" as they call it.

Joshua May 20, 2009 at 7:09 PM  

They will never give up Kevin. They don't want to believe and be subjected to an omnipotent Creator. It is in man's sinful, vile nature. They will continue to laugh at the irrefutable evidence for creationism until their death.

I heard in one evolution book that said that creationists think evolutionists believe that the human race came from monkeys. They go on to argue that we aren't from the monkey race, we are from the ape race. Then, they go on to prove that we came from apes.

Well, I can just reverse it by saying that an evolutionists great, great, great, great...... Grandpa was an ape, not a monkey. According to evolutionists, there is a big difference between apes and monkeys. We are closer genetically to apes rather than monkeys.

O.K., well now they seem to have the missing link Ida, a lemur-like fossil. First of all, a lemur does not even look like anything close to an ape.

Evolutionists, please make up your mind. Did we come from apes, lemurs, or monkeys; or maybe I will go even further fish? Maybe we came from fish, amphibians, and reptiles. Possibly birds. At the rate we are going, we could have evolved from every known species. Why not? We evolved from three totally different species already. Apes, lemurs, and monkeys.

They will never give up. While they continue to give false evidence in relation to their theory, we need to continue preaching the gospel to the ends of the earth. Jesus Christ is the only person who will change these people's hearts. Soli Deo Gloria!!

Caleb Nathaniel May 23, 2009 at 9:32 AM  

I once read in my science book how it takes more faith to be an evolutionist that a creationist. Evidence for God is all around. However, every "missing link" has turned out to be either a plain human or plain primate. They have refused to believe in God and will continue to unless their hearts are softened.

"The natural person does not accept the things of the Spirit of God, for they are folly to him, and he is not able to understand them because they are spiritually discerned."
~1 Corinthians 2:14

Thanks for sharing the link (No pun intended)!

Kade May 23, 2009 at 4:43 PM  

You're absolutely right, Caleb.


Luke Godfrey May 23, 2009 at 8:51 PM  

How is this any closer to a human than any other species or any other kind of animal?

I also can't see how they call it a "link." They say it could be one of the earliest ancestors of humans... then it wouldn't be considered a link, would it?

The inconsistencies, flaws in the logic, and contradictions make debating the validity of the unlikely "evidence" unnecessary.

Kade May 25, 2009 at 7:28 AM  

You know that Ida is actually like a lizard or something...



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