1To the one who teeters between the Creator and Darwin, say: O pacifist, why do you explicate me within Darwin and sift my story through the grid of his theory? Is your God indeed the Lord of all creation? Why then do you view Him through the prisms of ‘science’ and man’s logic?
2Ah, quit such foolery, O man; cease from this adultery christened ‘theistic evolution’; desist forthwith and ascend to the truth that Creation and evolution are ever contrary. For as the flesh wrestles the spirit in an unending duel, so evolution wars against Creation—and both shall forever contend.
3Therefore reject this sly lie, O you who are not tethered. Shun this foul fiction, for it is a grand delusion [As it is written: “Avoid profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called: which some professing have erred concerning the faith”].
4Besides, what union has the light of knowledge with a dark lie? Would I create man and beast apart and pronounce each my perfect work only to require them evolve? So, on the morning of the sixth day, the simian was—called out of the earth. And on the evening of Creation’s end, the human was—molded by my own hands. Now, having sealed my Work and adjudged it “Very good,” would some quirk of nature add to it then?
5Hence, accede to wisdom, O waverer, and preserve in your heart this truth: All beings were created finite; none transmuted! They all were forged after their kinds and constrained within confines [As it is written: “All flesh is not the same flesh: but there is one kind of flesh of men, another flesh of beasts, another of fishes, and another of birds.”]. Thus, creation was and indeed is [testified to by a newborn], but evolution never was nor is [attested to by the coelacanth].
6So then assent to Moses’ writ and attend his creed, O man. Know that if you do not receive his teachings—word for word—you cannot perceive mine, for there is but one Word—Genesis to Revelation. Yea, if you do not believe Moses, then I, your Lord, am not … and you, Adam’s sons, are lost [As it is written: “If you believe not his writings, how shall you believe my words?”].
7Heed therefore this caveat: He who is Darwin’s cannot be mine, and he who is mine will denounce man’s every lie [For it is written: “Let God be true, but every man a liar”].
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