Knock-on effect

Man proves Scripture correct whenever he glories in his inventions; ascribing brilliance to himself. Obviously, we did not create ourselves, nor the inherent propensities which allow for such designs to develop. To what do we owe these wonderful living creations possessed with immense faculties?

All of man’s vain attempts to answer his God-given conscience, such as evolution, conclude confessing an illogical, vague, remote dynamism deep in space. Stilted, unbalanced answers, man exploits averring illiteracy. Notice these defenses work as codes man lives by. These minimal allowances are man’s portrayal of himself, assuming he is a God.

Illogical: man stood in an atmosphere of simple order providing essential sources in profusion; land, water, food, reserves for housing and dress all in broad regard and free for the taking. Immediately, man decides a complete renovation of the pristine landscape must have place; confiscating land by any means necessary, obstructing essential resources. A fiscal system created; regulations set forth ordering once independent people.

Vague: An unremitting cavalcade of rubrics spring from a myriad of agencies whose stated ambition is to supply the public with equilibrium.

Remote: People herded together physically become isolated intellectually. Deprived of natural freedom, a longing prompts escape through neural stimulation found increasingly in artifacts. Eyes and minds packed with graphics and distinct sounds, radiating from electrified devices, primarily portable phones.

Dynamism: Man’s eagerness to construct an artificial domain is a catalyst propelling man towards this hollow sphere and inevitable destruction.

2 Corinthians 4:4-6

But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost:

In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.

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