Another Ancient Bug, no Different from Today’s Bugs..of course

Volcanic ash yields largest fossil spider ever found

Scientists believe it lived in its orb web of golden silk 165 million years ago

Fossil female golden orb-weaver spider (Nephila jurassica) from the Middle Jurassic of China.

Read entire article at msnbc.com.


The headline and photo above are from an MSNBC.com article.  Like all bug fossils that are supposedly millions of years old, the one above looks exactly like its descendants today, displaying absolutely zero evidence of evolution.  150 years into the fairy tale of evolution, you would think that someone with a doctoral degree would have the common decency to point this out in a classroom.  Shows you what your tuition pays for these days.

Then God said, “Let the earth bring forth the living creature according to its kind: cattle and creeping thing and beast of the earth, each according to its kind”; and it was so.  And God made the beast of the earth ACCORDING TO ITS KIND, cattle ACCORDING TO ITS KIND, and EVERYTHING THAT CREEPS ON THE EARTH ACCORDING TO ITS KIND.  And God saw that it was good.  — Genesis 1:24-25, an excerpt from the sixth day of creation.

Everything that “creeps on the earth” includes spiders.  They were made within one twenty-four hour period around six thousand years ago.  They didn’t take 96 gazillion years to “evolve.”  As for evolution, God was smart enough to see that lie coming, so he brilliantly included the words “according to its kind.”  See, a fish doesn’t turn into a monkey, which doesn’t turn into a man.  Everything is according to its kind.  Species are locked in place by God.  No change in surroundings or environment will make a tomato plant produce a Labrador Retriever.

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