I responded to this one already.<quoted text>
"Evolutionist are fond of pointing to "MICRO-evolution," meaning the many VARIETIES within a kind, and applying it to their theory that a kind evolved from a different kind! This is utterly untrue. Whether pygmy or gigantic Swede, they are both human beings, and inter-fertile. Whether a snowshoe rabbit is white in the winter or brown in the summer, it is still a snowshoe rabbit, and is not in the process of becoming a whale, or a horse, or a monkey. Whether a chameleon which is green on a green leaf, and brown on a brown leaf, it is still a chameleon, and will give birth to other chameleons, not to a different species. Actually, the very fact of such marvelous adaptation, such as the camouflage of certain birds, insects, animals and fish, is another PROOF OF GOD; a proof of His intricate DESIGN placed within a myriad of His creatures.
I believe the reason it is called Mother nature is because, traditionally "mothers" are nurturers. Not sure where that came from exactly, but I'm sure it's not something that is refused to be referred to differently lol. If you wanted to call it "Father nature" then I'm sure it would be fine... "Father time" might not like it though ;)<quoted text>The closer we look into the marvels of what men refer to as "Mother Nature" (interesting they refuse to call it "Father")
I'm curious as to what gave you the idea that I am not aware or interested in any or all of the aspects of the universe... I've read on many different subjects... I was simply stating that you should do more reading, or read, on the subject of evolution before you make false claims. You didn't seem to show much knowledge in how evolution works so I assumed that you haven't read up on it much. I am generally already fascinated by all of the different angles of our universe and have learned much from the library and such...:)<quoted text>We know much about the Creator by looking at His CREATION. Creation means all that IS; all that exists. That means the entire universe; all the stars and their planetary systems; all laws, all energy.
We know that matter is energy arranged in intricate, law-abiding ways. Matter is anything that has weight, and occupies space. Even air is "matter." Where did it come from? What was before it?
Obviously, a study of only a part of creation would require enough books to fill a very large library. Every conceivable physical science would be involved: astronomy, biology, geology and all their divisions such as historical and dynamic geology, microbiology and geneticsâa vast field of special disciplines involving every aspect of the material universe would be involved in such a study. You should do yourself a favor, and, limiting your study to only ONE subject of the myriad number available, go to a public library, and study the articles in an encyclopedia about such mundane and every day, taken-for-granted things such as "air," or "water," or "light." I promise you, you will be fascinated!"