Babel still in effect.. therefore evolution is a lie


1. God confounded the one language of the earth at Babylon.

Genesis 11:6-9  And Jehovah said, Behold, the people is one, and have all one language; and this have they begun to do. And now will they be hindered in nothing that they meditate doing.   Come, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech.  And Jehovah scattered them thence over the face of the whole earth. And they left off building the city. Therefore was its name called Babel; because Jehovah there confounded the language of the whole earth. And Jehovah scattered them thence over the face of the whole earth.

That confounding is still in effect despite the changes each portion of that one language has gone through. No matter the isolation of a particular portion of non-creating speech and the changes it goes through during the centuries, the effect is still the same: to be unintelligible to those not in it. It retains that characteristic ..for no utilitarian reason.

There is no reason for non-creating speech to be broken up into multiple languages. The Lie of Evolution says that things evolve toward a good or at least a supposed necessary thing. In the lie of evolution, a supposed mystical intelligence knows what the organism needs and changes the structure of the organism for some specific need. The often-used lie of “the early sea creatures crawled out on land” ..for some supposed evolutionary reason: “so they could walk and eat fruit” etc. is ridiculous in the extreme.

There is no reason for multiple languages to exist; no reason for redundant means of communication as entire languages, each of which is independent of the others and can get along without the others. Each language does not change in order to fix a perceived problem of another language. Russian doesn’t have declension “because English can’t say certain things” and “declension solves that problem of what English can’t say or do with speech.” The rules and mannerisms of speech within each language are not there to solve a crisis of communication in another. Each one goes on and changes bit by bit, still maintaining the one characteristic of being divided from from the others, and yet not needing some inside information about the others to change.

Spanish doesn’t fix what isn’t broken in French and has no boast of superiority. No non-creating language does. Each one is its own thing. Even when words are absorbed from other forms of non-creating speech, one language isn’t morphing toward another: when a language ‘dies’, it simply ceases to be spoken. It is not at all a case of two or more languages somehow pronouncing themselves toward a common union.

And there is no reason for that within the ‘evolution’ framework.

There is no reason as well for the continued separation of language ..other than a division of peoples by language differences that God has plainly stated He desires.

That proves evolution a lie: it would seem a common sense necessity to have one language as an evolutionary advantage for the one species of man. Yet that is not the case ..and that lack of unity has continued to be the case throughout history since Babel.

God didn’t merely confound the one language and walk away, He keeps introducing spirits that are confounding to the languages so that no matter how much each one changes in isolation, they are still confounded when compared to each other when they meet again.

If you study languages as a whole, it is plain that the very same sound pronounced in the very same ways are different spirits in each language; it takes a different understanding for each one. The sound of “or” in English is  ‘and’ in Hindi. The name “Dick” as sounded in English is ‘fat’ in German. There are endless examples.

There are look-a-like words in writing, some of which are the same spirit and some of which are not, as well as sound-a-like words.There are word order reversals when compared to other languages and suffix/prefix intensive languages that make no sense outside themselves. The very same sound in a different tone is a completely different spirit in Chinese. Where did that come from? Why? What IS it?

Yet there is enough commonality among human speech that a casual observer might think to thread them all together; yet no one can. So in addition to the lie of evolution being exposed as a lie in the light of multiple, unnecessary languages, the lie of free will is also exposed as a lie. No one among men can tame the tongue: God’s decree/determinism rules.

James 3:7,8  For every species both of beasts and of birds, both of creeping things and of sea animals, is tamed and has been tamed by the human species;  but the tongue can no one among men tame; it is an unsettled evil, full of death-bringing poison.

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There are rules of grammar in some languages that are amazing to a new comer: who would think of such a language? Why? What utility does it serve? What’s the advantage of one system of grammar over another?

There isn’t any. In any system of grammar and speech, God plainly states his truth and is understood with ease while not being part of non-creating speech. God doesn’t need the ‘other’ grammar or pronunciation to save or to destroy. Yet He works through it and does both and makes sure those in those languages stay apart because of language differences.

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There would seem to be a necessity in every way to get over language distinctions: yet it never happens. Evolution is a lie.

But God will give the world one language:

Zep 3:8,9  Therefore wait ye for me, saith Jehovah, until the day that I rise up to the prey; for my determination is to assemble the nations, that I may gather the kingdoms together, to pour upon them mine indignation, –all my fierce anger: for all the earth shall be devoured with the fire of my jealousy.   For then will I turn to the peoples a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of Jehovah, to serve him with one consent.

In the Name of Jesus Christ, Amen

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