Letter to the Editor: Genesis Truth: Creationism is a misrepresentation; science is insane!

Dear Editor,

I get tired of reading where people are talking about teaching creationism. They don’t know what Biblical creation is. Yet they speak in ignorance, mostly saying that they don’t think that creationism should be taught in public (science class) schools. At least with that I partly agree. Because there is no one, anywhere, in any school system, that is qualified to teach Biblical creation.

Those that think that they are teaching creationism are teaching foolishness, false doctrine, and not teaching the truth of Genesis. Genesis does not have any “creation accounts,” while many think that it has “two”, one in chapter one, and a “more detailed” one in chapter two. This just shows the ignorance of those that don’t understand the Genesis text, and most refuse to learn the truth.

The biggest laugh comes from the “Young Earth” teachers, who try to convince others that the Earth is only 6 000 to 10,000 years old. This is in direct conflict with scientific reality, and the true reading of Genesis. It’s embarrassing to see them try to add up the years from Adam (who they think only lived 930 years), on down to Jesus, who was born in 7 BC. They deny the existence of humanity before Adam and Eve, which were formed from the dust of the Earth. So where do they put Cro-Magnon and the Neanderthals? They claim that there was “no death before Adam”, but that is not found in scripture.

National survey taken by high school biology teachers in 2008.
High school biology teachers were surveyed in 2008.

Adam’s disobedience brought death into this advent of mankind, in 4267 BC.

Adam was formed in about 7200 BC. The modern animals, along with the birds, were made in about 7100 BC, and Eve came along in about 7000 BC. I’m guessing that the animals lived in and out of the Garden, and Adam probably took Eve out on sight-seeing trips to lands surrounding the Garden. They did this for 2,733 years…, until they ate of the evil tree. It is then that the years of Adam’s age begins to be counted, because that is when he “began to die”. So from 7200 BC, till 3337 BC, when Adam died, Adam had lived for 3,863 years.

The reason the sequence of events in Genesis chapter one, do not agree with those in Genesis chapter two, is because Moses was writing about two different time periods. So actually, Genesis is declaring the existence of pre-historic man, which lived more than 60 million years before God made Adam and Eve. The world of science won’t admit to mankind being on Earth any earlier than 10 million years ago…, which shows how misinformed they are. Or is it that they are in denial?

cummingsbook“Old Earth” creationism commits infidelity, by calling God a liar, saying that the days of Creation Week were long periods of time (millions of years each). This is another example of ignorance. God told Israel in Exodus 20:11, “For in six days, the Lord made heaven and Earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested on the seventh day.”

The world of science has proven the moon to be the same age as that of the earth. Therefore, those two factors alone prove that “old earth” creationism is false. When God told Joshua to march around Jericho for seven days, did God mean something other than 168 hours? If so, than Joshua should be STILL marching around those walls. Saying that “God’s days are not our days” is a foolish cop-out, revealing ignorance of the word of God.

Just as I have written elsewhere, those that think they believe the Bible don’t understand the Genesis text. Again, Genesis does not have “two creation accounts.” People insist on claiming that Genesis conveys Creation Week, and it does not. Even Bible college professors and “Doctors of Divinity” don’t understand the text. They try to explain chapter one, but they come across as being in denial of reality, misrepresenting God’s word.

AdamEveEatMany try to explain Genesis as giving allegorical messages, in a weak attempt to give accreditation to what Moses wrote. God knows that “the first day”, starting in Genesis 1:2, was not the First Day of Creation Week!! So is God the dummy, or is it those that have refused to do their homework, and discover what God was revealing to mankind?

Genesis is a much more scientific book than mankind is generally aware of, and it takes specific training to learn what it is revealing to modern mankind. Repeating, the correct reading of Genesis chapter one declares that mankind has been on this Earth, in his present likeness, for more than 60 million years. When people hear that, they want to laugh, and crack jokes. The truth is, Moses was writing about an earlier advent of pre-historic mankind, and not just that of Adam and Eve, of the modern era of mankind.

All of this would be common knowledge, but for 19 years, over 9000 churches, 3600 colleges, 350 school boards, and Gov. Jindal, have refused to view the presentation called the “Observations of Moses.” It seems like much of the Clergy would rather support evolution, such as the “Clergy Letter Project”. Louisiana could have lead the nation in teaching the truth, but they all chose to remain in, and teach, ignorance, from the Governor on down to every local school board, and high school…, I wrote them all; they which had a website.

Now, let us talk about the world of science. They are insane, because they would rather lie to the public, than to admit that there is a creator. Yes, they lie, and they know it, because they have been withholding evidence from the public in order to not have to explain certain “phenomena”.

The Lord God made the earth and the heavens. JPGWhy is it that science has not explained where “matter” came from? Why is it that science will come up with ridiculous theories in order to not admit that there is a creator? A case in point is the origin of our Moon. They know that it was not “captured”, and that it is of a different composition than that of the earth. So where did it come from? To explain this, they come up with a joke called the “impact theory”. If that be the case, how did Jupiter get its 64+ moons? More collisions?

Science refuses to come clean about comets, especially Shoemaker-Levy 9. They know good and well that comet was never “captured” by Jupiter. Captures of comets and satellites never occur, because their paths (orbits) obey the command of God. That is why the moon Metis, of Jupiter, does not crash into the planet, even though it is only 79,800 miles from Jupiter. Science calls it a “gravitational lock.” There is no such thing.

Also, science tells the public that the nine planets of our solar system revolve around our sun, because of the sun’s “gravitational pull” and centrifugal force on the planets (the same excuse for why our moon doesn’t “fall”). But that too is not the truth. If they came clean, their theory of stellar evolution, namely the origin of our solar system, would become suspect. Our planets are not really just orbiting the sun. The sun is actually following the planets, as they spiral around the sun, as they all orbit the center point of our galaxy, the Milky Way, as the galaxy spirals around the center point of our “local group” of about ten galaxies. All of the stars (suns) that you see in our galaxy are moving with the rotation of our galaxy.

So when Halley’s Comet orbits around the sun, how does the comet know where our sun will be 75 years later, since the comet leaves the solar system in the opposite direction of the sun’s orbital path (around the galaxy)? Where does it go? What causes it to come back? Certainly not gravity. How did comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 know where Jupiter would be two years later, when Jupiter had moved over 500 million miles since the comet’s previous orbit of the planet? Its apojove was 32,313,600 miles, so again, gravity was not a factor. For more than 4 billion years, it obeyed the command of God, until its (Divinely) staged crash into Jupiter.

I highly recommend that you view the PowerPoint presentation called the “Observations of Moses.” It proves that the world of science has (half the time) been lying to us, and that there is indeed a Creator.  The truth has no agenda.  What is the agenda of secular science?

9 thoughts on “Letter to the Editor: Genesis Truth: Creationism is a misrepresentation; science is insane!

  • May 28, 2013 at 7:09 PM

    I don’t understand all of these complaints about the BPE publishing this letter. It’s hilarious! And it’s not like we’re going to run out of internet.

  • May 28, 2013 at 3:40 AM

    “How does the comet know where our sun will be 75 years later?”


  • May 27, 2013 at 1:51 PM

    Had to check the header to see it was the Baltimore Post-Examiner I was reading and not the National Enquirer or the Onion.

  • May 27, 2013 at 8:23 AM

    What an amazing pile of total nonsense. I hope they didn’t pay for this drivel.

  • May 27, 2013 at 7:28 AM

    Wow. Somebody so looney he marginilizes himself even in the loonesphere of biblical creationism! Never thought I’d see tjhe day.

  • May 27, 2013 at 4:39 AM

    After reading the article, I thought this was a fundamentalist christian web site. Then I see the name Baltimore Post Examiner..

  • May 26, 2013 at 11:06 PM

    Herman Cummings is a very well known internet spammer. He has been spewing this nonsense all over the internet. Search on his name and you will find dozens and dozens of similar postings, comments on evolution, etc. Only Herman sees things from his perspective. He claims not to be creationist, but he claims god created the world. He claims that he does not support evolution, but he cannot explain the emergence of species. His claim that man appeared 60 million years ago is completely without support.

    We must stop giving trolls and crazies the forum to repeat their nonsense. Please remove this letter as soon as you are able. Encouraging Herman Cummings does no one any good.

  • May 26, 2013 at 7:33 PM

    Shame on the Baltimore Post-Examiner for giving a soapbox to Herman Cummings – you should have researched his background beforehand. Herman has claimed to be “the foremost terrestrial authority on the book of Genesis” – but no theological or scholarly or historical group has granted him that title – he made it up. NOBODY else on the planet believes his claim. Herman is just another delusional victim of the vanity publishing charlatans. His brand of scientific illiteracy is unique, and you’re helping him spread it to your more gullible readers. Shame on you.

    Here are some actual quotes from Herman:

    “I am the only person I know or ever heard of presently on this Earth that is qualified to teach Biblical Creation.”

    “I’ve already written the governor and members of the education committees of every state legislature.”

    “I have sent queries to over 165 publishing houses twice over since 1992. Only two asked for the first chapter, PublishAmerica (a “vanity” publisher) and Thomas Nelson (the world’s largest Christian publisher). They both declined.”

    Nobody pays attention to Herman, and there’s a reason.

  • May 26, 2013 at 6:05 PM

    Dear Baltimore Post-Examiner: why did you post such utter nonsense?

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