It makes interesting reading about man’s accomplishments and observations.
The Darwinists of today describe themselves and the nature and character of man as being the offspring of animals. In reality, the theology of their concept is that mankind is nothing special. Mankind is merely another form of animal and in reality just an animal.
The Bible describes this as being the nature of those who do not believe in the Creator. They, by their rejection of God, take on this very nature of being animal like. The Biblical term is “brutish” like a brute beast. (1) The implication is, according to Funk and Wagnalls Company, 1896, Dictionary, that, as animals, they are stupid and senseless just as any animal is. Their ability for reasoning is flawed. This is so by choice. They refuse to acknowledge the Creator. While the text deals with their inclination to idols (physical), other parts of scriptures indicate that if they place themselves above God then that is considered idolatry also.
Anyone who then chooses this route, according to the Bible, will find evaluation related to their works that, “They are vanity, and the work of errors: in the time of their visitation they shall perish.” (2)
While I am pretty sure that these are words of offense to a Darwinist, the Bible in this part was penned well over 1400 years ago. Maybe it is not so outdated? It seems to describe the tenor of thinking that is “politically correct” in this day and age. Those who say they are animals, act like animals, are brutish in the dictionary sense of the terms.
Is this what you want to be known as? I guess it is your choice. But just because you choose to deny the Creator, does not mean He does not exist. It also means that when He says that you will have your day of accountability that you should not think that you will be able to escape it by denying that the accounting day will come.
Perhaps it would be helpful for one to read and learn about the power, character and nature of God. The Bible makes no small claims. It also backs up these claims with evidence. These claims and evidences are layed out prolifically throughout the Bible. You should see! (3)
The advice is “Learn not the way of the heathen…For the customs of the people are vain…. (4) If you followed the string of verses which are found in a Bible concordance, the case for the meaning and extent of vanity is indeed impressive. As for me, I opt for a life of worth not emptiness.
(1) Jeremiah 10:14
(2) Jeremiah 10:15
(3) Jeremiah 10:10, 12-13
(4) Jeremiah 10:2-3