Sunday, April 20, 2014

A milestone in the history of young earth creationism was achieved on Easter of 2014

Another milestone in the history of young earth creationism was achieved on Easter of 2014.  Namely, as you can see below, a second young earth creationist website broke into the Alexa top 50,000 websites in the world! Namely, the website of Creation Ministries International (CMI).

Of course, this is merely a taste of things to come before creation.com  blows past the Alexa top 20,000 websites in the world!   CMI! CMI! CMI! Philippians 4:13!

 It can be done and the recipe is simple:

"We also need to change the way we play the game. My plan is to adopt a new style...A combination that requires the highest level of conditioning, speed, creativity, and most of all, team chemistry."  - Coach Herb Brooks in the movie Miracle 

Evolutionists, one thing you can be sure of: Creationists are not going to be using the same playbook in 2014!  Faster, stronger, higher!  Nothing will be left on creation vs. evolution ice by our Question Evolution! Campaign group!

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10 reasons why biblical Christianity will flood the UK in the 21st century



Recently, some Darwinists took exception to my claim that Chinese creationists will flood the UK should Jesus tarry (see my previous article entitled More bad for UK evolutionists and atheists. Most immigrants to the UK come from China. China is on course to become the 'world's most Christian nation' within 15 years).

This was partly my fault as I cited data/estimates which were too conservative in light of recent developments plus I did not give information related to a longer time horizon.

Consider the 10 additional facts below.

10 reasons biblical creation belief will flood the UK in the 21st Century

1.  Evangelical Christianity rising in the UK and challenging the status quo

2. As noted above, Chinese immigrants are flooding into the UK.

David Aikman served as Time Magazine's bureau chief in Beijing China.  He wrote a book in 2003 entitled Jesus in Beijing: How Christianity Is Transforming China and Changing the Global Balance of Power.  

In his book Aikman wrote:“China is in the process of becoming Christianised … [i.e.] it is possible that Christians will constitute 20 to 30 percent of China’s population within three decades” (p. 285).

When Aikman gave this estimate in 2003, he did not have the benefit of seeing Chinese Christianity grow rapidly in urban areas among the influential upper eschelons of Chinese society which is presently happening.  See: Upper eschelons of Chinese society becoming Christianized and  China's atheist leaders and intellectuals are panicking about the rapid growth of Christianity in China

A review of his book declares and please notice the red font text added for emphasis which indicates the Chinese Christians are generally not Darwinists:
Who are these Chinese Christians? It would be absurd to say they are an organized body with uniform beliefs and opinions on everything, yet Aikman’s book leads to certain generalisations. They regard themselves as truly patriotic, tending to support their government politically, with the exception, perhaps, of being very pro-American and pro-Israel. Both preferences stem from their religious, rather than their political beliefs. Their theology particularly with the “house church” Protestant Christians, is Biblical and fundamentalist, and the churches with which they are linked in the United States are their equivalents. To some extent the reason for this is that fundamentalists see evangelism as an urgent matter – to save souls from hell – in a way that their “liberal” co-religionists, with their less exclusive attitude to the matter of salvation, do not. Such help, spiritual and material, as does come from foreign Christians, will tend to come from such evangelicals, who are mostly Americans. Part of the fundamentalist package, millenarianism – the belief in the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to reign for a thousand years, regarded as probably an imminent event – includes a necessary, though uncertain role for the Jews. Other features widespread amongst Chinese Christians are the “speaking in tongues” and claims of miraculous healing and exorcism. Aikman does not mention it but it seems fair to add that such Christians will reject Darwinism. If, as seems likely, they adhere to the Christian morality brought to China by the missionaries, they will also preach chastity before marriage and fidelity within it, and abhor homosexuality and abortion. All these are positions that have long been compromised or abandoned in Western Christendom, but in China would be welcomed by any government as desirable virtues, apart from, presumably, the last.
We also know from the fall of the Soviet Union that state promulgated atheism can fall very quick.   Of course, this is no surprise given that only 30% of people raised atheists in the USA choose to remain atheists in adulthood.

It took an additional 200 years for the Roman Empire to become Christianized after Constantine became a Christian.

A history website indicates
The conversion of the Emperor Constantine to Christianity in 312 did not immediately make the Roman Empire and Christian Empire.  The pull of traditional Roman culture and institutions were strong.  Even Roman religion enjoyed periods of resurgence.  Moreover, the Christian community had to adjust from being a marginal group on the periphery of Roman society to being the favored religion of the emperor.
Given the weakness of the secular religion of atheism, one can easily imagine the Christianization of China happening faster than it did in the Roman Empire. See also: Atheism is a religion

In 2003 the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard published a paper by Assaf Moghadam entitled A Global Resurgence of Religion?

In that paper Assaf Moghadam wrote:
As the indications leave little doubt, Russia is showing clear signs of a religious resurgence. In fact, all seven criteria by which change in religious behavior and values are measured here confirmed that Russia is experiencing what could be called a religious revival. Since 1970, the nonreligious/atheist population has been on steady decline, from 52% in 1970 to 33% in 2000. Further, the percentage of this population is projected to decrease even further, possibly reaching the 20% mark in 2025. Between 1990 and 1997, belief in God has risen from 35% to a whopping 60%, while belief in the importance of God has climbed to 43% in 1997, up from 25% in 1990. More people have been raised religious in Russia in 1997 (20%) than at the beginning of the decade (18%), and 8.39% more Russians believed religion to be important toward the end of the 1990s, when compared to 1990. “Comfort in Religion” has also sharply increased within this time period, from less than 27% to over 46%. Finally, more and more Russians attend church services more regularly in 1997 than they did in 1990.

In the three Eastern European countries that were included in the WVS survey on belief in God, a drastic rise could be witnessed of respondents who answered this question in the affirmative. In Hungary, the percentage of believers in God jumped from 44% to 58% from 1981 to 1990, even prior to the collapse of the former Soviet Union. In Belarus, the number of people who believe in God nearly doubled over the course of the 1990s, from 36% to 68%, while in Latvia this figure almost quadrupled, from 18% to 67% in the same time period. Similar trends held true when it came to the importance of God, where there was a sharp rise in all three countries.
What is less fragile than atheism/agnosticism/secularism? Eggs or vases perhaps? 

3. More than half (54%) of the increase of the UK population between 1991 and 2012 was due to the direct contribution of net migration as noted above China is contributing the most UK immigrants.  See: UK Immigration

4.  According to the British scholar and agnostic Eric Kaufmann, due to religious conservatives having a significantly higher birth rate, the world will be dominated by religiousity and not secular religions such as agnosticism and atheism.    Professor Kaufmann who teaches at the Birbeck College, University of London told a secular audience in Australia: "The trends that are happening worldwide inevitably in an age of globalization are going to affect us." See: Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth? Demography and Politics in the Twenty-First Century

5. According to a leading UK newspaper: "Migrants fuel UK baby boom: One in four now born to foreign mums"  See: UK immigrants and childbirths

6. As noted above, these Chinese Christians tend to be pro-American. One would think they would be pro-West as well. Therefore, given current Chinese government discrimination, one would think such Christians would be particularly open to migrating to the USA and the UK. See: Gigantic blow to world atheism. China on course to become the 'world's most Christian nation' within 15 years. Desperate Chinese atheist government officials are trying to launch a futile church demolition campaign in response 

7.  Secular leftists/Darwinists, who have low birth rates,  have embraced multiculturism and immigration in order to help keep their retirement programs afloat and to provide needed workers for the labor force. See:  Secularism vs. secularism - Biblical Christianity wins! Will postmodernism, multiculturism and cultural relativism help bring about the defeat of Darwinism and atheism?

8.  Members of conservative Abrahamic faiths tend to be Darwinism doubters. Current trends would seem to indicate that the UK will receive many of these types immigrants. And while Muslim immigrants are generally creationists, many of them have been low skilled workers and prone to rioting in the UK/Europe and causing other unwanted behavior. With the rapid growth of evangelical Christianity in the world, one would think that government would prefer Christianized immigrants over their Muslim counterparts - particularly if they are skilled workers. And currently, Chinese Christianity is growing rapidly in urban area where people tend to be more affluent and have greater job skills. See: Upper eschelons of Chinese society becoming Christianized

Based on Eric Kaufmann's work and the work of other scholars plus some recent developments in the UK and France, it would appear that Christian evangelicalism has a brighter future in Europe than Islam. See: Future of European evangelicalism and French scholars say evangelicalism is likely the fastest growing religion in France

While it is true that many immigrants to the UK are from India,  even India, a stronghold of Hindu Darwinism,  is seeing a rapid growth of evangelical Christianity. See: India, one of Darwinism's biggest strongholds, is seeing a rapid growth of creationism and biblical Christianity. Hindus are becoming alarmed. 

9. Peter Berger is one of the most respected sociologists in the world today. In his article Pentecostalism Invades Lambeth Palace he wrote: "Is charismatic Christianity coming to Europe? Up until now, it didn’t seem likely. But events in the UK perhaps suggest otherwise."  
  
The pro-evolution online encyclopedia indicates that in December of 2012, Britain had an external debt to GDP ratio of 406% which is $160,158 USD per capita of external debt.  That is a lot of debt and it speaks of likely future economic instability in the UK and the Eurocrisis helps demonstrate this matter. Pentecostalism has thrived in the world in recent years - especially in countries with a lot of social and economic instability. See: Economics and Darwinism/atheism

10.  Preparation is the key to success in most worthwhile endeavors.  The Question Evolution! Campaign 
is no exception to this rule.  In 2014, our Question Evolution! Campaign group will unleash some long awaited surprises.  It is going to be fantastic and a portion of these efforts will be directed towards the fountainhead of Darwinism - namely the UK. Darwinism will fall in the UK.  It is not a matter of if, but merely when!

God willing, the first quarter of the 21st century will see the beginning of a rapidly growing biblical creation movement in the Western World.

Final note:

There you have it!  Should Jesus tarry, Chinese atheist leaders will drive lots of Chinese Christian creationists to the USA/UK and USA/UK liberal multiculturists will great them with open arms!  Then sweet and  lovely UK Christian women will continue to have lots of children filling the UK with more and more Christian creationists!

While there may be additional resistance to immigrants along the way due to an economic downturn which may last as long as the Great Depression or longer, over the longer term an aging secular populations needing skilled workers to keep their retirement programs and economy afloat,  are going to have to reopen the immigration flood gates. But even an economic downturn is bad for atheism/agnosticism as this generally increases societal religiosity - particularly religiosity of the Bible believing variety. 

According to the Joshua Project about 8% of UK citizens are currently evangelical (See: Joshua Project - UK ). 

Christianity is growing rapidly in China



The Past, Present and Future of Chinese Immigrants in the UK



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Saturday, April 19, 2014

More bad news for UK evolutionists and atheists. Most immigrants to the UK come from China. China is on course to become the 'world's most Christian nation' within 15 years.

Earlier today, we published that The Telegaph reported  in April of 2014 that China is on course to become the 'world's most Christian nation' within 15 years and that its desperate atheist leaders are trying to demolish churches in response. See: China on course to become the world's most Christian nation in 15 years

Chinese Christian converts typically reject evolutionism.See: Chinese Christians tend to be creationists

I have some BAD news for UK evolutionists and atheists.  The UK is being flooded with immigrants and most immigrants are from China. No doubt they will attempt to have many of their  Chinese Christian relatives come to the UK too. See: Most immigrants to the UK are now from China and Net migration to UK 'underestimated' by nearly 350,000

Yet, the above information is merely the tip of the iceberg.  For additional compelling information on why the above sources give a rather conservative estimate on how Chinese creationist immigrants and other creationist immigrants will overrun UK Darwinists in the 21st Century should Jesus tarry, please see: 10 reasons why biblical Christianity will flood the UK in the 21st Century

Christianity is growing rapidly in China



The Past, Present and Future of Chinese Immigrants in the UK



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15 questions for evolutionists

Responses to the 15 Questions: part 1 - Questions 1-3

Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 4–8

Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 9-15

Refuting evolution