|God's Pregnancy Test, a real nightmare for evolutionists
E. Norbert Smith, Ph.D.
Art by Janet Boyd, ARTPAGE and HOMEPAGE Used by permission.
Long before the corner drug store had pregnancy test kits available, long before the rabbit test was widely used, even before the calendar was invented God provided an easy-to-use absolutely free pregnancy test for women. In simpler times with no TV to watch and no electricity all peoples were more closely tied to the sun and phases of the moon. God's Word clearly states: And God said, "Let there be lights in the expanse of the sky to separate the day from the night, and let them serve as signs to mark seasons and days and years, (Gen 1:14, NIV). Many early civilizations were aware of and marked such celestial events as spring and fall equinox and the longest and shortest days. Long ago, before the advent of months and years and calendars women could simply go outside at night, look at the moon and determine if they were pregnant.
How could they do this you ask? I am glad you asked. It is really quite simple. God designed the lunar cycle or synodic month to equal about 29.5 days. This is the period from new moon to new moon or full moon to full moon. This is quite close to the average woman's menstrual cycle of 28 days. If a woman started her period last month with a full moon, for example and the next full moon came without a period she was quite probably pregnant. Neat this God stuff!
This raises yet another sticky problem for evolutionists. How could the lunar cycle so closely agree with a woman's menstrual cycle? Did people evolve so the moon could be used as a pregnancy test? Not likely! Or did the two events just happen to coincide? Figure the odds! It is far more logical the God who hung the moon and stars in place and created man in His Image planed it to be so. Truly, The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. (Ps 19:1, NIV). Sadly such obvious truths are no longer taught in our public schools as showing the hand of the living God.
Investigate Evolution. But beware, the
lack of evidence may frighten you.