Pennsylvanian

August 11

Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.

(Romans 12:21) KJV

The description of the Pennsylvanian we have is an example of how to use inductive rationalization to make the remains of an ecosystem sound like it’s evidence for a period of time.

A bed of fossils is something which happens because of an event in a specific place at a specific time. Floods erode, transport and deposit sediment. We can go to a specific place, say a road cut on a West Virginia highway, and we can see what got dumped in that place during Noah’s flood (a specific time). The sedimentary formation is real, it’s an actual thing so it meets the requirements to be a fact.

How did the sediment get there? Noah’s flood is the obvious answer. However, most people aren’t going to be happy with that answer. That’s why God sent a strong delusion.

We can rationalize the existence of the evidence if we reverse the relationship of cause and effect (a symptom of a reprobate mind). We could simply flip everything and say that the sediment a period of time which has been spread out across space. This is narrative, merely the expression of an idea which has become a premise, it’s not an actual thing which has existence. It’s not a fact, it’s imaginary. A reversal of causality is the heart of popular science (SciPop), therefore we may deduce that SciPop is the product of a reprobate mind. This reprobate mind is embodied as what we refer to as peer review.

And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For every one that doeth evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved. But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God.

(John 3:19-21) KJV

How can we overcome evil if we don’t recognize it? In the Bible there’s an equivalence of light with truth, and darkness with evil. That which is not light, is dark. Therefore, that which is not truth, is evil.

Paleobotany and the evolution of plants

We’re studying the periods of geological history as described by Wilson N. Stewart.

This was the text book we used in grad school when we studied for a masters of science in Biology.

PENNSYLVANIAN
Uniformly warm, humid climates. Further intrusion of epicontinental seas associated with the formation of the great coal swamps. Mosses, lycopods, sphenopsids, ferns, seed ferns and cordaites. Origin of reptiles, diversification of amphibians. Insects abundant.

– Wilson N. Stewart, Paleobotany and the evolution of plants.

This description above is technically plausible in how it accounts for the origin of sediment, but it’s an inductive rationalization designed to fit the SciPop narrative of godless existence. It’s part of the reason for why supposedly educated and enlightened people think that Christians are stupid and Jesus was a hippie. It’s not truth, that means it’s evil.

What’s truly fascinating is the intent of the person who wrote it. We don’t know what’s in someone’s heart, only God knows. We’re finding it more and more likely that Wilson N. Stewart wrote these descriptions as a way of hiding the truth in plain sight, and has been part of God’s promise to preserve the truth in a way which is so obvious that no one has an excuse to not believe.

Pennsylvanian – Navigation

SectionTitleScripture
1PennsylvanianRomans 12:21
2Uniformly Warm, Humid ClimatesGenesis 7:17
3Further Intrusion of Epicontinental SeasGenesis 7:24
4Formation of the Great Coal SwampsMatthew 7:1
5Catastrophically Buried(Further reading)
6Mosses, Lycopods, SphenopsidsIsaiah 10:17-18
7The Origin of Abundant DiversificationIsaiah 5:20
SalvationRomans 10:9-10
– Navigate your way around the Pennsylvanian.

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