True Environmental Stewardship Cannot Come from the Evolutionists

The recent ICR post, “Should Creationists Brook Loss of a Trout?” (, is not about fishing stories and the one that got away, but posits a seemingly innocuous question that is used to unveil the corrupted underlying motis operandi and some insideous consequences of evolution in contrast to creationism: “Should a freshwater stream be restored to make it habitable for a failing fish population such as brook trout?1 It makes sense that creationists proactively care about biodiversity and environmental stewardship, but why should evolutionists care?2 These real-world questions are illustrated by Maryland’s Jabez Branch, a tributary of the Severn River in Maryland. Jabez Branch is the only stream in the state’s Coastal Plain that is—or maybe was—home to brook trout.1” In brooking these questions, it debuncts the fallacy that Christians do not care about the environment because their attention is focused on heaven and the by-and-by.

In addition to the conclusions arrived at in the article, such as how evolution’s bedrock tenet of survival of the fittest is used to justify eugenics, it may be added that evolution has been a highly effective tool of Satan overall to rob God of His role as the creator of all things and humans as being created in His image. Man is relegated to being just another creature that developed through evolution over vast ages. That is the greatest crime of the big lie of evolution and in the wake of it over the past two centuries lies the decension of civilization into lawlessness and destruction to the present state of chaos and revolution. The Marxist arm of humanism is one its crowning achievements.

Published by Noble Berean II

Raised a Catholic but became born again in young adulthood principally through reading Evidence that Demands a Verdict by Josh McDowell (I highly recommend it). I prefer the Reformed faith and subscribe to the Five Solas, but hold to baptism by immersion. I also hold to a continuationist view of the doctrine of Spiritual gifts. To me, the Bible is the inerrant Word of God, with a Christocentric theme in its entirety. I hold to an orthodox preterist hermeneutic and prefer the Postmillenial eschatology as the most biblical doctrine of God’s plan for His kingdom in Christ.

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