Circuit Rider

Robert Harris
March 2016

A Monkey’s View Of Evolution Theory

We have two theories about the origin of man.

We have the evolution theory and we have the Biblical theory. The sincere and genuine stays with the Bible. The evolution theory is only a theory and only a thought.

Let’s look at the evolution and the monkey’s viewpoint. Three monkeys sat in a coconut tree discussing things as they’re said to be. One said to the other, “Now listen, you two. There’s a certain rumor that can’t be true, that man descended from our noble race. The very idea! It’s a dire disgrace.”

“No monkey ever deserted his wife, starved her baby and ruined her life. And you’ve never known of a mother monkey to leave her baby with others to bunk or pass them on from one to another until them hardly know who is their mother.”

“And another thing, you will never see a monkey build a fence around a coconut tree and let the coconuts go to waste, forbidding all other monkeys to a taste. Why if I put a fence around this tree starvation would force you to steal from me.”

“Another thing a monkey won’t do is go out at night and get on a stew or use a gun, club or knife to take some other monkey’s life. Yes, man descended, but brother he didn’t descend from us.”

Man is God’s creation. He lives on a high plane. The last art of God’s creation is mankind. He made man in order to live within his heart. Mankind’s body is the tabernacle of the Holy Spirit.