Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Babies know the difference between good and evil

Well, imagine that!  ‘Science research’ is confirming once again what the Bible has told us all along. 

What is it this time, you ask?

Well, according to recent research, it seems that even babies as young as 6 months old know the difference between good and evil! They are not ‘empty slates’ at birth that have to ‘learn’ to do wrong.  They know and do wrong from the very start.

The Bible explains that all are born in a ‘lost / unsaved’ condition because of the original sin of Adam and Eve.  And the Biblical explanation corresponds perfectly with this ‘new scientific study’.

But even though the Bible explained the cause of why people do ‘evil’, and this study confirms that babies know the difference between good and evil, folks still  poo pooh the Biblical explanation and repeatedly propose other ‘reasons’ for for why a person does evil.

According to the Bible, all are born in sin and, therefore, have an inbred moral code which causes them to know and to do evil.  That is, of course, why the Lord God Jesus Christ had to die to pay the death penalty for sin / doing evil. 

I was going to give you the link to the interesting study which, 'unbeknownst' to the ‘researchers’, affirms the accuracy and validity of the Biblical account, but, alas, as is so often the case, though the article was interesting, there were side pictures (advertisements and etc) that were ‘not good’ and I didn’t want you to see them by accident.

So, you will just have to trust me that such an article exists and basically said that little babies know and can recognize the difference between good and evil.  Interesting. 

Oh, well, with no link, you have less to read today so ‘technically’ you are ‘through’ for today -- unless, of course, you want to scroll down the page and read or reread some of the previous articles.

That would be a good idea.

So, until tomorrow.