The Evolutionary Mind
Where do you come from? Where did your food come from? Where does that airplane flying in the air come from? Where did that letter come from?
We ask the question all the time – the question of origins. Nobody while being rational and down to earth wonders why we ask the question of origins in daily life. It is a natural thing to do.
Then, as we get caught up in philosophy and enter areas that battle over ideas, all of a sudden a new thinking framework enters the stage.
The evolutionary mindset is putting our very existence in a terrible sitiation. It disregards the issue of origins and looks into the now and ahead with a fragmented perspective.
The evolutionary mind disconnects us from the possibility that there are original solutions that would benefit. It establishes a hopeless perspective where the only beam of light would be the possibility that humanity could run across something that would be of help.
The evolutionary mind destroys any concept of a common foundation for all to stand on. Everyone is on their own and battling for their own survival.
The evolutionary mind becomes blind to consider options that carry historic evidence of success.
The evolutionary mind puts limitations and restraints on a macro perspective of our existence, disregarding the issue of origins as a significant solution.
The evolutionary mind is a spiritual fortress holding individuals, communities and nations captive – robbing them from the opportunity to live their destiny.
The evolutionary mind has become the ultimate hiding place to avoid the question of a Creator and an Origin.
When faced with questions about origins, the evolutionary mind ends up being irrational and unable to reconcile with reality. We do it all the time, but refuse to admit it.
The battle is spiritual and the tragedy is that a whole army of precious men and women are held captive from discovering the most beautiful reality, one with a personal Creator who made it all to work together in peace and harmony, adventure and creativity.
Jesus came to reconcile all things to God, and He has indeed done that. The question is if we will seek Him and turn to Him during our window of opportunity.