The Daily Paine

Your ears are not yet closed to the sublime language of truth; your heart is made to feel its charms.”

“What we are is God’s gift to us; what we become is our gift to God.”

Ha, ha, ha, now it all makes sense. All of the gibberish that we now hear there is a scientific answer for it. Ha, ha, ha, I just knew it. Read below from the Associated Press.

“The barks, yacks and wa-hoos of the Guinea baboons reveal distinct human-like vowel sounds, according to the study published Wednesday in the journal Plos One by scientists from six universities in France and Alabama…
“‘Language is a key difference between humans and the rest of the natural world, but the origin of our speech remains one of the greatest mysteries of science,’ the scientists wrote.”

The “woahs” that we hear sung, is simply the song of the baboon. I used to laugh at it, but now I know it comes from the language of early man. Our language is just a modern form of baboon. But, what a minute. Is the baboon Slavic or Germanic? Is it Chinese or Bantu? Hmmm, maybe there is a baboon that speaks the ancient language of the Cheyenne or the Cossack.
This reminds me of what Paul wrote, “Claiming to be wise, they became fools [professing to be smart, they made simpletons of themselves].”(Romans 1:22 AMPC) The Phillip’s translation puts it this way, “Behind a facade of ‘wisdom’ they became just fools, fools who would exchange the glory of the eternal God for an imitation image of a mortal man, or of creatures that run or fly or crawl.” (1:22-23)
Perhaps they have been watching too many “monkey movies” (in fact, I think there is another one coming out this summer.)  Man was made in God’s image, therefore, he has dignity.  Why, oh why, do we want to digress and become a baboon?  Now I fully understand that so much of what we hear from the politicians and from the media is pure gibberish, so maybe there is some truth as to the baboon talk.  Or maybe, it is just that particular species of man that is baboonish.
Hmmm, that is a new word to add to my massive vocabulary.  I normally use terms that are no longer allowed to be used in our society:  moronic, idiotic, imbecilic now there is a new term that must surely be politically correct–baboonish.
At least there was one thing correct, “The mysteries of science.”  Science doesn’t know it all and is not absolute.  It continues to change.  To the Secular Humanist it is all they have for the answers to life.  Shame.  Why is it they do not want to believe in a Creator?  In it, they have become “fools.”