It is the work of a master artist. Its bright orange wings, black stripes and white dots make this one of the most easily recognized butterflies in the world. In addition, the life cycle of the monarch butterfly—a remarkably intricate four-stage process called metamorphosis—creates many problems for the theory of evolution. Let’s take a closer look to see why this complex and beautiful creature can so stump the evolutionists.
In his book Raising the Ruins, now available in bookstores, Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry exposes the reality of what happened to the Worldwide Church of God. Here is the second half of the 19th chapter.