God was sitting and was very bored. He had enough of the angels. He wanted to do something different. So he created the earth, sun, moon, stars and the universe. It still did not please him. So he created a creature called Adam – the man - and put him in the heaven. Despite being in heaven, Adam was very disoriented and unhappy. So God decided to create his companion Eve – the woman. Adam suddenly perked up. God told them to be happy but warned them not to eat the apple from the apple tree. However, Eve proceeded to get the apple and shared it with Adam. Or was it Adam who got the apple and shared it with Eve? Heck! It was such a long time ago that I was told this story, I forget.
At that point God got very angry. He threw them out of heaven straight to the earth. Ouch! Must have hurt. How come they did not break their bums or at least legs? Anyway they kept eating a lot of apples and produced a lot of little Adams and Eves and lived unhappily ever after.
Once upon time there was guy by the name of Charles Darwin somewhere in Britain. He had a house, wife and children. His daughter got very sick. He and his wife constantly prayed to God to save their daughter. Sadly, the daughter passed away from her illness – I am very sincere that it was a very sad event in the Darwin family's life. Charles got very angry with God and said he shall prove that he is a fraud and does not exist.
Later in life Charles himself got very ill. He had all kinds of ailments including eczema. He started going to a witch-doctor who prescribed him a lot of cold showers but that did not help much. He got angry at people in general so he wrote a book called "On The Origin Of Species" and declared humans descendant of apes. Since then many followers of Darwin have been improving on his theory.
Moral of the Story:
1) Never make God angry, as he will expel you from heaven.
2) Never get those evolutionary academics/intellectuals angry. They will throw a temper tantrum at you and call you ignorant. Their livelihood depends on their research, you know.