HopePurifies wrote:Creation apologists have readily responded to every point in this essay. Check out answersingenesis.org or any other place and see what they have to say about it. If you have done this, and are not convinced by their response, you could tell us why.This essay isn't that impressive, and doesn't show any of us more than we've already heard.I believed in evolution fervently a few months after my profession of faith. I read probably every article on godandscience.org. I just didn't see any contradiction with evolution and the Bible.But then I realized that Jesus quoted the creation account. Hit one. Then I read a lot of stuff over those months and realized that evolution isn't necessary. Why limit God to the use of evolution? Survival of the fittest is a sad fact, and a result of the fall. It is not the method that God would have originally intended for the development of His creation. Human-kind is not the apex of evolution. If we didn't have similar DNA and such than the animals and plants then we couldn't get as much nutrition from eating them. But we are completely different than animals. They were spoken by word, we were created by dust and the breath of God and in the image of God.I'm really sleepy, so I'll leave ya to hearing and listening and responding and all that. May God lead us all in wisdom and truth.
If you have done this, and are not convinced by their response, you could tell us why.
In the words of Larry Norman... "I aint gonna let no paleantologist make a monkey out of me!"(to save everyone time asking who Larry Norman is... www.larrynorman.com )Krispy
If you want to go one step back, think of designing a Carbon atom with the attributes that make life possible, and then go one stage back to designing the quarks and leptons that mean that of the 92 or so naturally occuring elements, Carbon is formed in a way that supports life; truly awesome! Just because the data also fits an evolutionist model, doesn't mean it supports evolution. A good scientist will look for an experiment that distinguishes between two models. None of the biological data presented does that; it can easily be made to fit either an evolutionary or a creationist model.
_________________Robert Wurtz II
None of the biological data presented does that; it can easily be made to fit either an evolutionary or a creationist model.