[[You are quite correct in saying that Christianity and Creationism are not synonymous. Of course not. Creationism is a tenet of Christianity; the most important tenet; That the Judeo-Christian God is the Creator of the Universe, and of Mankind. What is your point in asserting something not in dispute? Do you think it somehow salvages your soiled reputation?]]
Those who insert their own words into the bible are infact attemptign to make God’s word Fallible, and their word infallible- They insist they beleive God’s word, and they insist they are ‘Christians’ however, they reject them ost important tenents, because to accept God at His word is to admit evolution can not, and did not happen- so they MUST cause God’s word to becoem fallible, and cause their words to becoem infallible- they are Feabily attempting to make themselves out to be more trustworthy than even God is- These folks, who were NOT there ‘in the beginning’ act as though they were infact there, and desperatetly try to convince everyoen that their word is more true than The One who WAS there i nthe beginning, and who gave His account about what took place. God’s word tells us VERY CLEARLY thgat there was NO sin and death and destruction BEFORE the fall of man- and Yet evolutionists (who falsely claim they are ‘Christians’) INSIST that God ‘got the ball rolling by initiating evolution’ which means that there would HAVE TO BE death, destruction, corruption BEFORE the fall of man, in order for the evolutionary process to somehow manage to overcome biological, physical, mathematical impossibilities trillions of times ‘over billions of years’- which is blatantly contrary to God’s word
Evolution and Christianity are NOT compatible- Either God’s word is infallible3, or man’s is- I’m putting my money on God- Christianity and science are completely compatible, but the hypopthesis of evolution as seen through the highly imaginative glasses of secularism are not compatible- The FACTS are the same for both camps- but the evos go way beyond the facts, and insist that nature was capable of supernatural events- and that nature must have violated it’s own ‘laws’- and that nature was somehow capable of irreducible complexity and of creatign information out of static materials-
The FACTS are the same for both camps- but the evos go way beyond the facts
And there, I think, is the nub of it.
Im not much into Science, so I listen and try to understand what I can. What is clear to me, and to what I find violent objection, is that some science advocates (Darwinian Mullahs and Imams, I call them) use Science to justify sweeping religious conclusions that take Science (Evolution specifically) well beyond the realm justifying their reason for existence. If, in the process of the application of the principles of Alinsky and Goebbels to Evolution, these Darwinian Mullahs and Imams exceed even the simple bounds of Science alone, then this should not be an occasion of stupefaction.