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To: OneVike
You've just presented a textbook exercise in begging the questions.

Your arguments present more reasons to mistrust the conclusions that to trust them.

It's like Obama saying "That just isn't true." whenever someone says something he doesn't like, as if him saying it isn't true constitutes verifiable evidence.

44 posted on 04/24/2013 8:12:36 AM PDT by tacticalogic ("Oh, bother!" said Pooh, as he chambered his last round.)
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To: tacticalogic; Jude in WV; dfwgator; chesley

Wrong.

I gave you verifiable knowledge that you can research.

However, you would rather be lost in your ignorance than check to see if my information is correct.

Please do the same with your information that evolution is anything more than a pie in the sky theory that has been proven wrong time and time again.

What you fail to understand is the theology that backs up the scientific evidence.

Just as the scientific evidence backs up the theology.

If sin entered the world after the fall of Adam, then how could destruction have existed before the fall/

One needs death and destruction to have evolution. Death did not take place until after the fall of Adam, which happened after he sinned.

So you see, any God fearing Christian would be wrong to even hint at the idea that God used evolution in His creation of the Universe and all that exists in it.

By admitting God used evolution, one claims that God is a wrong. If God is wrong, then he is not the omnipotent all knowing and all seeing God He claims to be. After all, the Scriptures are the inspired Word of God, and the word of God explicitly tells us that He created everything in 6 days.

Now you may say you do not believe in God. OK, but do not try and push your unbelief onto Christians who believe otherwise.

So, please explain your logic as to why you are befuddled that people who claim to believe in an omnipotent God, would so readily embrace the scientific studies and evidence we do as proof that God could not have created life with the ability to evolve.

As I said in my original answer, we do evolve within our species, but not from one to another.

One last time, so you will understand the reasoning of a Christian as to why Evolution and Creationism has to be considered mutually exclusive concepts. Concepts that do not and cannot be reconciled with each other.

“God created everything from nothing. He did not use evolution and millions of years, he did so in 6 days. Any Christian who will accept the theory that God used evolution to create the universe is saying they do not believe God is who He claims to be.

You can disagree with the evidence we have to back up our stance all you desire, but do not claim that we Christians have reason to believe what we do.

Oh yea, one other thing, and this is about tacticalogic’s comment of studying evolution to understand how God works.

That would be like studying Islam to understand why Moses went back to Egypt. Or studying the way steel is produced to understand how the weather works.

If you truly desire to understand how God works, all you need is the Bible. I suggest you open it up and pray for understanding. If you are truly honest in your heart to understand Him, then God will open the eyes of your mind and it will all become crystal clear as to how and why he does the things he does.

However, please do NOT use the works of Satan to try to understand God.


47 posted on 04/24/2013 8:57:38 AM PDT by OneVike (I'm just a Christian waiting to go home)
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