Evolutionists feel that they are right. That's fine. But they also clearly feel that they cannot make a compelling case for their position. For a great many people, if they are presented with the views of the Evolutionists, and the views of the Creationists, many people will find that the Creationists seem more likely to be on the right path.
That doesn't necessarily mean that Creationists are right. Science is not a popularity contest. But it does point out why Evolutionists are so afraid the Creationists.
Personally, I find that I don't have enough faith to believe in Evolution.
posted on 07/29/2007 2:31:56 PM PDT
(Progressives like to keep doing the things that didn't work in the past.)
You are so correct. However, the premises that the young earthers maintain are based on a lack of understanding of scripture. If they were to read Bereshit in Hebrew (Genesis), then they would understand how far off the mark they are. For a fact, the sun was not created until the 4th day, so there must have been a different recollection of time for the first 3 days...There is no doubt in my mind that G-d created the world in just the same manner in which he stated. However, the reconking of time might have been a little different than what the young earthers state. They would have you believe that the only translation that is corect is the KJV. However, there have been at least 87—which is correct? Read it in Hebrew, then you will understand.
posted on 07/29/2007 4:08:18 PM PDT
(Pray for the peace of Jerusalem in the name of the G-d of Jacob)
One doesn’t need faith all one has to do is examine the evidence.
posted on 07/29/2007 5:41:05 PM PDT
(It's not just a boulder; It's a rock! A ro-o-ock. The pioneers used to ride these babies for miles!)
But they also clearly feel that they cannot make a compelling case for their position.
Just like the Evo's!!!
posted on 08/02/2007 1:51:14 PM PDT
(Heck is where people, who don't believe in Gosh, think they are not going...)
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