Skip to comments.If Your Church is Celebrating Darwin, Leave (and Donít Come Back)
Posted on 02/11/2017 6:34:51 AM PST by DWW1990
The 200th anniversary of the birth of devoted Materialist and Evolutionist Charles Darwin was in 2009. It was that year that I first became aware of Evolution Weekend. Originally Evolution Sunday, Evolution Weekend is the product of The Clergy Letter Project. This project exists to promote the teaching of Darwinian evolution, especially within religious institutions. For example, the letter to Christian clergy, in part, reads,
"While virtually all Christians take the Bible seriously and hold it to be authoritative in matters of faith and practice, the overwhelming majority do not read the Bible literally, as they would a science textbook Religious truth is of a different order from scientific truth. Its purpose is not to convey scientific information but to transform hearts..."
First of all, a common criticism from Darwinists of all flavorsfrom the true believers: ardent atheists, to the spongy theistic evolutionists (ironically seen as heretics by the faithful on both sides of the evolution debate)is that Christians who accept the biblical account of the origin of mankind are making the mistake of reading the Bible (especially Genesis) literally.
(Excerpt) Read more at trevorgrantthomas.com ...
I concur - you have just posted one of the best replies I have read in the Fr Comments section for several months. - Rock on, BroJo!...
God created the heavens and the Earth, everything we can see and everything we can’t.
Once you get past that astounding fact, isn’t the question of exactly how He did it or how long He took sort of...secondary?