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  • Evolution Vs Creation

    Evolution is a theory that states human beings are the product of continuous development and homo sapiens (human beings) developed from unicellular organism. Creation is a theory that credits God for the world and the universe.
    Science teaches evolution theory and religion teaches creation theory. How do you reconcile beetwn these contrasting views.

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    Originally posted by Dominique View Post
    Evolution is a theory that states human beings are the product of continuous development and homo sapiens (human beings) developed from unicellular organism. Creation is a theory that credits God for the world and the universe.
    Science teaches evolution theory and religion teaches creation theory. How do you reconcile beetwn these contrasting views.
    If Science teaches Darwinian evolution then it fails at the scientific method. Darwinian evolution is neither observable, testable, or repeatable. There is no evidence of any genus producing another genus.

    God bless,
    William

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dominique View Post
      Science teaches evolution theory and religion teaches creation theory. How do you reconcile beetwn these contrasting views.
      I reject both of these views because they contradict the Bible, which teaches creation as a historical fact, not as a theory.

      Many scientists believe evolution not for scientific reasons but for historical reasons. They believe that the physical laws of the universe have always been in existence just as they are today and that there has never been any divine intervention of any kind. If you believe this you must believe in evolution to explain the existence of life, whether there is any evidence for it or not. If their basic assumption is wrong and God has intervened by creating creating life and the universe itself, then all the conclusions they have reached regarding the origin of life and of the universe are proven wrong. Unfortunately we live in a culture where this point of view is generally accepted and even many Christians believe evolution is true and a way must be found to reconcile it with the Bible.

      All of my schooling has been in public schools which taught that evolution is true and for a long time I accepted it. I reconciled it with the Bible by believing the gap theory.

      What is the Gap Theory? | carm

      I have only recently become aware of the fact that evolution has not been scientifically proved and I now believe in young earth creation. Here are two sites where you can learn more about the scientific evidence against evolution.

      Answers in Genesis

      Evolutionary Truth by Piltdown Superman
      Clyde Herrin's Blog

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      • #4
        Creation is the only real story, and all evolutionists will be forced to admit it, one day very soon. Jesus Christ will return and make a new heaven and a new earth. Are you ready for it? Every knee will bow to His Name, and every tongue will confess that He is Lord of All!!!

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        • #5
          The popular media often portrays the creation vs. evolution debate as science vs. religion, with creation being religious and evolution being scientific. Unfortunately, if you don't agree with this label, you too are labelled. Regardless of whether you're a creationist or an evolutionist, if you disagree with the stereotype, you're condemned and "exposed" as a religious fanatic who is secretly trying to pass religion off as science or, even worse, trying to disprove science in order to redeem a ridiculous, unscientific, religious worldview. The fact is neither model of origins has been established beyond a reasonable doubt (otherwise, the theory of evolution wouldn't be called the "theory" of evolution). Whether we like to admit it or not, those of us who subscribe to the theory of evolution do so by faith. And while the recognition of design in biology may have theological implications, it is not based upon religious premise - it's based upon empirical observation and logic.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Geeta06 View Post
            Whether we like to admit it or not, those of us who subscribe to the theory of evolution do so by faith.
            Bravo for recognizing this Geeta!

            God bless,
            William

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            • #7
              Actually, there are many people who are not Christians, or even religious , who do not accept the idea of evolution. As was already mentioned, the theory has never been proved out. Never has one type of creature evolved into another type of creature. We have proof of changes in one species of animal, but they remain the same species.
              Take the dog, as an example.
              We have dogs af all shapes, sizes and colors, long-hair and short hair. All have either developed to naturally adapt to their surroundings, or they have been bred by mankind to be a certain size and appearance.
              But, regardless of any of their indivual characteristics, they still remain dogs, and they don't evolve into cats because they are small, or into bears because they are large.
              The non-Christians who do not believe in evolution then have to come up with some other scenario for the development of life here on earth, and this is where we get the ideas of interstellar travelers coming here and "seeding life", and controlling the development.
              This allows them to believe in another (totally unproven) theory, and still not have to admit that this earth is a creation of God just like the Bible says that it is.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Dominique View Post
                How do you reconcile beetwn these contrasting views.
                You don't....

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Happyflowerlady View Post
                  Actually, there are many people who are not Christians, or even religious , who do not accept the idea of evolution.

                   

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                  • #10
                    For a born again Christian, baptized in God's Holy Spirit there can be no "vs." There is the truth and then everything else.

                    1 John 2:27 (NKJV)
                    But the anointing which you have received from Him abides in you, and you do not need that anyone teach you; but as the same anointing teaches you concerning all things, and is true, and is not a lie, and just as it has taught you, you will abide in Him.


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