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Friday, September 21, 2007

Natural Selection

Evolution is based on a process called Natural Selection-in other words, Nature chooses. Creation is based on the idea that God chooses. Which seems more foolish, believing that God, and entity that could possibly exist, designed the universe or believing that Nature, a concept that we know doesn't exist as an intelligent entity, designed the universe?  For me, I am going with the one that is at least possible. So you may call me a fool but I will find solace in the fact that I am at least a step above you.

I Guess I Never Thought of This...

A point about Evolution was brought to my attention today for the very first time.  Romans 5 states that through one man, Adam, sin entered the world and through sin, death.  If this is true, then how could one explain the deaths of billions of living things required in the evolutionary process BEFORE Adam's existance? If evolutionists and especially "christian" evolutionists are to be believed, death was around since the very beginning, long before Adam. That passage continues with Salvation entering the world through one man, Jesus.  If the first part of this passage isn't true, and if you accept evolution then it isn't, the second can't be true. What does this mean for me as a Christian?  Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 15 that if Christ didn't rise from the dead then we are all fools to be pitied. This has been a great example for me that when one dismisses any part of Scripture-the entirety of Scripture is undermined-even the parts you WANT to believe.


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