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Today's Creation Moment

Apr
18
The Days in Genesis
Genesis 1:5
“And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.”
Silently, a huge, powerful form slides through the deep, cold, dark depths of the sea. The men aboard the nuclear submarine have seen neither sun nor daylight for months, yet each one knows what day...
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We object to "chemical evolution" (abiogenesis) totally and unconditionally. We also object to natural selection in terms of what is commonly called macro-evolution - the kind of evolution that is said to result in the formation of new species. We do not object to natural selection in terms of micro-evolution - the kind that causes variations within species.

We also wanted to make a comment on something you said in an earlier post. Though we will agree with you that far more scientists accept evolution than those that don't, we feel this is irrelevant. The last time we looked, the scientific method in the search for truth does not depend on which view gets the most votes. However, what IS truly unscientific is for scientists to intimidate other scientists and shut them up for holding an opposing view. Darwin himself invited scientists to scrutinize his theory. Today, however, a scientist could lose his job for daring to question evolution.

Regarding your question about Intelligent Design, we know that they have put their theories to the test. We suggest you go to the Discovery Institute's website for more information about that.

And finally, your assertion that Christianity and evolution can be compatible is true to a point. Liberal Christianity does not mind reinterpreting the Bible to make it consistent with evolution. Biblical Christianity, on the other hand, is totally incompatible with evolution. The Bible makes many statements about creation that are the opposite of what evolution teaches. The Bible speaks authoritatively on both the "why" AND the "how." We suggest you look at some of the articles on that subject in our Articles Library.

Thursday, February 12, is Charles Darwin's 200th birthday. At the time he wrote On the Origin of Species, very little was known about the cell. Well, the so-called "simple cell" has turned out to be unimaginably complex, and it bears the unmistakable mark of design. We wonder if Darwin (if he were alive today) would still have put forth his theory if he had known what we now know about the complexity of life. Or if he knew that centuries of searching have still not turned up the transitional fossils he expected would be found.

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