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Today's Creation Moment

Apr
17
Who Is God?
2 Timothy 3:14-15
“But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned them; And that from a child thou hast known the holy...
Did you know that the Bible never tries to convince the reader that there is a God? As surprising as that sounds, it’s absolutely true. The Bible’s very first words begin by identifying God – but...
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I like some of the suggestions included above - particularly the use of GAP. However, I would like to see
Creationists use terminology that would avoid the term evolution but would still be recognizable to evolutionists, i.e. more mainstream terminology. Even adaptation carries the idea of evolution and change within it. The focus should be to point up the latent information that environmental factors "call forth" in particular situations without using the evolutionists' nomenclature. The nomenclature should reflect ideas such as the robustness that God's provision in the gene pool confers as well as its "embedded" quality.

This seems to me to be a position with which to begin. Maybe an acronym which combines many of these ideas. The right combination of these qualities would, if present in a memorable form, allow the acronym to be identifiable as Creationist in essence without connecting it to God explicitly.

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