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Today's Creation Moment

What Languages Did Jesus Speak?
John 7:35b
"…will He go unto the dispersed among the Gentiles, and teach the Gentiles?"
What languages did Jesus speak during His ministry on Earth? Of course He spoke Aramaic, since that was the common language of the people He taught. When He read from Isaiah in the synagogue in...

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You are correct in stating that there is an "irreconcilable difference" between supernatural and natural, but not for the reasons you think. The differences you stated are based on philosophy/faith that there is no God or other being of such creative power that could beget our universe and everything in it. Evolution is predicated on this philosophy and faith, so of course it is "irreconcilable", it has to be.

An error lies within the use of these 2 words: natural and supernatural. This is a dead giveaway to the philosophies behind it. Humans/earth/universe/et al, the natural, are central and "super" natural is separate from. Very humanocentric based and not theological, or philosophically, sound. IF we (I include all created beings; flora, fauna, strata, i.e. cosmos) were created as scripture indicates (and as science is showing, by the way), then we also must place ourselves within that hierarchy: God is the natural and the creation is the sub-natural; God as primary and the created as secondary.

If we follow this logic with Christian/Jewish theology, The Fall of humanity caused us to be sub-natural because we broke the natural order of things, we caused the damage to the Primary's created order of things.

Science is the study or the order of the cosmos, yes? It has followed the logic and philosophy of a created order for millennia. Only in our century has science taken a back seat to religion, but it is not the religion most think of at first. It is the religion of Faith in Evolution. Science is taking a back seat to a determined ideal that there is no God.


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