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The Stones at Carnac
Genesis 11:8
“So the LORD scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off to build the city.”
On the southern coast of the Breton peninsula in Northern France is a small rural town called Carnac. It is a pleasant enough seaside resort. I remember enjoying a couple of days there with my family...

Gallup Poll on Creationism

Don't let the science establishment and the media fool you into thinking that creationism is a pseudo-science believed by only a handful of people. According to Gallup polls taken over a 26-year period, between 43% and 47% of Americans agreed with the creationist view that God created human beings pretty much in their present form within the last 10,000 years or so. Another 35% to 40% believe in other forms of creationism, including theistic evolution. But we're not rejoicing over these figures. In fact, it's the vast number of theistic evolutionists that reminds us at Creation Moments that we still have so much work to do!

As we've pointed out on previous occasions, theistic evolution is simply evolution wearing a more respectable suit of clothes. So while only 9% to 14% of Americans believe in godless evolution, when you add the 35% to 40% who believe in theistic evolution, you find that Darwinism is the predominant position in America today.

Evolutionists are confident they will eventually win the war of worldviews. After all, they are well funded. They control the mainstream media, public schools, colleges and the science establishment. And they are adept at silencing anyone in their own ranks who dares to disagree with them. That's why those of us who believe in the authority of the Word of God need to boldly proclaim and defend biblical creation - not just to atheistic evolutionists but to theistic evolutionists as well. To help you do that, take advantage of the thousands of free resources at the Creation Moments website.

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With all the respect due to the eminent Gallup Poll, may I say that "theistic evoloutionist" is really a contradiction in terms. If one believes in God, one must surely believe what He says. Is it not arrogance to ignore, change or villify His revelation to His people through His Word?
"the world by (its) wisdom knew not God!"

Theistic Evolution adherents may think that they are wearing a "more respectable suit of clothes", but in reality they are even more despised by the Evolutionists than us (Creationists). Appeasement never achieves anything, be it peace or respect for one's world-view. I have a feeling that if the Neutral Ground of Theistic Evolution were destroyed, the majority would fall in our camp.

I'm a scientist (Chemist) and for many years believed that God created all we see over long ages and drove the process of evolution. I think that's called Theistic Evolution. Only after a very hard look at my life and my faith and some serious Bible study did I finally realize that there was no death before sin and therefore the literal six days of creation took place exactly as written and less than 10,000 years ago. Now the more I study, the more obvious it is that we live in a young earth. To God be the glory!

Gary's comments are right on! One cannot say they truly believe God's word, and yet "interpret" it to mean something that it clearly does not mean. (A day is a 24-hour period, spelled out plainly in Gen. 1). If you don't want to believe it, then please be genuine and say you don't.
Perhaps I'm too simple to follow some arguments, but through this website and others, I've learned there is ample evidence for a young earth (and God can say what He means!).

I find it much more sensible to believe God's account of the unseen past (to him, however it was seen) than to believe the scientists that cannot empirically measure that same past.

Theistic evolution is just a ruse to get people to think God follows the dictates of men. It's part of the effort to confuse people as to whether God's word should be trusted or men's word.

For example, evolutionists like to tell us this isn't a Christian country, but it is. There are many Christians living here, but that's not the whole story. In fact, our foundations are decidedly and undeniably Christian. If you just research the facts, this becomes crystal clear. The reason we even have a free nation is because Jesus Christ, the Judge of the Earth, responded to our forefathers' pleas for help and delivered us out of oppression. Just read the Declaration of Independence and you learn that. But listen to the "experts" of today, and you'll never hear the truth.

Nowadays evolutionists like to say our government was founded as a secular government, to restrict religion, but in fact, it's just the opposite. Our government was founded by wise men who wanted to avoid the mistakes of the past, to keep governments from dictating to the people how to worship God.

In America, we are free to obey God rather than men. That means we are also free to trust in God's word rather than listen to people with a self-aggrandizing agenda.