Friday, November 18, 2016
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Thoughts from the Christian perspective: discernment issues as they relate to the current state of the church and society.
I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who has strengthened me, because He considered me faithful, putting me into service. 1 Timothy 1:12
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Only thing missing: that life somehow got MORE complex without any design, purpose, or assistance. In total contradiction to sound science and the 2nd law of thermodynamics.
But who needs that? :)
Oh, that's not missing -- that's the steps between 2 and 3 and 4 and 5. "Things happen" to reach the next greater complexity -- we just don't know what it is!
ARGH!! I hit "delete" instead of "publish" for the next comment -- they are very close together and you have to watch closely where the cursor lies. And it doesn't ask if you are sure you want to delete it! Anyway, I'm going to post it as anonymous with all the information it showed on my moderation notice.
Steve Bricker has left a new comment on your post "Atheism's Universe":
If not for all those pesky gaps, the whole process would be logical. Thanks, Glenn, for the irony.
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Posted by Steve Bricker to The Watchman's Bagpipes at November 18, 2016 at 2:24 PM
Some people (like me) are not that great with "implied" things... we prefer things plainly said. :)
The real enemy to God being the creator isn't evolution, It's theistic evolution, where there is death before man and sin, i.e. God used death to create this world and man. That makes God evil.
Evolution also teaches that there was death and decay before humans.
Theistic evolution is nothing but evolution dressed up to say that God used evolution.
Theistic evolution is more heinous in that it teaches Christians to accept the lie of evolution.
"Theistic evolution is more heinous in that it teaches Christians to accept the lie of evolution."
True, but theistic evolution is worse. Evolution has no God. If logically thought through theistic evolution teaches Christians that God - before sin - used suffering, disease, pain, death, animals viciously killing each other for food, etc.,(as they believe the fossil record shows) to eventually make man.
This would make God a very cruel, God, which is a lie.
The bible is clear that death entered this world through Adam's sin, not before.
Evolution denies God, theistic evolution says God is a monster.
I agreed. Theistic evolution and evolution are really the same though - a distinction without a difference. My point is that T.E. is more heinous because of how it leads Christians to believe in the lie of evolution as truth.
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