RE: Response on Creation ans Scince
by Ragu - written 21/07/2010 17:59:47
David Silversides wrote (21/07/2010 15:08:14):
There seems to be a volly of messages opposing Caleb's stance on evolution etc. and it would take some time to answer each one. Can I offer some response by stating, at a basic level, that the assertion that the evolutionary view is scientific fact is very unscientifiic. Any view of origins not based on Divine revelation involves speculation since no human being was there to record what took place. Such speculation necessarily involves unifotmitarian presuppositions and automatically assumes that the Biblical and Christian distinction between God's work of creation on the one hand and his subsequent work of providence (and the normal 'laws' by which God operates in the latter) is untrue. There is no scietific basis for this assumption that the origin of things must conform to the laws applicable to the subsequent history of those things. Indeed, it is self-evident that something existing from nothing is contrary to normal observable phenomina. The desire to assume atheism is fully explicable in terms of the Biblical teaching on man's fall and subsequent sinful nature and enmity aginst God. To assert that evolution is fact expresses man's desire not to retain God in his knowledge, but science it most certainly is not.
I agree with this guy. Why can't you guys just accept that his Noodliness created the world when he was drunk, and that he affects all scientific tests to mess with us.
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