I know it may be a sensitive question for some...but if you believe this, what is your reasoning? If you do not think they are compatible, please explain why. For those who don't believe in both, do you think saying "both are true" is a copout?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:43 AM on Oct. 15, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
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I think there is evidence of both. For me there is a great deal of evidence that the Gods exist and don't understand how anyone could feel that this is all accidental. However there is a great deal of physical and scientific proof of evolution. I don't understand why people feel it can't be both. I mean, no one has ever said THIS IS HOW GOD CREATED. The gods have always used tools of nature to exact their feelings on earth. So, why would this be different? I think the people that tend to be against the idea the most are Christians, yet, their god has used nature over and over to change things to his liking. (the flood, locusts, red tide, rain of sulfur) So why is it such a stretch to think that he used Evolution as well. Since most Christians also agree that the 6 days of creation are not a literal 24 hour days, it leaves much room for creator assisted evolution. For me it just makes sense.
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