According to the Bible, we were created in God's image, therefore we cannot be evolved from a common ancestry with apes. The bible never really says we DON'T come from apes either.
Well I dunno, whose to say what God looks like? Maybe the big guy looks like a big gorilla for all we know? Who knows really?
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Answer by 2autisticsmom at 10:08 AM on Aug. 31, 2010
they have found ape fossils, they have found human fossils. where are the fossils of the in between stage? Right HERE
And I see the Big Bang has been brought up, as it always seems to make its way into the evolution threads. However, I must point out that evolution (the origin of species) is biology and the big bang (the origin of the universe) is cosmology.
I personally believe in a creator-led evolution. As for being created "in God's image" I believe that to be in the sense of spiritual connectedness not in a physical sense.
Answer by KelleyP77 at 10:36 AM on Aug. 31, 2010
it's like putting a broken watch in a bag and shaking it for millions of years...you really think the watch will fix itself into perfect working order?
Wrong analogy! It's more like baking a cake. You put all the right ingredients together, give it a good mix then heat it.
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