posted on Oct, 11 2016 @ 07:42 PM
a reply to: Bubba1020
It's pretty hard to deny there are creationist who willfully, arrogantly, separate the two concepts on purpose.
It's more or less politically correct to accept what you said as truth:
-It is an incontrovertible fact that organisms have changed, or evolved, during the history of life on Earth.
-This has no impact at all on 'if there is a God' or 'if life was created by God'. Could be true, could be false.
While it's commendable as a creationist, that you accept the theory of Evolution, without question it's Christian Creationist narrative that suggests
false equivalency in these terms. Not scientists. Specifically, fallacy literalist interpretations of the book of Genesis, that are even hypocritical
to their own nature, suggest 'Life is too Complex' to be explained by Evolution. Too bad Evolution is not meant to 'explain life', just a function of
it, more specifically how Transcription Errors
will change an Organism, and if those
changes are 'beneficial', how it will change course of a new 'dominant species'.
Evolution's main mission wasn't to prove the origin of life, it's to explain why things 'change' in the first place.
It's most definitely a direct attack on Science to suggest Religion has more complexity in it's answer, or to suggest that the two topics are related.
The interpretation is so unrelated to the premise, it's like comparing a Banana to a Firetruck.