posted on Aug, 1 2005 @ 04:53 AM
As a Christian, I am not the least bit appalled by the Evolution theory, nor evolutionists who demand answers from the Creationsists. I really
believe it is a misunderstanding of these two ideals and ignorance of people. Creationists who believe every bible word are fools, because they
disregard the symbolism of the language of the Bible. They think words are absolute laws of the universe. I guess they think if God said "I will
give you eternal life", it means that they should live forever in their bodies. This isn't so and is painfully obvious. God never said he created
the world in 168 hours, but said 7 days. It is also noted he said a day is like a thousand years to the Lord, or so it may have been inspired.
Creation theorists, will never prove God by the words of the Bible as some form of absolute statements that are true.
Case in point are; Jesus said if you have enough faith you can move a mountain, but I have never seen a mountain moved by faith, although a mountain
could be a figurative term for an obstacle of overwhelming significance.
The bible does not make it clear exaclty what seven days in God's time are, as we measure them. Anything could have happened before man and it is
plausible that dinosaurs could have lived before man. It is verifiable that they did exist, and no less deniable that they did over the existance of
Abrahams Lincoln's top hat.
Evolutionists, need to understand that their theory is not perfect either, in that at some point life had to begin. They conveniently draw on the
theory of the Big Bang, but fail to explain how matter can create itself. Both views are flawed and should actually go hand in hand.
Creationists should agree that there is no evidence that things didn't exist before Adam and Evolutionists should understand that the two theories
can go hand in hand and that previously, the Big Bang is an inconceivable theory without a creator.