I believe in God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, as three distinct and separate entities. I believe that God is the creator of the universe.
I'm rather skeptical about the 6000 year thing, though, since the scientific evidence shows earth is much older (as is humanity).
I'm kind of a 'half-believer' in evolution. It is scientific fact that species can evolve. I read of a case of a moth species in england during
the industrial revolution that evolved from being white-colored with black spots, to black-colored with white spots, in order to camouflage against
I don't believe that people came from monkeys, or that life started with micro-organisms and worked its way up. I just don't see how
characteristics like gender could have evolved naturally.
Faeryland: I believe in the co-existence of God and Science.
As do I. I think God follows the rules of science, He just knows them a heck of a lot better than we do!
DontTreadOnMe: I simply don't know how anyone could look at the universe, the skies, the planets, the earth and all that is on it and not
believe something eternal and wondrous had a hand in it.
I'm a Mormon, and while I'm pretty sure DTOM is not, this is strikingly like a verse from the Book of Mormon:
Alma 30:44 (second half of the verse)
...all things denote there is a God; yea, even the earth, and all things
that are upon the face of it, yea, and its motion, yea, and also
all the planets which move in their regular form do witness that
there is a Supreme Creator.
I think that says it pretty well, at least from where my beliefs stand.