posted on Jan, 31 2013 @ 01:24 PM
Originally posted by ObservingTheWorld
Okay, I want to look at this from the creationist point of view. The Earth was created 6,000 years ago. On the sixth day of creation, Adam and Eve
were brought into existence. From these two individuals we have all of mankind. So, exactly which race were Adam and Eve?
When we look at the world today, how many different races do we have that are visibly and genetically different? There are Caucasian, African, Middle
Eastern, Indian, Asian, Polynesian, Native American and many others. If everyone is descended from two individuals, how do we have such a wide
diversity of people? Since evolution or 'change over time' does not exist, were there more than one set of Adam and Eve, one for each race?
Just explain how this is not change over time happening within our own species.
Are you're assuming that all people who believe in God and the fact that God had a strong hand in developing the Human Race (and all other
species/animal races, for that matter) also believe that the World is only 6,000 years old and also believe in the story of Adam and Eve as a literal
If so, you are not very familiar with what you are talking about. Or, more so, whom
you are talking about. I'm sure some radical
fundamentalists believe all of that verbatim, but a vast majority do not.
I'm not saying I know exactly how the world, the universe, and the human race was created. But I do not believe in 'evolution' in the sense that
evolved from a single cell emerging from the ocean over billions of years. Nor do I believe that the World was created 6,000 years
ago and Adam and Eve popped out of thin air.
There is much more to it than your argument. It's not as simple and generalized as you imagine.
For the record, God IS nature. God IS science. God IS energy. God IS vibration. God IS constant change as well as constant perfection. God IS within
us. God IS love.
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