>The point is is that the Bible (and it's author :-) ) is much more
>concerned with what we do and how we act, than what we know. To a large
>degree, the age of the earth is irrelevant to the living our daily lives.
> On the other hand, creation stewardship does affect everyday life.
How many have rejected the truth of the Bible because of what it says
about the environment? Do George Gaylord Simpson, Richard Dawkins,
Douglas Futuyama, Carl Sagan, Richard Leakey, et. al., have
anti-environmentalist counterparts teaching our college students to
pollute the water and air?
By all means discuss the issue, but there are some of us whose priorities
might hinge on whether we think it is more important to save souls or
animals and plants.
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