Re: Fall of evolved man
Bill Payne (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 05 Nov 1997 18:30:25 -0600
Karen G. Jensen wrote:
> Gordon Tisher wrote:
> >It has always struck me funny how people insist on rabbit-out-of-hat
> >creation of the entire Universe, but recognize the use of "natural"
> >processes in the creation of individual humans. I don't see no knitting
> >needles in there, do you?
> It is interesting that Job 10:11 says:
> "You clothed me with skin and flesh,
> and knitted me together with bones and sinews...
> and Psalm 139:13
> "You have possessed my inward parts;
> you wove me in the womb of my mother"
> Yes, He does "knit" each one of us, and the branching of each plant, and
> each feather that covers each bird.... As Paul noted, "In Him we live, and
> move and have our being." (Acts 17:28)
Glenn Morton has shown that there isn't enough info in DNA to specify
the wiring of the brain, yet we are wired to work in the abstract world
of language. I tend to draw a different conclusion from Glenn and Gordon
though; I see the gap between information and the final product as
indirect evidence of those "knitting needles."