>Responding to my overview-comment about "human creation",
>"Each position can (and should) propose the creation of humans with a
>"spiritual connection" that allows a spiritual relationship between
>humans and God." Dick Fischer says,
>>For one who believes in the evolution of humans from other higher
>>primate (according to God's plan), how would you define "creation?"
>Maybe God can communicate in any way He wants with any creature, and no
>"special connection" is needed for humans, just a "special use of the
>connection" by God. Is this what you meant, Dick? If so, I would not
>disagree. (I wouldn't claim it was correct or incorrect; either way seems
I think most would interpret the term "human creation" to mean "special
creation" that would be sans ancestors. That's all I meant. Nearly all
of us believe God created the universe, but many of us resist the label
"creationist" due to the public perception of what that means.
Dick Fischer, The Origins Solution - http://www.orisol.com
"The answer we should have known about 150 years ago."