Re: Evolution: A few questions

From: Michael Roberts <>
Date: Mon Jun 21 2004 - 02:52:01 EDT

 This being so, I can surely put the same question to
> you: why would God have to work out a series of intermediate creatures
> leading up to the current forms?

Whether God had to do it this way I do not know, but those in the early 19th
century who worked out the fossil succession from first and
anti-evolutionary principles found that there was a long succession over a
long time.

 Why all the carnage over a vast period of
> time? Is our God incapable of creating all living forms, together with
> represented in the fossil record, simultaneously, in one mighty operation?

Of course He could have done, but he didn't as the whole geological
timescale and fossil record shows -unless of course God is a con-man and
liar decieving all thsoe honest Chrsitan geollogists.
> In the Scriptures, God has revealed what actually happened way back.

I take from this that you mean early Genesis is true literal history, if it
must be taken literally then you mist beleive the earth is flat as well.
 He can
> hardly be held responsible for the errors of those who have chosen to
> disbelieve.

Here again you are on your super-spiritual bandwagon. you can give no
argument against the fossil record over geological time so all who accept it
are disbeleivers.

As usual we go round in circles.

Received on Mon Jun 21 05:33:11 2004

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