RE: How to encourage a former creationist to persevere in faith?

From: Alexanian, Moorad <>
Date: Thu Aug 18 2005 - 17:43:23 EDT

I wished there was a better way to phrase these questions. Is a person a creationist if he/she believes in a Creator? Most of us have one foot on the Bible and the other foot on the Book of Nature. I do not think it is hard to keep a levelheaded balance. However, believing in evolution is the problem because one has to "believe." No physicist or cosmologist would say that he/she believes in the Big Bang. If it is indeed a belief, I find it hard to place it on the same level as believing in a Creator.




From: on behalf of Iain Strachan
Sent: Thu 8/18/2005 4:43 PM
To: asa
Subject: How to encourage a former creationist to persevere in faith?

I'd welcome peoples' opinions.

I've a friend who was once a creationist, but now no longer so, and
accepts evolution. However, she says that now, as an evolutionist,
she finds it harder to persevere in her faith, as evolution "somehow
weakens God" in her mind.

How would people on the list approach this and encourage said person
to persevere and not to lose faith?


There are 3 types of people in the world.
Those who can count and those who can't.
Received on Thu Aug 18 17:44:41 2005

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