RE: Dover Outcome

From: Dick Fischer <>
Date: Tue Dec 20 2005 - 16:31:58 EST

Hi Moorad, you wrote:
Christians believe in a Creator. Is the Creator manifested in the
physical aspect of Nature? If so, how can we detect that interaction?
I see the glory of God in a beautiful sunset. That doesn't mean God
paints sunsets. I see God's glory in a snowflake, but I don't think God
stamps out snowflakes. I see God in anything and everything.
Evolution, however, is a process where if God interacts at all it has
proven thus far to be invisible.
Alternatively, is the existence of Jesus and His claims the only way to
arrive at a Creator?
The Israelites had the Old Testament and certainly believed in God.
Christ is the fulfillment of God's promise to redeem mankind, but God's
existence stands on its own.
On the other hand, must we appeal to other than the physical aspect of
Nature to arrive at a Creator?
A naturally-occurring universe teeming with living replicators is hard
to imagine without a push or a shove somewhere in the process, but once
the ball gets rolling natural processes offer a better explanation of
the end products than sporadic divine intervention, in my opinion.
Is there existence outside the purely physical?
The Bible says there is and from my personal experience there is.
~Dick Fischer~ Genesis Proclaimed Association
Finding Harmony in Bible, Science, and History
Received on Tue Dec 20 16:32:59 2005

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