Christians who are theist evolutionists, why can't you admit evolution is a completely natural process and God had nothing to do with it?
Pyrus: "a contested idea" That's ridiculous. You don't know what you're talking about. You don't even know what a scientific theory is. Evolution is the strongest fact of science. A biologist would never write the nonsense you wrote.
Jea: "no Christianity, completely debunked by one scientific fact." Well done. I agree. Evolution kills Christianity and every other cult ever invented. Here in the 21st century, we don't need the Magic Man for anything.
Paul, your childish god fantasy didn't create anything. Grow up.
- JeaLv 77 days agoFavourite answer
Some religious claims are simply overwhelmed by reality. the evidence for evolution is irrefutable, it is a known process that undeniably happens.
Their problem comes from the fact that evolution negates their entire religion, no A&E, no "original sin", no christianity, completely debunked by one scientific fact.
The two will not mix, but the desperate theists try to mix it anyway. In vain.
- dumbLv 67 days ago
Evolution is baby play to God. God is way before anything we see or know even manifested itself.
- JohnLv 47 days ago
you cant have a "creation" and in that process "the creator had nothing to do with it". you simply cant its a non sequitor argument that doesnt hold water.
IF you are going to have a "beginning" coming from unknown events, THEN you can have events that are unrelated to a creator since the creator doesnt exist in that event.
you live too much in techology. to solve your issue leaping naked onto the pole would do. go ahead make do with nothing but your bare self and God. kk.
- PaulLv 77 days ago
Nothing to do with it, other than creating time, space, matter and energy, without which the universe would not exist, and neither would any of its many natural processes, including biological evolution. And, creating humans by giving us a spiritual natural and an immortal soul. Natural realities, like mountains, valleys, plants and animals can gradually evolve through solely natural means. But humans cannot, because we have both a biological nature, which could evolve, and a spiritual nature, which could not have come about through any natural process.
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- 7 days ago
Of course God has something to do with the natural, He created it.
- 7 days ago
Because things don't happen for no purpose or reason. Life does not spontaneously spring from lifelessness
(if I were a theist evolutionist)
- 7 days ago
The fact of evolution doesn't negate Gods.
Only if your faith is so pettily weak!
- 🤔 JayLv 77 days ago
Theistic Evolution is taught in Catholic College and Universities. They teach that at a certain point in the evolution of Man, God gave him a soul.
The Church accepted biological evolution in 1949.
It still scares the shyt out of the Fearful Faithful (Trade Mark pending).
- 7 days ago
Many Christians understand the natural world as well as how God entrusted us with it, and what we've done to it and to one another. We understand that without God, many unnatural things happen. (Otherwise, the ocean mammals wouldn't be confused about when to swim where because of plastic!) So, why won't non-Christians admit to the unnatural ways in which they behave?
- Larry CLv 77 days ago
Why would me admit lies, only the demonically controled are ignorant of the obvious truths.
- EddieJLv 77 days ago
Christians think God has something to do with everything. That's their belief.
Most accept evolution, but they still think God designed it to work that way.
They don't understand the concept of "completely natural".