I believe that God is the ultimate creator and that the theory of evolution provides a scientific explanation for the emergence of life, that the theological interpretations of origins can embrace the evolutionary outlook and that acceptance of evolution is compatible with the Christian faith.
It's pretty evident that evolution exists otherwise the tallest humans would still be around five foot tall and we would still have short necked giraffes. There are millions of examples of evolution in nature so it's pretty tough to ignore.
Evolution happened. To believe otherwise is to give yourself over to unbelievable myths. The notion that the earth and all the universe was instantly created about 6000 years ago is an incredibly naive and ignorant one. It is the stuff of fairy tales.
I don't care if this is because of religion vs science but evolution it does exist. every single second all living things are adapting the changing environment. If we really came from the monkey that is other topic.
Evolutionary theory may well be the single greatest advance in human understanding to date.It's implications go far beyond the biological realm. Defenders of the status quo fear & loathe it for more reasons than the blow to their vanity that "descending from apes" gave them. It also contradicts their traditional claim that society is structured the way it is (and always has been, always will be so) because God willed it so.and that any attempts to change things is therefore a rebellion against Gods' will.
Seems a likely theory to me, I like the idea, but you can't evolve until life has been created. if god chose to start small and bring us along slowly, he could certainly do that if he wanted to.it makes so much more sense than Adam and Eve . science is gods idea also.!!!
Chill people. Evolution was witnessed not made up. Somehow, somewhere, someone was a little not too scared to get out and collect some samples and realize that wait a minute; things are changing. It DOES have tons and tons of documented evidence for support. If you don't believe me, just google it. Or is that also a part of a worldwide conspiracy that is taken place against the book?
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I believe humans have been around about 250,000 years. We did not evolve from apes, hence the missing link between what is clearly an ape and Heidelbergensis which is clearly human. Way too much of a gap.
It is real in fact scientist have found a fossil of a animal with lemur like features however it was 4700000000 years old and it had thumbs like us just the right angle to hold thing like monkeys can so id say we gain more proof of evolution over the year to one day we find hardcore proof to learn we humans come from a lower species in ancient times.
on a microscopic level, true. On a macroscopic level, it's wrong. There's so many things that are wrong with evolution... People don't believe in Darwin's version of evolution anymore, btw. It's been disproved time and time again