If you believe in god, how do feel about evolution?

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  1. levicolemagic profile image67
    levicolemagicposted 4 years ago

    If you believe in god, how do feel about evolution?

  2. lone77star profile image84
    lone77starposted 4 years ago

    God created physical law. Science studies the products of God's creation. Evolution is a result of physical laws.


    The Bible was written in code by Kabbalists, so most people (atheists and believers alike) don't understand what is written there.

    I suspect that there is a great deal more that we need to learn about evolution. I also suspect, because of both scientific and biblical evidence, that Homo sapiens may have been created whole cloth after all (grown in an alien/angel laboratory, created from nothing or by some other, as yet unimagined process).

    1. levicolemagic profile image67
      levicolemagicposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Umm...thanks for your response.

    2. RocketCityWriter profile image84
      RocketCityWriterposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      What are your thoughts on other species in the Homo genus? If Homo Sapiens was created whole cloth, how do you reason with the existence of these other species that are so closely genetically related?

    3. levicolemagic profile image67
      levicolemagicposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      It's ok, I was lost at bible code.

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    IslamWashiaposted 4 years ago

    All theories of evolution are about some changes that happen in some species, which lead to changes in these species, and these theories didn’t cover all the changes, only a few, but there is no biological clear theory about the creation of life.

    About Charles Darwin book, the origin of species, you can read the reviews for these scientists
    1-    The German scientist France Weinberg
    2-    Kenneth Oakley from British museum
    3-    Frank March and his book Evolution or special creation

    1. levicolemagic profile image67
      levicolemagicposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for your Answer. Yes, when Charles Darwin wrote his book over a hundred years ago, it was still in it's infancy. Now evolution can account for most changes as well as theorize on others that have shown to be true.  It's not bad science.


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