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Evolutionary theory has apparently encouraged many people to separate themselves from God. Darwin and Dawkins and Templeton are some prominent examples. Part of our global mission is how we interact with science and culture within our own context, and how do we respond to it. So what is the best direction for us as Christians to pursue when we deal with this very volatile and pertinent issue, especially with non-Christians? 

As a starting point, I would insert a link here which shows how a half-dozen scientists who originally were raised in the evolutionary paradigm have been persuaded by the evidence that the evidence for evolution is lacking.  

Persuaded by the Evidence, Part I, Volume I Part I of Volume I in this series, Creation speaker Ian Juby interviews six scientists who abandoned the evolutionary dogma.

What do you think?


Norm, two short points.  Creation is often used for our present world or universe, as in "Creation Care", or caring for creation.  

That Jesus became human, and said he didn't know when the end of the world would come, is not evidence that he "forgot" or didn't understand how he participated in how it began.  

In keeping with the thought of His incarnation:

a joyful, safe, worshipful Christmas to you.

my deepest condolences to Americans presently grieving the tragedy at Sandy Hook.

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