Creation, a historical and scientific truth?

I had a conversation with someone last night. He says to me, “So, don’t you believe in evolution? Couldn’t God just have set everything in motion and just been the cause of evolution? Couldn’t he have just “created” using the evolutionary process?”

I had to disagree. If you see my post: “Creation Science: Oxymoron” I talk a little about how the authority of God’s word is at stake here. If we can’t believe that God created the world in six literal days, then how can we believe that this same God then becomes a human being who then somehow mysteriously pays for our sin by his death on a cross, and then rose from the dead? How can we believe the message of salvation revealed to us in Scripture? The same Scripture that tells us God created… in no more than 6 days?

The Bible is the source of all truth. It is true historically, scientifically, geographically and in every other way you can think of.

Do you agree or disagree? Why or why not? Leave a response below!

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4 thoughts on “Creation, a historical and scientific truth?

  1. I agree a 100%. The Bible is indeed the source of all truth. I find that when I abide by its confines, I appear wiser than my years may allow. Besides we are told that ‘it is the inspired word of God!’
    Chidiwe

  2. Hi,

    I just received a Pingback from your blog. I thought I’d stop by.

    I concur, 100%! If it can’t be found in the Bible, I have to reject it! So glad you took a stand!

    Paulette

  3. amen! “Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God…”

  4. Pingback: Jurassic World, Dinosaurs, and the Bible | Daniel Lovett

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