I am convinced that a God exists and question macro evolution. Am I on one track to becoming a Christian?
- 6 months agoFavorite Answer
To be a Christian is to believe in, trust, and follow Christ and repent of any sinful ways. That is it.
Questioning macro-evolution is scientific thinking.
Macro evolution does not work with DNA and chromosomes.
- capitalgentlemanLv 76 months ago
As long as you talk about "macro" evolution, you might be a confused Christian, at best.
- choko_canyonLv 76 months ago
As long as you keep posting this crap anonymously, yes you are.
- DocLv 66 months ago
Just go with the full frontal lobotomy. Why waste time.
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- ✞ 2 ...hunterLv 76 months ago
Do you think you are?
- Anonymous6 months ago
Doubt ALL Evolutionism.
Micro, macro, tomato, potato.
Magic transfigurations from Harry Potter are magic and don't exist in reality.
Recreate a man becoming a monkey then I'll believe in Evolutionism.
Darwin recanted on his deathbed and piltdown man has been proven a hoax.
The Grand Canyon proves an enormous global flood of the height of mountains.
- 6 months ago
Bless you, my child.
- JakeLv 66 months ago
Jesus exists and is God. A person can know these things with certainty by reciting the rosary each day with care.
- 6 months ago
I'm so glad that you question it, that's the first step to understanding it. Please do research on it, you can start with wikipedia. Understand what science actually says evolution is, and if you question any method or piece or type of evidence, you can look more into that once you understand what it is.
- EddieJLv 76 months ago
No, you still have to accept the totally bizarre Jesus story.