christians others,, even LDS, are there anyone that believe in evolution!?
- NousLv 74 weeks ago
Pope Francis says the theories of evolution and the Big Bang are real and God is not “a magician with a magic wand” putting an end to the “pseudo theories” of creationism and intelligent design! So the Catholic Church, Church of England and mainstream churches all accept the big bang and evolution!
Lord Carey the former Archbishop of Canterbury put it rather well – “Creationism is the fruit of a fundamentalist approach to scripture, ignoring scholarship and critical learning, and confusing different understandings of truth”!
Christian Fundamentalist is a complete contradiction in terms!
CHRISTIAN – A follower or believer in Jesus.
FUNDAMENTALIST One who believes the Bible is literally true and must be followed exactly.
Therefore they are followers of the bible and not Jesus making them non Christians!
But worse is to follow it also makes them ideologists.
IDEOLOGY An idea that is false or held for the wrong reasons but is believed with such conviction as to be irrefutable.
So Christians have a loving and forgiving god and fundamentalist - well - Just are not Christians!
- PaulLv 64 weeks ago
Jesus Christ founded one Church, said it was to remain one, and promised that one Church the fullness of God's truth until the end of time. As a result of that divine guarantee of truth, the teaching of that one Church (which includes well over half of all Christians) never conflicts with natural truths revealed by science, like biological evolution. Truth cannot conflict with truth.
- JakeLv 61 month ago
Catholicism is the One True Faith and a person can know this with certainty by reciting the rosary every day with care. Doing so is an excellent way to know many truths about creation and evolution as well.
- PubliusLv 71 month ago
There are many people who thoughtlessly accept atheistic evolution. That doesn't change anything. The trends of atheistic evolution are to weakness, disease, and death. Only one mutation in 100 is even weakly beneficial. Half are fatal. The evidence supports theistic evolution. They support creation spanning billions of years. They just aren't there for atheistic evolution or young-earth creationism.
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- Jim VLv 71 month ago
That would depend on what you mean by "evolution".
If you mean:
- Natural Selection. No problem
- Adaptation of species. no problem
- microbial gene variation. no problem
- even speciation. no problem
IF you mean natural abiogenesis - no ... and there is no natural pathway to produce the basic genetic information for even the "most simple" life form.
Life is not just a "magic" combination of molecules.
There is not even a natural pathway to sort amino acids for chirality ("handedness" for those who don't know the word), let alone assemble them into a level one protein chain.
IF you mean that Evolution can provide the necessary natural processes to move a microbe (LUCA) to a mammal, or even a human; again - no.
- 1 month ago
We aren't bodies. We are Spirit. That's what I believe.
Bodies don't make you what you are.
- HindusufiLv 71 month ago
That's 'is there anyone', the word are doesn't fit.
- nineteenthlyLv 71 month ago
Yes, I'm Christian and believe in evolution.
- 1 month ago
The fact that there is not nearly enough evidence to sustain a "Belief" is beside the point
God has said how and when he did it
- Gus DihnLv 61 month ago
Most Christians around the world realize evolution is proven to be fact. It's mostly just fundy ignoramuses that deny that.