Speaking of GA's ...

Howard Blakesley hblake at lsumc.edu
Fri Sep 6 12:20:23 EST 1996

Brett Phillips wrote:
> I am not sure that I fit into this group of people, but I often listen in
> on the arguements.  I am not ashamed to say that I believe in Creation,
> why should I be?  Is it wrong to have faith in something unprovable?  If I
> thought that evolution was a viable explaination to mine/our existence,
> then I would question my faith.  So far my [unbiased] studies have
> revealed insufficient evidence to shake the foundations on which I base my
> faith.
> Evolution certainly has some valid science and very logical points, and I
> don't deny that evolution evolution could take place.  Though I personally
> believe that in our case, it didn't.

Ok, I don't see that evolution and creation are mutually exclusive. I
believe that someone has already pointed this out. They are only
mutually exclusive when a "belief" dogmatically excludes the other.
Why couldn't there have been a creation of "protolife" that then evolved
to where we are now? 
Howard Blakesley

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