Saturday, November 9, 2013

Theistic evolution


In the battle of evolution, I say we do not come from monkeys.
I point to the first Tetrapods.
http://0.tqn.com/d/dinosaurs/1/0/M/G/-/-/ichthyostegaWC.jpg

Or something from that time. We all where not there to see it.
Although I have things that makes me wonder.
http://walmartramen.blogspot.com/2013/11/my-past-life-memory-really.html

That does not mean there is no god. If you been there you know better.
http://walmartramen.blogspot.com/2013/11/this-story-is-not-to-creep-you-out.html

I have always said it as the snowball going down the hill,
as in god might of started it down the hill then it gets bigger from there.

"Theistic evolution or evolutionary creation is a concept that asserts that classical religious teachings about God are compatible with the modern scientific understanding about biological evolution. In short, theistic evolutionists believe that there is a God, that God is the creator of the material universe and (by consequence) all life within, and that biological evolution is simply a natural process within that creation. Evolution, according to this view, is simply a tool that God employed to develop human life. According to the American Scientific Affiliation:"

"Theistic evolution is not a scientific theory, but a particular view about how the science of evolution relates to religious belief and interpretation. Theistic evolution supporters can be seen as one of the groups who reject the conflict thesis regarding the relationship between religion and science – that is, they hold that religious teachings about creation and scientific theories of evolution need not contradict. Proponents of this view are sometimes described as Christian Darwinists."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theistic_evolution

On the "Theisticevolution" website more information is given also.

"Those who subscribe to the literal interpretation of the first Genesis creation account and thus support a 7 day creation are generally known as Creationists. Those who subscribe to natural science and thus support an absolute randomized evolutionary process are generally known as Evolutionists.

Between the outspokenness of both extremist groups and the focus of the coverage of the media on these two groups, it is understandable as to why many people believe that there are only two positions that exist in regard to the creation/evolution controversy. However, there is a small variety of positions that would best be described as being middle ground between the two extreme positions.

The point of this web site is to provide an explanation of the middle ground known as Theistic Evolution, as well as why it is a rational theory. An examination of both the theological and scientific perspectives are provided, as well as resources for further research on the topic.

The controversy never should have made it to a scientific level. The crux of the creation/evolution controversy is a literary interpretation and genre-recognition issue: a hermeneutical dilemma.

More details can be located on the Literary Genre page, but suffice it to say here that Genesis chapter one carries within it a deeper meaning than what a literal interpretation can produce. The text was written as a response to the existence of neighboring viewpoints on origins, as opposed to a play-by-play documentary on how God might have created."

Hopefully from a theological perspective within this site you will gain an understanding of the ancient Hebrew culture, the role that analogy played in that culture, as well as an understanding of the role played by the Egyptians and Assyrians in the Genesis creation accounts."
http://www.theisticevolution.org

We are to be a thinking man!

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