Creation


Does Genesis state that the sky, or firmament, was made of metal? The question has had people talking for years. If we think of the firmament as something strong and solid, we can see it that way by understanding...

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We had an inquiry from someone who is reading Genesis for Ordinary People who said, they’d been told that God would not use evolution to create life because it involved mistakes and God doesn’t make any mistakes. There’s no law to evolution, it’s a random chance thing and God doesn’t use random chance. God, they were told, can make things in a flash. Ping, and there’s a pig etc."

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Many Christians alive today seem willing to embrace the fact that science allows us to see more of God's word and work. Perhaps we have learned from the mistakes of Christians in the medieval church when they held onto their interpretation of the Scriptures saying that the Sun travels around the earth (geocentricity).

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With such an explosion of verifiable modern discoveries about the past how can Genesis keep up, surely it has been made redundant?

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So Genesis chapter 1 actually supports what science has been telling us for a long time - Humans came at the end of a long line of living creatures! If that is so why do some people still say that science is wrong and that God made man instantly?

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I believe the Bible but I’m struggling with the order of creation. At college we’re told about the Cambrian explosion and how plant life seemed to emerge at a similar time, what’s up?

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1 Corinthians 11:7-9 says, ‘A man ought not to cover his head, since he is the image and glory of God; but woman is the glory of man. For man did not come from woman, but woman from man; neither was man created for woman, but woman for man.' That’s pretty conclusive isn’t it? Women came from a man, so evolution has no place in the Word of God!

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John said, "What about the missing link?"

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In the book there's a point about different ways of looking at people being made from dust, one of which is that our food comes from the soil and dust of planet earth, we eat the food, the food becomes us, so we come from dust too. Okay, but what about when we eat fish? Fish eat other fish!

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Ken said, "The eye couldn’t have evolved because it needs all its parts to function, and scientists have no answer for that?"

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