Thursday, June 5, 2008

Christian Evolution??

I have had a few discussions with people who claim to be "Christian Evolutionists". They say that they believe in God's Word, but that they do not take the creation account literally. They believe some amalgamation of it. Something like, God may have set the world in motion, but that it is not possible that He created this whole world in seven literal days and that seven days represents seven vast periods of time (like millions or even billions of years) But Psalm 33:6 says: By the word of the Lord were the heavens made; and all the host of them by the breath of His mouth. and verse 9 goes on to say: For He spake, and it was done; He commanded, and it stood fast.

My devotional reading for this morning reassures me of the thought that you cannot believe both theories. You must in fact choose because they are contradictory. The Word declares that the wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23) and the passage that seals it for me is found in Romans 5:12: Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned.

This passage of scripture suggest that death entered this world by sin, which would mean that before sin, there was no death. So the dinosaurs could not have lived and died millions of years before people came on the scene. If you accept the fact that the dinosaurs died before humans existed, then you must reject Paul's writings.

I invite you to choose an all Powerful God that hung the stars in space. Stars that are larger than the distance from the earth to the sun (93 million miles). This same God can speak a transforming word into your life and give you life anew. Are you tired of the same ol' same ol'?? Choose God today. He is waiting to speak a change in you!!


  1. I don't understand Christian Evolutionists' view point. To take only part of the word and disregarding the rest is not believing the word of God at all. You can't take bits and pieces and make it your own. The word is as the word stands.

  2. Kysha,

    Agreed, but I guess you would have to read the Word to know what it says and be able to take a stand against or for it. It's sad to say, but a lot of people that claim to be Christians, haven't read to know what they believe.


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