Religion and evolution

January 16, 2007 1:09pm CST
Religion and evolution Here's a question I've been thinking about for some time:If you're a Christian and you literally believe the Bible, the world should exist only a few thousands years, it should have been created in one week and have started with Adam and Eve etc. Some time ago I was in a museum where the billion years of history from the beginning of the world until now were described, with the evolution processes and the geology of the different stages. I realised that the whole exhibition should be untrue if you believe the Bible. But why would God have created the world with this enormous 'fake' history?
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@ronaldinu (12445)
• Malta
16 Jan 07
The Bible is a book about God and delivers God's word to mankind. That's what we have to search in it. Trying to find explanation for science truths would not lead us to anywhere. I believe that the Bible is God's truth but regarding God's message to manking. As a christian I am free to believe whatever scientific truth I deem right. Darwin's theory about evolution makes a lot of sense to me. As a christian i can believe in this theory and there is no contradiction.