Let's not muddy things up with other religions.
I admit that there is a starlight problem with creationists. However, it's just as big a problem for materialists, so this isn't a rejection of science on a Christian's part, but adherence to another interpretation.
I'm making sure that everyone knows it is not just some Christian sects that attack science in general and Evolution for most in particular.
But that's the difference between me and you. I realize evolutionists have some good points, while you show a weakness in your view by not admitting any strong point what-so-ever in the creationist view even though we have some.
Such as what from the Creationist POV?
That the world, the universe is but a dream in a god's eye?
Or from any of these: http://www.magictail...ationlinks.html
creation tales? You see that I just don't accept the YEC account, I don't accept any of those accounts of creation.
This is poor form on your part to bring up a fringe movement that is roundly criticized by the mainstream.
But is exists and there are many Christians in the "mainstream", such as the Roman Catholic Church, The Anglicans, Methodists, Presbyterians and more who do accept Evolution and the god. To them, Christians who try to read a literal Bible are out of the "mainstream" as well.
No. And if there is, it would be the same poor form you showed in the immediately preceding quote.
Yet they exist and I point them out as to show that there are a lot of different versions out there.
First, there is no documentation on the mechanism used by evolution. As has been discussed before on this forum, there would be no evolution without mutations.
Actually there are: http://evolution.ber...echanisms.shtmlhttp://www.pbs.org/w...2/l_052_01.html
Now are these exhaustive? No. Do they cover everything that we see? No. Does that mean we stop and call it a failure because we couldn't do it when we wanted to? No.
Secondly, it has been the creationist view of degrading information that has given us better science concerning anti-biotic resistance than the evolutionary view that bacteria are evolving into a new body type.
Really. Can I see the research papers that hae been done on that?
Also, how does one specify information in the genome? How can one tell which has more information, an organism with 39 pairs or another with 23 pairs?