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God & Darwin Can Co-exist

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Posted by frobertson on August 15, 2009 17:07:59 UTC

One Earth day is the time it takes the planet to revolve one complete time around its axis. What makes you think God measures his time by Earth days? If God is the creator of the entire universe he probably uses a different measurement of time than us mortals (like say billions of earth years).

The bible says in the beginning there was darkness and god created light.

Scientist say, in the beginning there was nothing and then a big bang.

The bible says humans were the last living things to arrive on earth. Darwin's theory of evolution says the same thing. First came, fish, the birds, then animals then man.

Its pretty crazy how some primitive tribal leaders could put together a story that resembled Darwin's theory so closely considering the story was written 3000-4000 years before darwin?

My point is science can not disprove God and God can not disprove science. The two CAN co-exist quite reasonably so long as you interpret the bible in the proper way. All of the stories in the bible are not meant to be taken literally.

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