How come (some) Christians don’t accept “The Theory of Evolution”?
Basically, there’s no reason why it wouldn’t fit into the descriptions of God creating the world (Genesis).
“Great numbers of birds and sea creatures. God blessed them and said, “Be fruitful and increase in number and fill the water in the seas, and let the birds increase on the earth.”" (Genesis 1:20-23)
“Vast numbers of land animals. Man. From the man, woman.” (Genesis 1:24-31)
Couldn’t God have created evolution on the sixth day as well, which, in effect, created the animals and man? Couldn’t it be from the animals, man. From the man, woman? and then after humans were created/evolved enough on Earth, God took Adam and Eve up to heaven and gave them a higher intelligence and taught them about morals and such?
It doesn’t exactly state that God created the animals seperate from the humans – in fact, the animals came before the humans, but in the same day, which makes them even more interrelated.
Humans are just “land animals” anyway…
A few people have been having a go at my personal beliefs and opinions.
I really didn’t include that in my post at all and my question relates to why there’s such a rift between Christianity and Evolution when they can both co-exist without many direct conflicts with one another (particularly in reference to the bible) – not a debate about which is “real” or “not real”.
Thanks for all the people that undertstand that my question is merely an observation and question, not an opinion.
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