Easter and Good Friday: questions and answers – creation.com



Round squares biologos – creation.com


Biologos stumbling and fumbling again, how they do not see the inconsequence of their thinking is beyond me. If dead and suffering are part of the creation process, as they believe, how can God be good? 

I seldom meet people who think dead and disease are good yet they can say that as it happens in nature, it is just part of nature, implied it is just so and still think live is beautiful,  how do they not see this is broken and thus part if the fallen nature of the world.

For If dead and suffering was simply nature as it is, then death and suffering of your loved ones is what? Plain bad luck? A good God turning his back on his creation?      This article is again a good rebuttal of such thoughts.       

It is about worldview


Mark Harrison, a geologist from UCLA, admitted that the evolutionary model of how the earth was formed is based upon a worldview and not evidence. He said,

There is absolutely not a single scrap of observational evidence that requires that scenario ever took place. We as a scientific community created an origin myth that has no more intellectual value than 1 Genesis [sic]. . . . Although we’re very quick to criticize those that operate on faith, that’s exactly what we did.