JLSatty at AOL.COM
Fri Mar 6 20:10:26 PST 1998
In a message dated 98-03-06 18:04:51 EST, Jim Maule wrote:
This question got me to thinking that evolution and creationism
aren't necessarily conflicted. Creationism provides the WHO and the
WHY (which science doesn't purport to answer) and evolution describes
the HOW. The difficulties begin when those who literally interpret
Scripture as part of their theological belief system consider
evolution to be a HOW that conflicts with the POOF notion.
Some scientists don't like the idea of an answer not
provided/providable by science coming from a theological source and
some believers/theologians don't like the idea of a science that
provides an answer clearly in conflict with literal readings of
I seem to recall reading a statement in the writings of Albert Einstein about
his religious beliefs which I can only paraphrase as:
" I can explain everything there is down to the explosion of an atom of
hydrogen. When I can explain where the atom of hydrogen came from, I will be
I think he believed in evolution too.
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