Just out of pure curiosity (because I haven't heard that number before, not because I want to start a debate), why the number 15,000? Is there a particular creationist hypothesis that you're basing that on?I consider myself a middle earth person, while I believe the earth is more than 15,000 years old, I'm not sold on billions of years
Where do you consider yourself on that scale? Are you somewhere between that and billions, or are you on the higher end of the YEC numbers (about 10,000 or so)? (I swear I'm not picking on you, I've just never heard of "middle-earthers" and I'm interested in what you believe.)Oh my bad, I guess Young Earth Creationists believe it's 6-10,000 years old
Agreed... there have been Christians accepting evolution for as long as it's been around. This article treats it like it's a new and radical idea, when it really is old news.This isn't really news, just another person's take on it. While I don't share this view, it does have the useful effect of demonstrating that skepticism of Evolution need not be based on religion, since people are able to find a comfortable reconciliation between the two.
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