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Genesis 2: Evolution or Creation

Introduction: Where does life come from?  Where does humanity come from?  These are the questions that we want to consider today.  The most common answer that we find in our Western context is—evolution.  Life evolved from a primordial soup.  Time plus chance equals everything we see today.  Through a series of mutational jumps certain mutations proved advantageous, then by the process of natural selection, those with these advantageous mutations survived to produce offspring who perpetuated these characteristics.  Thumbs, eyes, walking upright, no tails, etc. are the results of the process of evolution. All that we are as human beings is...

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The Argument From Desire

Introduction: We have been looking at the traditional arguments for God such the moral argument, the ontological, the cosmological, and the teleological argument for God. However, we have not been using them in the traditional way. The traditional way built upon Catholic or Arminian notions of man’s depravity makes it appear as if man’s mind is neutral before obvious facts, and that man can reason himself into believing in God. We have disagreed with this from the start. We have insisted that man’s sin makes him unable to be neutral or willing to believe what is present to be...

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