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Gallup: 40% of Americans
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Posted By: M2, 7/27/2019 7:17:11 AM

A survey released today shows that 40% of American adults believe in creationism, that "God created them in their present form within roughly the past 10,000 years," reported Gallup. For comparison, only 22% of adults believe mankind developed over millions of years from less advanced forms of life and that God had no part in the process. On a related note, the survey found that 33% believe human beings developed from simple life forms with God's help over millions of years.

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"...with God’s help"? God doesn’t need any help. He managed perfectly well on his own with the Big Bang. He is the Big Banger.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: franq 7/27/2019 7:29:49 AM (No. 135035)
Ponder eternity. No beginning. No end. Then ponder existence. Look at the way life functions. If that doesn't bring you to God, nothing will.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: BarryNo 7/27/2019 8:22:52 AM (No. 135077)
Science discovers how something happened. Religion explains why something happened. The two concepts do not intersect. Try explaining rocket science to someone who has barely discovered fire. He/she may be just as smart as you, but you lack common references. The Judeo-Christian Bible is full of allegory. Some sections are purely historical records, some not. Other religions, from translations, also seem to employ this concept. I believe God created everything, that God still creates, and that humanity is a special creation of God. I believe that Jesus Christ is my savior. My lack of belief in the 10,000 year creation timeline does not, to me contradict anything in the Bible. I can't help it if people try to make the Bible what it isn't (a science text) anymore than I can help if people try to turn science into a religion (secular humanists). God is Spirit and creation. Science is Flesh and observation. Don't get them confused.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 7/27/2019 8:40:42 AM (No. 135090)
And the other 38% believe in utopianism and obeyance to the State.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Timber Queen 7/27/2019 8:42:31 AM (No. 135093)
After all these decades of publik skool education, the "progressives" have only 22% of adults believing their "No God" evolution theory. I would imagine they are mostly young millennials who have yet to experience a sudden job loss, a sick child or the death of a parent. Life has a way of drawing one to the Creator of that life for purpose and meaning. As Bishop Fulton Sheen would say, "Life is worth living!"
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 7/27/2019 8:49:53 AM (No. 135100)
And the evening and the morning were the first day. Genesis 1:5 And the evening and the morning were the second day. Genesis 1:8 And the evening and the morning were the third day. Genesis 1:13 And the evening and the morning were the fourth day. Genesis 1:19 And the evening and the morning were the fifth day. Genesis 1:23 And the evening and the morning were the sixth day. Genesis 1:31 For in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is in them. Exodus 20:11 Everyone has to decide which book they will put their trust in. It saddens me that so many Christians choose a science book that changes every few years, over their Bible that never changes.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: msjena 7/27/2019 8:53:56 AM (No. 135102)
Has anyone explained how life on earth began? Or how matter can exist for billions of years when current observations of the physical world show everything degrading over time? It takes just as much faith to believe the world came into existence on its own as it does to believe that God created the universe.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: ARKfamily 7/27/2019 9:05:06 AM (No. 135108)
I am reading the Life Application Study Bible from beginning to end. I have read several Bibles before the Life Application Study Bible but this one has made all the difference in my life. Try it out!
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Reply 8 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 7/27/2019 9:14:17 AM (No. 135118)
Look at the complexity of life. Look at the complexity of the universe. Do they look like the products of random chance? No. There is a design, which means there is a designer and creator. By definition that designer and creator is God. What is that God like? Where is God? Why did God create life? Why did God create humanity? What does God expect from us? That's where religion comes in. Religion tries to answer those questions, and more. Each religion is different. Some are more believable than others even though all say they are divinely inspired. Each religion is exclusive meaning only they are correct in explaining things. They cannot all be correct. Did God create everything only 10,000 years ago? The archeological record of the entire planet disputes that. The 10,000 year timeline exists to disprove evolution. Some people use evolution to disprove the existence of God. Personally, I believe God and evolution can exist together. How do we know evolution isn't a tool of God? Is it possible that God uses evolution on some forms of life to change them? God is real. God exists. God is still at work. God wants us to know that God exists. God speaks to us in our thoughts. You have questions? Go ahead and ask them in the privacy of your thoughts. God will answer your thoughts. There will be answers.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Catfur27 7/27/2019 9:16:49 AM (No. 135121)
..if you have an open mind...watch Ancient Aliens ...the most thought-provoking show on TV ... ( the earlier shows are great...the past 3 years they've pretty much been "re-cycling" them as they've apparently run out of content need to fill a one hour show every week)
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Reply 10 - Posted by: padiva 7/27/2019 9:35:46 AM (No. 135142)
Deuteronomy 29:29a 'The secret things belong to the Lord our God,' We don't know all the pieces of the Gd puzzle. Some pieces have been revealed. We best not guess, imagine or 'assume' any conclusions about the unknown pieces.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: hammondb3 7/27/2019 9:37:17 AM (No. 135144)
I believe that God created the heavens and the earth, all life, and that man was created as a special being above all other animals with the faculties to know God. Man is a spiritual creature unlike the rest of the living world. However, I do NOT believe in a 10,000 year old universe. People like Ken Ham have done damage to the faith by their insistence that a 'young earth' model be accepted. Frankly, if the expanses of the known and observable Universe were created 10,000 years ago, then the astronomical events that, by looking at the evidence, happened billions of years ago, that makes God out to be a deceiver. If there is a dust cloud from a supernova that the physical evidence points to an event 20 million years ago (judging from the size of the cloud and its rate of expansion) then the evidence is true. That would mean the event took place long before Ham's personal universe could have existed. Also, a 10,000 year old Universe makes God small. If the Universe is a creation designed to reflect His character through the mind-boggling scale of time and space - then a 10,000 year old Universe is like Truman swimming out into the ocean and finding where sky meets horizon. Ie., in my heart of hearts, I believe that the young earth model is a sham. Choose to believe it if you will, but God has a lot of explaining to do because He sure made it to LOOK like it is about 18 billion years old.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: hammondb3 7/27/2019 9:39:04 AM (No. 135152)
Addendum to my post above... Age of Universe around 18 billion years old. Earth would be in the 4 billion range.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: davew 7/27/2019 9:53:18 AM (No. 135172)
Both Creationism and the theory of Natural Selection are ultimately stories that we construct to provide causal explanations of what we experience as conscious beings. Since there is no way to go back in time and observe how life actually began we have to use the tools of induction and reason to put together a story that is logically consistent with what we know now. The real question is not whether these stories are provably true but whether they are useful. If I am trying to understand how cancer cells in the body can evade the immune system by mutation and adaptation or how antibiotics lose their effectiveness to kill bacteria with repeated use then the natural selection story is more useful to me. If I am trying to understand and cope with my inevitable death and that of everyone I know than a belief in a divine cause can add meaning to this realization and reduce my suffering. I don't try to convince people what is true for me anymore since I have come to appreciate how each individual consciousness has its own mechanisms for modelling and simplifying the complexity of experience.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: bigfatslob 7/27/2019 9:56:22 AM (No. 135179)
I can't debate the age of the universe or the beginning of man. It's only other men like myself researching and assuming that's why I take it with a grain of salt. I believe in God so I guess that's 'creationism', I don't know if it was 10,000 years but I do know it was 1948 to be exact. God gave man 'free will' and some like democrats knowing history of past events gave us some awful people who made bad choices.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: EaglePaul 7/27/2019 10:00:07 AM (No. 135184)
Some people seem to believe the preposterous idea that an amoeba spontaneously appeared on Earth, and over time sprouted eyes and lungs and legs and, over time, evolved into a giraffe.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: tisHimself 7/27/2019 10:03:28 AM (No. 135189)
Either God created man or man created God. Natural law. It’s a thing.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: TexaTucky 7/27/2019 10:06:18 AM (No. 135194)
My fervent belief is that the deck chair should be moved a full quarter inch to the right.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: davew 7/27/2019 12:15:57 PM (No. 135325)
"...Some people seem to believe the preposterous idea that an amoeba spontaneously appeared on Earth, and over time sprouted eyes and lungs and legs and, over time, evolved into a giraffe." Yet they all share the same fundamental DNA and RNA structures that control cell growth and generate all the different proteins that make eyes and lungs and giraffes. Phylogenetic history is written in our genes and is the true book of life.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: columba 7/27/2019 5:56:53 PM (No. 135637)
Recently I read that hundreds of scientists reject Darwin for one same reason: The Darwin theory has no link whatsoever between life forms that have no male and female AND life forms that have male and female.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: LadyChurchillUSA 7/30/2019 6:59:21 AM (No. 137716)
So over 70% of Americans know that there is a God and he had a hand in their creation. Well that is a hopeful sign at least. I feel sorry for the others but hey if you want to think you are a slug in the universe that is your prerogative, I prefer to think I are a special creation of an Almighty, who gave me the free will to either acknowledge Him or not.
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