In this issue . . .
Q: Was Darwin a God-hater?
A: Darwin was both a product of his times and his own man. Like all of us, he was trying to make sense of his world. Yet true knowledge of the world begins by trusting God and His Word. Unfortunately, our nature is to rebel against our loving Creator.
“For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Savior, who desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.” —1 Timothy 2:3–4
Darwin the God-hater, bent on overturning Christian culture: this is how many Christians view Charles Darwin. But let’s dig a little deeper.
Actually this is easy to do because Darwin kept a personal diary from an early age until his death. When we dig, we find not a satanic ogre but an intellectual who embodied the many contradictions and conflicts prevalent in the British culture of Victorian England—a man like any other, a man whom God wanted to save. Even secular biographies unwittingly shout, “God pursued Darwin.”
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News to Note Quick Look
The “magic box” of evolution: A grape-sized cell inching along the ocean floor may be one of the world’s “oldest” living fossils. Read more.
Hiding his creation credentials: 2009 marks the anniversary of the birth of one of the greatest scientists of all time. Read more.
Also: Charlie who?; worm glue to ease your pain; would they even want to come back?; we’e quite skeptical, actually; and as if they weren’t close enough already! Read more.
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