In this issue . . .
A: Although believing in a young earth is not essential for salvation, it is critical to properly understanding the character of our Creator. Why? Because the God revealed in Scripture created a perfect world, a world with no death, suffering, or disease. Yet to believe He used evolution is to deny that God created a perfect universe, perfect world, and a perfect first man and woman.
Genesis 1:31 states that everything God made was “very good.” Since 1 Corinthians 15:26 calls death the “last enemy” that will be destroyed, how could we possibly think God called death very good? Why did Jesus heal the sick and raise the dead if sicknesses and death are very good?
If God used evolution, then it logically follows that death and disease were His doing rather than ours, and Jesus would have been sent to cover God’s mistakes. This is not an accurate description of the God of the Bible.
Read more key reasons why an old earth contradicts the character of the biblical God.
Your beliefs about Genesis do matter. Every major doctrine is founded in its first 11 chapters. Discover the Relevance of Genesis as AiG President Ken Ham passionately shares from Scripture, comments on recent news, and addresses today’s most pressing issues in this DVD from the new Ken Ham Foundations series.
Flower power: Pollinating bees prefer the same colors on any continent.
Whose hands?: Cave art in Spain is changing the way evolutionary anthropologists see Neanderthals and early modern humans.
Angry birds: Angry birds are genetically wired for aggression . . . but they’re still birds.
What’s the matter?: “The best place to go for original thinking on the left” drips with insults and common misconceptions about creationism.
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