I wrote the first page of this series, and I will release the first page soon.
But first, why did I begin asking a question that gave me the answer, “Evolution proves Creation true?” Something has always bothered me about Evolution. And that something has driven me to believe that Evolution proves Creation true.
That evolution would happen by blind accident does not seem logical to me. So, the something that kept driving me crazy until I came to the answer, “Evolution proves Creation true,’ is the lack of ‘logic.’ I am driven crazy by the idea the Universe could accidentally happen, as if the Universe is the same as a car wreck on the way to the store.
In fairness, I will point out that some atheists are driven crazy by some theological arguments in the same way Evolution drove me crazy. There is an argument called ‘First Cause Argument.’ “What that does is go back through history saying, what came before you? Your parents? And before them?” It goes back until the argument says there could be nothing else, there had to be a first cause, and that first cause had to be God.
Most atheists will ask, “If something caused each new thing, then what caused God?” Just as the First Cause Argument drives most atheists crazy, because they believe something must have created God, Evolution drives me crazy because I don’t think the Universe was an accident.
By the way (BTW), the First Cause Argument only works well if you believe in God, or are completely open to the possibility of God. Otherwise, you will keep wondering ‘what came first, the chicken or the egg’ sort of thing about what came before God.
Over time, I struggled with the ‘accidental’ nature of evolution until I believed in the Biblical story of the 6 Days of Creation. Technically, I am a ‘Young Earth Creationist (YEC).’
But, I am comfortable with the Earth being 10 thousand years, 10 million years, or 4.8 billion years old.
What do you think?