How To Argue Against Evolution - Thinking Christian. I just posted on how not to argue against evolution.
I want to add a brief word now on how to argue against it. I’m not trying to make this comprehensive, just to list a few quick points covering categories that count against evolution. (I’m still speaking strictly of naturalistic evolution.) Can’t you just see by looking that this world is designed? This objection will suffer snickers from evolutionary scientists, because it lacks testability and definitional rigor. There is, however, knowledge other than scientific knowledge, and we really can see design in all of reality. Evolutionists will also object that some of reality looks undesigned: that there are apparent mistakes, evil, and so on.
We know from Scripture that God created the world, including all of its life. This is valid—even if evolutionists laugh at it—as long as we establish that God’s revelation is a genuine source of knowledge. Naturalism is false, therefore naturalistic evolution is false. 13208 Morris Road, Austin, TX - Google Maps. The Austin Vineyard Church - Welcome!
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