Why Darwin Matters
I was doing some reading online (www.skeptic.com to be specific) and there was an exerpt of Michael Shermer's new book called "Why Darwin Matters". Of course I read the exerpt and in it he rose a very valid point. I'll quote him:
"If one is a theist, it should not matter when God made the universe—10,000 years ago or 10,000,000,000 years ago. The difference of six zeros is meaningless to an omniscient and omnipotent being, and the glory of divine creation cries out for praise regardless of when it happened. Likewise, it should not matter how God created life—whether it was through a miraculous spoken word or through the natural forces of the universe that He created. The grandeur of God’s works command awe regardless of what processes He used."
Well that raises some very interesting points, and I'm very curious to see what people have to say in elaboration to that. You can see the full exerpt at this link: http://www.skeptic.com/eskeptic/06-08-30.html#excerpt
Prayer: How to do nothing and feel like your doing something.