Three Reasons the Conflict Between Creationism and Evolution Doesn’t Bother Me

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In this episode, Carter answers a question from one of our listeners about the conflict between Creationism and Evolution. If you have a question for the podcast, send it in by going to bibleleadership.life. It might be featured on the podcast!

Posted on June 21, 2019

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  1. Jill payne

    Thanks Carter!

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  2. Jerry R Shaw

    While there are certain secret things that belong to the LORD, especially matters concerning His judgments, Moses reminded the people that their responsibility was clearly revealed—to keep the covenant of the Lord. What this is saying is that revelation brings responsibility. Men are accountable to obey, not to sit in judgment on the word of the Lord. This principle can be found many times in the New Testament also. “To him who knows to do good [revelation] and does not do it [responsibility], to him it is sin” (James 4:17).

    Elihu continues to delve into various realms of nature to show the wisdom, power, awesome majesty, and golden splendor of God. His descriptions of nature, of a thunderstorm with its heavy rain, or of the whirlwind, snow, gentle rain, cold . . . winds of the north, thick and bright clouds, or bright sunlight, are classic.

    Then the Lord Jesus brought forth an argument from Scripture to show that resurrection is an absolute necessity. In Exodus 3:6 God spoke of Himself as the God of Abraham, … Isaac, and … Jacob. Yet Jesus pointed out, “God is not the God of the dead, but of the living.” God made covenants with these men, but they died before the covenants were completely fulfilled. How can God speak of Himself as the God of three men whose bodies are in the grave? How can He who cannot fail to keep His promises fulfill those made to men who have already died? There is only one answer—resurrection.

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