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Day-age Theology does not deny the Genesis account; only that a day in Genesis does not necessarily refer to a 24 hour period. I am one. I base my belief on Genesis 1:1 as compared to Genesis 1:3 and 1:5. Genesis 1:1 KJV In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Genesis 1:3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. ...


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(Sorry, if my english bad) Absolutely no :) Btw, as far as i know, Creationism is not same with Intelligent-design. In Creationism, The Designer (God) involve in human's life. Because i put my faith in Jesus, i will use Creationism :) Ok. If there is at least 1 diffence between Creationism and Evolution, both of them already opposite. Matthew 5:17-19 ...


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Yes of course, why not? For example -- it is my belief that from the instant of the big bang to the present moment all actions and series of events are deterministically linked together. The collection of quarks into matter and the evolution of that matter into complex life is simply a playing out of initial conditions established by Divinity. I fail to ...


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First of all, the dispute has definitely been around for a long time. Here is a link defending an allegorical day interpretation. It references Origen (not a saint) and St. Augustine: http://biologos.org/common-questions/biblical-interpretation/early-interpretations-of-genesis St. Augustine specifically makes the point that there was no sun or earth on the ...


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I'm Amish -- sort of.* You are correct that there is a lot of variation within the Amish tradition (and even more if you include Mennonites, another branch of the Anabaptist heritage), so I can't speak for all. However, I think I'd be fairly safe to say that many, if not most, of us believe generally in a young earth and a literal six-day creation. ...



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