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Here's what Ken Ham had to say regarding the news of this discovery: No scientist witnessed the origin of man, and evolutionary scientists only believe there were intermediate evolutionary links between an ape-like ancestor and man because they have disregarded God’s Word and substituted their own fallible opinions in its place ... The ...


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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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No, there is no catholic teaching that serpents had legs. As you say, NABRE assumes Genesis as allegorical, therefore I would take their description of the serpent as allegorical. That is, allegorically "the serpent had legs" - as in, was in right standing with God (before Satan's fall). Then "lost the legs" / was punished meaning is no longer in the ...



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