Joined: Feb. 2008
|Quote (FloydLee @ Sep. 18 2009,12:37)|
|You've been presented with a total of five self-testimonies in which a former Christian has clearly suffered "bad consequences" to their Christian faith (erosion, corrosion, even to the point of dropping their Christian faith and/or continuing in that decision) as a self-confessed partial or indirect result of their belief in evolution. |
So what ? You can find people who will testify that to many different things eroded their faith. A few examples
- Careful reading of the bible.
- Witnessing suffering and loss of life.
- Witnessing hypocrisy in their church.
- Noticing contradiction between various doctrines and the real world.
Are all these things "incompatible" with Christianity ?
Yes, some people have found evolution to be incompatible with their particular brand of christian faith. This does not provide evidence that evolution is inherently incompatible with any form of Christianity.
You already know what compatible/incompatible means, because some of you are tryin' real hard not to accept that evolution is incompatible with Christianity.
No, we don't know what you mean by incompatible. It's clear that you aren't using the definition most of us would expect (outlined by dan in http://www.antievolution.org/cgi-bin....t=6313; st=30#entry153334 ), because if you were, the simple existence of Christians who accept evolution would disprove your point. Since you say this is not so, we can only assume you are using some different definition.
So go ahead, tell us exactly what you mean by "incompatible"