Question by MN: Which denomination of Christian Churches teach old earth creation?
I have reluctantly agreed to give church another try, but I refuse to have my children taught the kind of nonsense that I have become familiar with in the churches I have attended in the past. I don’t agree that evolution is a lie, I don’t think global warming is a lie, I don’t think that the Earth is 6000 years old. I don’t think Noah brought Dinosaurs and every other species in the entire fossil record aboard an ark and I don’t believe Adam and Eve were the first humans to ever have lived. So what churches are there that either teach or accept these notions? I think old earth creation is a real stretch but at least we aren’t throwing all of science out the window.
lol Jared you aren’t going to tell me anything my Baptist preacher father and delusional pseudo scientists like Ken Ham and Kent Hovind haven’t told me before. If you call evolution a lie then you refuse to read and acknowledge the data just like that of modern astronomy. There are countless factors of each that point to the same conclusions and if you disagree you are uninformed. You might as well argue for a flat earth and a earth centered solar system while you are at it if we are going strictly by the bible.
Question by Alexander: A man who regarded calls for Muslim prayer the most beautiful sound on Earth decided to switch to?
A man who regarded calls for Muslim prayer the most beautiful sound on Earth decided to switch to Trinity Church of Christ.
Is it reasonable to conclude that he liked the sound of the minster preaching even more beautiful?
Answer by Chef D I am not muslim, but I love the muslim faith, I love their teachings and a lot about them.. Do i like the terrorist? hell no..
they do not teach you to be a terrorist in the muslim church as a lot of you guys are made to believe.
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Odyssey Networks’ “Faith at the Gulf”, a series of on-the-ground video profiles of local faith leaders responding to the spiritual crisis in the coastal communities of Mississippi wrought by the BP Deepwater Horizon spill, continues this week on www.odysseynetworks.org. Featured in the latest edition is Rev. Harold F. Roberts, pastor of the historic Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Biloxi.
In the fourth of this series of five video reports, Rev. Roberts focuses on the role of individuals as stewards of the earth and the role that faith must play in changing behavior in order to protect the environment. “How are you going to move people from fear to a sense that we have a future? I don’t think business can do it. I don’t think the politicians can do it. I think it’s faith-based,” he told Odyssey’s crew.
Rev. Roberts’ Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, which was founded in 1847, has suffered destruction from both Hurricane Camille in 1969 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The latest test, the oil spill, has left many parishioners with an even greater sense of helplessness than the great storms of the past.
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