I just thought of that from reading another tread. I remember we were studying that book the same time they were teaching the theory of evolution in my Biology class. I need to get that book just to bring back memories. That book sparked some serious doubts. It actually got me more interested in paying attention to the class. And actually saw how they were misinterpreting a lot of information.
But of course that didn't lead to a revolutionary thinking, but it made me wonder a lot of things during the book study. Evolution made sense in some aspects vs the Bible. For example I used to ask myself: When God created Adam & Eve they were in the paradise. Now didn't they just eat fruits, vegetables, etc... Wasn't it later that God allowe man to eat meat? That's how I understood it from the perspective of the Bible.
If God originally created man to be vegetarians why do we have Canine teeth?
When God was desiging us as perfect, why would he design us to eat plants? Why didn't he just make us like the plants where we could survive on photosynthesis which is the best, by far, energy system in our natural world?
How about the Dinosaurs? And the list goes on.....
Now of course I wasn't ready to consider the theory of evolution, but those questions lingered and I answered it by saying God works in different ways, and he probably modified our genes after Adam & Eve sinned. But year later I came to think, wouldn't that be cheating? lol Specially after that explanation of why God let the Devil live, because his angels were watching and he didn't want the Angels to ponder...but then he would turn around and cheat? lol
Now, I'm not saying that evolution is the answer. Nobody really knows our origins. But it makes sense to me. Until more evidence comes to light.
I feel good about being born in this time in man's history where a lot of discoveries of the cosmos have been made. Although I wouldn't have mind being born in 100 years, lol