oh please lets not start with playground level insults, whatsahllicalllmyself. I'm taking cofty's OP in a spirit of discussion and openness and it would be great if there was some acknowledgement that faith is the kind of virtue that we all practice and indeed that sometimes faith is misplaced/misleads and that this is so even for scientists. for those who are dogmatic anyway.18
if you identify as a christian but you have accepted that the diversity of life - including humans - resulted from a process of biological evolution could you add your name please?.
just to be clear i am referring to the fact that our physical lineage could literally be traced back all the way to non-human species.. if you like maybe you could comment on why you see not conflict between evolution and your christian faith.. there is a tendency to conflate evolution with atheism.
it would be good to show that this is not the case..
after all many scientists do put supernatural elements into evolution when they insist that the basis of all life is physical stuff. for example, are we to assume implicitly that intelligence and imagination are supernatural? or are we to have faith that intelligence and imagination will one day be discovered to be physical stuff even if there is no evidence that this will so?