Re: [creation_evolution_debate] Re: God meets God
- eduard ---
Yes, I don't object to the idea that the laws were created by God ...
in the absence of any other explanation. But then, we get back to my
previous point. If God created the laws that underlie the natural
processes, then why wouldn't he use evolution?? The alternative is
that he literally makes Adam from a pile of dirt and Eve from a spare
Now such an act of making Adam and Eve is not a natural process. Why
wouldn't God use a natural process, if he is the one who created the
physical laws behind this process??
We do not know the full set of "natural" laws. God surely created them
by the addition that He can any time overrule their function. Typical
cases for those the events what are called "miracles". Yet even those
miracles are ruled over by the divine order, as well as He rules over
time space and any "dimensions"
Of course the Creator uses the "natural processes" He created, as long
as He wants it. When He decides to act differently He does it. As it
is revealed in His messages.
You are all over the place in trying to not answer the question.
Regardless of whether we* know the full set of "natural" laws, why
would God overrule them in creating man?? He went to all that trouble
to create natural laws, why not use them??
- eduard ---
I did not ask whether the Creator had a problem with establishing his
laws. I asked why he would not use them to create man?? As usual, you
refuse to answer a question directly. That certainly says a lot about
Gabor.How about trying to answer the question.
Your turn ...
He always uses His laws. Yes God used His laws creating man and
creating all things. Think more Eduard.
At least be mor thorough. It will help.
Thus, one could say that he used the laws related to evolution to
bring man into the world.