[creation] Re: Darwin's faith (or lack of it)/reply

  • From: "Knarr" <knarrrj@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <creation@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2005 13:39:58 -0500

   Each man has his own free will. Perhaps Darwin should have devoted as much 
time to god as he did to materializm.
Ronald Knarr
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Percival Tanierla 
  To: creation@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2005 10:11 PM
  Subject: [creation] Re: Darwin's faith (or lack of it)

  Dear friends,

     If the doctrine of hell- eternal torment caused
  Darwin to reject God it is  high time for pastor-
  teachers  to teach the word of God correctly so there
  will be no another Darwin. It is sad that there are
  times when ministers  of the word cause monsters of
  ATHEISM like Darwin.


  --- John Matthews
  <john.matthews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

  > Although there are many books and articles written
  > about Darwin, if one
  > looks at the different versions of his Origin of
  > Species (so that we are
  > dealing with his words), we find that over time he
  > ascribed less and less to
  > the power of (the Christian) God.
  > His stumbling block, was that when his brother died
  > (unconverted to the
  > Christian faith), he was furious with God because
  > the standard Christian
  > teaching was, that such persons would go to hell. He
  > seemed to have ignored
  > the invitation to repent. The same thing seemed to
  > have happened to
  > Mohammad, the 8th century Islamic prophet.
  > John Matthews (UK)
  > Retired reservoir engineer and petroleum geologist.
  > Reader in the Chruch of England.

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