How Darwinism and Creationism Can Peacefully Coexist

My wife and I were in for quite a surprise when we visited a school to determine where to educate our children. Upon our inquiry of the curriculum, the school representative proudly boasted, “We don’t teach any of that Darwin stuff here. We adhere strictly to the Bible.” I was shocked.

Throughout history, numerous religions have held the belief that we are created in God’s image and that the birth of the universe was an act of divine creation. Over 100 years ago, Darwin challenged this age-old concept, declaring that species evolved from single cell organisms to sponges, lizards, apes, and ultimately to human beings through the process of natural selection. Scientists and theologians faced a huge rift.

For the past century, Darwin’s theory has been the cornerstone of biological science. I adore the beauty of it, and certainly there is truth to it. However, it is important to note that a computer study of the theory concluded that it couldn’t possibly be right because the evolution of species happened much more quickly than the theory indicates. I do not consider this to be a refutation of the theory. However, the revision accommodating this situation is elegant with far-reaching implications.

Modern physicists agree that there is a unified field underlying all existence. Everything in the universe originates from the same one thing. The unified field births an infinitely coherent and sustaining matrix.

Imagine a sandbox. Now imagine running a powerful vibration through that sandbox. You will see a pattern emerging on the surface of the sand. The longer you run the vibration, the more refined and precise the pattern becomes.

Whether we believe they are an act of God or science, a similar set of vibrations run through all of existence. Those vibrations are ongoing, continually —> Read More

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