Lim­ited knowl­edge dis­counts Bible

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - EDITORIAL -

Doug Perry on his “Tim­ing of flood doesn’t add up” the Guardian July 7 be­lieves the flood is su­per­sti­tious non­sense con­trary to sci­en­tific stud­ies and ev­i­dence. While Doug be­lieves evo­lu­tion a poor the­ory that lacks in­tel­li­gence, moral val­ues is non­sense and re­mains non­sense even if Stephen Hawkins be­lieves evo­lu­tion to be true.

Doug dis­counts the Bible be­ing lit­er­ally true, based on his lim­ited knowl­edge of the Bible, his­tory and sci­ence. The Bible tells us that we are all of one blood no mat­ter race, colour or cul­ture. Bi­ol­o­gists and math heads will con­firm that 8 peo­ple over 4,000 years would pop­u­late the world to 7 bil­lion peo­ple due to one of the won­ders of the world called com­pound­ing in­ter­est (mar­riage).

The uni­verse did not al­ways ex­ist and fits both sides of the de­bate ex­cept evo­lu­tion says 18,000,000,000 years by chance and cre­ation says 6,000 years by a lov­ing God. Trust in the eter­nal God rather then fi­nite man who lacks the in­tel­li­gence to un­der­stand an in­fi­nite God.

R. A. Jenk­ins, Char­lot­te­town

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