theology April 4, 2016 Does anyone still believe in evolution? Henry Volk | PentecostalTheology.com Anyone here believe in the theory of evolution? evolutiontheory PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleInterpretive reading 1 Corinthians 3:1-23 Next articleThe DNA of A Leader 11 Comments Reply March 31, 2016 Phil Hoover The lost sock in the dryer becomes an extra Tupperware lid in the kitchen. Reply March 31, 2016 Eric Shonebarger You mean random mutations producing offspring in which those who are fittest to survive then reproduce and pass those genes onto the next generation or evolution as abiogenesis? Reply March 31, 2016 Henry Volk I’m more of an Orthogenesis guy—even though it’s been “debunked”—but I’m really just kinda getting a feel for what people in the group think. Reply March 31, 2016 Billy Winneroski It’s not founded on Biblical interpretation of how the earth/humanity began; so no Reply March 31, 2016 Jan B Drayer Macro? No. Micro? Yes. Reply March 31, 2016 Ricky Grimsley I believe the theory of evolution is completely unbiblical. However, “directed evolution” is happening all over the place. The Transhumanism movement seeks to create a new species of man and have already created all kinds of mixed species of animals and plants. The dream of immortality without God isnt as far off as you might think. God will have to intervene soon. Revelation 9:6 KJVS  And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it; and shall desire to die, and death shall flee from them. Reply March 31, 2016 Jason Douglas Greene Yes I do indeed. God is the creator as well as sustainer of life. Evolution may very well explain how God created, creates, and sustains. The book of Genesis has more than one creation account, the earth and the universe, as well as human life is very old. And ultimately, I’d rather argue for God as the creator/sustainer of a very old universe, than for a six thousand year old YEC model. Reply March 31, 2016 Ricky Grimsley The bible explains that the earth is older than 6000 years with gap theory. No need for evolution. Evolution was invented for social control and has it roots in the occult and ancient alchemy. Reply March 31, 2016 Varnel Watson Do you wanna (r)evolution? http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/?s=evolution Reply March 31, 2016 John Conger micro of course! macro absolutely not! its a huge adsumption to make that jump Reply April 3, 2016 Stan Wayne it is a word that needs definition – is it evolution that Adam and Eve are the parents of Pygmies and Vikings? Is it evolution that Koalas and Pandas have highly specific digestive tracks that digest poisonous Eucalyptus and Bamboo whereas they did not when they got off the Ark? Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Leave a Reply to Phil Hoover Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.