Creation vs Evolution

Creation or evolution. The great debate. One of the frequently discussed, yet easily resolvable subjects.

If someone would tell you that a certain functionality within a software application implies that there is no programmer behind the application, it wouldn’t sound very wise would it? A functionality within a software application can’t be a proof that there is no programmer behind the application. If you see God as the divine programmer, and the universe as one of his applications, you will see that functionalities within this application does not mean that there is no programmer.

On the contrary; more complex, harmonized and well-built functionalities make you think that there is a “very good” programmer behind the application.

If God has created the reality that we partially know, and has built our universe on top of it, then everything in the universe should be within the boundaries of his will. Therefore, evolution should be part of the system created by him as well.

An apple growing on the tree does not contradict with the idea of creation, because it is part of a created and highly interactive system.

So is evolution. It is part of a created and highly interactive system. Therefore, it is also “created” as a functionality within the system, within the boundaries of the will of God.

There is really no direct correlation between evolution and God. It is just another functionality within God’s wisdom. Assuming evolution as a fact would not lead to the denial of God; and believing in God would not lead to the denial of evolution.

On the contrary; a complex functionality where entities are able to change their attributes to adapt to a changing environment, makes you believe even stronger that our system must be “designed” by the divine programmer, one and only.

Think about it.

Related: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yewkPIhKMxM

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