That was great. Thanks. I have a difficult time with a human being once being a monkey, and so much more is wrong with this supposed theory of how we are here because here we are.I like to say to that: "Well yeah! Here we are!"
Steve,In relation to your earlier post here: http://bylogos.blogspot.com/2012/07/grudems-old-earth-inconsistency.html , which I post here because you may not, otherwise, notice it :-)On YEC assumptions, it seems it has to be granted that random mutation associated with natural selection has to be a source of great change. If God created natural 'kinds' and from these 'kinds' emerges significant diversity, then if the time-frame is short, significant diversity can be achievable in a very short period of time.However, it seems to me that if you are an OEC, that you can reasonably challenge the Darwinist on the sort of grounds that appear in The Design of Life and say that the diversity that appears in natural kinds, even given a huge amount of time, does not imply macroevolution.Any thoughts?