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Message Subject Does being non-religious mean people don't believe in intelligent design or don't believe in church?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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“I have become all things to people of all sorts, so that I might by all possible means save some.”—1 COR. 9:22.


1. What change has occurred in some areas in recent decades?

FOR thousands of years, the majority of people in the world seemed to have some form of religious belief. But in recent decades a remarkable change has taken place. More and more people do not view themselves as religious. In fact, in some countries the majority of the population describe themselves as not being religious. *—Matt. 24:12.
 Quoting: DGN

You can believe in God the Creator and evolution at the same time by stating that God created the mechanisms through which evolution occur.

The two are not mutually exclusive.

I got into a huge argument with one of my undergrad professors when I said this. He said that the theory of evolution by natural selection leaves no room for a creator. My response was that there is no way to rule out something which is infinitely beyond the grasp and reason of humans. You cannot rule out something which is unknown.

I say to you, evolution by natural selection is pretty ironclad. I also say that God, the watchmaker, is the source of these mechanisms.
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