I've posted about the whole evolution vs. creation debate before. Recently, I came across this frightening video.
Now, this is going out to any creationists out there who feel the same way that the people touring the museum in the video do. It's something that honestly puzzles me that I'd like to know the answer to:
May I ask - why would it make God any less majestic if evolution were real? God gave us all brains to solve problems. Science is the exploration into how God's universe works. If it were true that all of God's creation evolved from primordial soup, wouldn't that make all of God's creation closer to each other and part of the same whole? Does knowing how fusion works make the sun and the stars any less beautiful? How does believing that creation is billions of years old as opposed to thousands make God any less powerful, or shake your faith in Him?
In fact, if God created evolution and if it were a constant factor in life, wouldn't that be proof that God has a constant hand in existence, rather than that he just put the world into motion?
I'm not trying to put anyone on the spot or start a flame war - you all have your beliefs and I respect them. (And again, I ask any commenters to do the same.) I've just never understood how using the brain God gave you to understand his creation rather than just taking it as read that what was written thousands of years ago is scientifically accurate could possibly shake your faith in Him or all of His glory.