Comment: No probably not.

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No probably not.

Creation or evolution? Why draw a distinction between the 2? I believe in God and consider myself a christian, recently baptized as a matter of fact, I place a great amount of faith in the bible, and it's teachings, but blind faith I do not. I'm sorry but you can't throw science out the window if it contradicts your faith. You can try but it's still there staring back at you. Do I believe in evolution? Well yea I do. It is a sound, legitimate theory with plenty of proof to back it up. Does it contradict the Bible, Genesis in particular? Yes, many Christians will argue that, while others will try and piece the two together, good luck to you. For me it doesn't matter if it took 7 days or 7 billion years. The fact of the matter is that we are here, observing this marvelous universe, with all it contains, trying so hard to make sense out of it all.

Just for a minute stop and think about this. Now, we don't know for sure, but, it has been estimated that there are 100 billion galaxies in the observable universe and 100,000 that we know of. We have estimated that there are 2 hundred billion stars in our galaxy, the milky way alone, and potentially a trillion planets to boot. What would be the point of all this if life was not meant to happen? Observable and unobservable.

Throw science out the window if you want, but what we see is the continued expansion and evolution of this creation. Life was inevitable.