This post is not intended to attack certain views. This is merely an alternative approach to the theistic-creation or atheistic-evolution discourses. Do not continue reading if you failed to open your mind to other ideas.
Everytime I talk about evolution on Twitter, I seemed to struck the nerves of both atheists and creationists. The former because I believe that The Big Bang was planned by a divine force, the later because, well, the very word of “evolution”.
This morning I read an amazing news on how doctors at Johns Hopkins cured an infant infected with HIV. Then,-using the Monday morning traffic as scapegoat-, I started to rant about how some people didn’t give Darwin’s contribution to modern medical sciences a credit by still opposing to the theory ofevolution. Then as usual, I went on about the godly nature of the creation of the universe.
Isn’t it much more fascinating to think that God created a single event in a very small scale yet tremendous energy, with unthinkable calculation and unimaginable precision, that in billion of years it would resulted in this amazing vast universe and the unfathomable processes inside the living organisms we’ve come to known so far?
Wouldn’t the design of that single process of creation so rightfully divine? Is it due to the hard fact that our DNA is 98% similar to chimpanzee’s, makes the science of biological evolution a bitter pill to swallow?
What made it so hard for people to accept evolution theory given it’s logical nature? What made it so hard for people to accept that a Divinity could’ve planned the whole process?
To close my morning rant on Twitter, I just want to say that I solemnly believe the evolution of Homo erectus to Homo sapiens was in God’s plan. So take that, atheists and creationists. Ha!