I often observe both evolution skeptics and those who embrace neo-Darwinian evolution make one of two significant mistakes in discussions of evolution. Both mistakes stem from a failure to distinguish between microevolution and macroevolution.
If God truly does exist, and is actually the One who sustains every good thing and every perfect gift, then what would a world be like if God granted the wish of those who want nothing to do with God? It would be, what one might call, a ‘minimum Hell’.
Atheist Daniel Dennet has argued that evolution is a ‘universal acid’ that eats through traditional understandings and views, including religious beliefs. In 30 years of personal conversations with well over a thousand university students, the number one reason they invoke for abandoning faith
If it is an illegitimate move to a priori rule out the occurrences of miracles in this world, we are left with the task of identifying them. Two criteria are helpful in distinguishing a miracle from a natural anomaly.