God and evolution: weaverbirds (Evolution)

by David Turell @, Friday, March 31, 2017, 15:34 (235 days ago) @ Balance_Maintained

Tony; I personally feel that it is somewhere between the two extremes, and have said so often. Teaching someone to weave does not limit them in what they can do with that knowledge. Many, many birds 'weave' their nests to some extent or another. Allowing for variations on that theme allows for the creatures to do what best suits their environment, just like humans knowing how to weave allows us to make clothing to suit all of our environments that we inhabit. Some birds need something more complex, while others need only need something simple. In short, my view is that Jehovah designed themes and allowed for variants within constraints.

Close to my views.


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