God and evolution: weaverbirds (Evolution)

by David Turell @, Friday, April 07, 2017, 01:54 (196 days ago) @ dhw

Dhw: There is no such thing as “constant balance”. The balance is always changing, as species come and go.

DAVID: But my point is balance is always there as it changes supplying energy for evolution to continue.

dhw: I don’t know why you insist on using the word “balance” in this context. Life needs energy, and the changing supplies of energy go hand in hand with the changing balance of nature as some species come and some species go. And although you refer to it every time I ask you why God designed the weaverbird’s nest, it tells us absolutely nothing about God’s purpose being to produce humans and designing every life form, lifestyle and natural wonder to relate to that purpose, which is the subject we are discussing. There is no disagreement between us over the fact that life needs energy, and evolution cannot take place unless there is life!

Humans arrived over billions of years. The vast bush of life supplies the energy. you agree to that. That is the relationship.


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