Sad for ‘pick and choose’ Christians
With Easter fast approaching, I feel very sorry for those Christians who have trouble believing in their Bible as literally written. I’m referring to Genesis, of course.
I call them “PC Christians,” which stands for “pick and choose” Christians. If they don’t like what the Bible says, then they should just rip out that particular page from their Bibles and forget about it. I feel sorry for those Christians who believe in Jesus’ miracles of raising himself from the dead, raising a 4-day-old rotten corpse from the dead, curing the sick, healing the blind and walking on water, but don’t believe in a Six-Day Creation. They just “pick and choose” their miracles. It’s no different then picking their favorite ice cream flavor. Too bad they have “caved in” to the pressures of man’s world view, especially when there is so much science that refutes evolution and supports a supernatural creation.
Nick Lally, chairman, board of directors, Creation Science Hall of Fame
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