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Andy Stanley Denies the Creation Account in Genesis, Apparently He Knows Better Than God

by | Apr 11, 2023 | Apostasy, heresy, News, Opinion, Religion, The Church, Theology, Video | 0 comments

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Syncretism often occurs when two or more cultures or religions come into contact, leading to the blending of their spiritual beliefs, rituals, and symbols. This can result in a unique fusion of religious ideas and practices. There are two major religions in the world today—Christianity and Paganism. And while the world’s institutions, including schools, governments, and corporations, are dominated by Pagan beliefs, some who claim Christianity are masters of syncretism.

One of those men is Andy Stanley, who has repeatedly attempted to mix the world’s Pagan beliefs with Christianity. Ranging from homosexuality to a denial of the authority of the Scriptures, Stanley has mastered the art of syncretism as his followers continue to grow at an alarming rate. Stanley has figured out how to make those who worship the world, themselves, and their personal preferences—those who love their sin more than they love God—believe that they can live in harmony with Christianity. His solution is simple: when God and men come into conflict, change God.

Evolution is one of the prevailing beliefs in the many Pagan sub-sects in the world today. An acceptance of this Christ-denying ideology has become a sort of sacramental rite of passage in the world’s Pagan-dominated institutions. But, in God’s reality, the Bible stands as the ultimate authority on faith and science, and the creation account in Genesis is to be taken literally. If any scientific evidence contradicts the Bible, it must be dismissed.

Yet, Stanley, in his typical sophistic style of syncretism, he attempts to argue that Evolution is compatible with Christianity and that the only reason God speaks of a literal creation in Genesis is to “accommodate our capacity” for understanding, implying that his own capacity for understanding exceeds everyone else’s because he knows what God really meant.

The complexity and order in the natural world, seen in living organisms, physical constants, and the human brain, point to an intelligent designer rather than blind chance. Furthermore, the fossil record’s gaps and the sudden appearance of complex organisms in the Cambrian period support the creation account in Genesis.

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The age of the Earth is critical to the Creationism vs. evolution debate. While evolutionists claim the Earth is billions of years old, radiometric dating methods are flawed, and evidence for an old Earth is inconclusive. Thus, a young Earth aligns with the biblical account of creation.

Evolution is merely a theory, not a proven fact. Unanswered questions, such as the origin of life, the development of consciousness, and the complexity of biological systems, reveal evolution’s shortcomings. The evidence points to a Creator instead.

The acceptance of evolution denies the existence of a higher power and the purpose of human existence. Life holds no meaning or value without a belief in God. Lastly, historical science, like the study of the fossil record or radiometric dating, relies on unprovable assumptions and interpretations. The only true science is operational science, which involves observing and testing phenomena in the present. The scientific evidence upholds the idea of a Creator, making the study of origins a matter of faith and worldview.

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