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I believe that God's Creation of the Universe, the Evolution of the Races of Man, and Today's Science do not Disagree!

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Initial post: Feb 27, 2010 4:31:39 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Feb 27, 2010 4:34:30 PM PST
My study of the Holy Bible and today's science persuades me to believe that there is remarkable agreement between the two concepts of Creation and Evolution. In my book, presently available in Kindle, titled, "Creation, and the Races of Man," I present my understanding. I tell of remarkable agreement between Evolution and Science.

In fact, Genesis closely parallels today's science, which teaches that modern Man was created about 200,000 years ago in east Africa, and then spread across the earth, undergoing natural evolution into the races we see today. In my book, I characterize God's several covenants with man -- from Adam and Eve, to Noah, to Abraham, to Moses, to Jesus -- as a natural progression of His guidance over Man's trials and triumps; His progression toward the societies in which we live today, His striving for a great harvest of believers.

My study also teaches me why the races of man differ in notable characteristics of cognitive skills, athletic skills, musical skills and traits of character. These differentiations are small, and individual differences within a race are greater than the differences in the characteristics medians. But, the differences in characteristics are real and deserve an honest dialog.

What do others think about these issues? Can we step outside of political correctness and discuss them honestly?

Check out my book, "Creation and the Races of Man."

Engage is discussion here.

Creation and the Races of ManHoward Ray White

Posted on Feb 27, 2010 4:41:39 PM PST
The book, Creation and the Races of Man, says that God created man (Adam and Eve). That man did not evolved from animals, like apes and such; that Man possesses a soul. The only evolution that Man has experienced is what has occurred since his creation. Is that what the science teaches us?

My study persuades me that to be so.

Howard Ray White

Posted on Mar 11, 2010 3:04:56 PM PST
FentonDude says:
Sorry, I don't own a Kindle, so I can't read your book. However, I will say that christians have for decades randomly presented the hypothesis that creation did not occur in 7 24 hour periods, and evolution is just the physical manifestation of God's awesome power. Other christians quickly beat them back in line. Nothing new there...

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 11, 2010 7:09:06 PM PST

Suggest you read "Creation and the Races of Man" on your computer. You do not need to own a Kindle e-book reader to read a Kindle book. Just download the book to your computer and read, page after page, as you like. It will look the same.

Howard Ray White

Posted on Apr 7, 2010 10:02:52 AM PDT
Indeed, many scientists (especially until recently) were consciously motivated by their faith to explore science... paraphrasing how I read one scientist summarised it: if I were secular I'd just find atoms moving about, as a person of faith I see God's wonder at work .... In peace, Rianne

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 10, 2010 6:41:56 PM PDT
Hello R. C. ten Veen. Your post is encouraging. I find the search for agreement between the Bible and today's science to be a rewarding effort. When the accounts in the Bible are examined objectively, keeping in mind the originial stories were framed for the level of scientific understanding of the first people addressed, keeping in mind that God has never been a science teacher, revealing science to us humans, I find agreements not that hard to come by.

Have a good day,

Howard Ray White

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 20, 2010 6:05:19 PM PDT
Mr. White,
I only read the sample to your book but I can see that you are following the fallacy that science can be married with the Scriptures. While I agree with your intent behind the effort, I am afraid that you are quite mistaken.

Modern science is based on Methodological Naturalism and is thereby completely opposed to any acknowledgment of the supernatural. A better belief system such as Biblical Naturalism would need to be employed in order to reach an agreement between science [as it should be done] and the Scriptures.

If you could follow that path instead, your premise would indeed be correct.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 28, 2010 6:28:35 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 28, 2010 6:32:37 AM PDT
M E ROSSON says:
All the Books of the Bible: Genesis (Volume 1)

I so agree and I have written about this extensively in my commentary on Genesis! Well said brother and if you would like a free copy of my book, just email me at By the way, my book is such an example of Creation and Science merging, that MIT uses it when teaching Darwin and Evolution as an example of this school of thought. I touch on the Table of Nations somewhat in my book, but there is much research that has been done on the three sons of Noah and how we all became what we are today. Hope to hear from you,


M. E. Rosson

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