How could you believe in intelligent design? When there are diseases such as agressive childhood lukemia?
Also sickle cell anemia, hemophilia, parkinsons, als, mutiple slclerosis, and much more. I am not on this site to prove points, just to ask questions and get answers, thanks.
Asked By: Helen - 10/13/2011
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If the Creator is the God of the Bible, then we are told that this is a cursed earth; everything is in a state of progressive degeneration—bad things are supposed to happen and things are expected to get worse (e.g. mutational load). Unlike God, the creation is wearing out like a garment (as it says in Psalm 102:25-26... More
Answered By: Questioner - 10/14/2011
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The Devil done did it
Answered By: Stewie - 10/13/2011
But you yourself are saying that those things are wrong. How can you say that / Because you know it is meant to be like that. Intelligent design, anyone ?
Answered By: Lilian - 10/13/2011
Haven't you heard, all that is because of "sin".
Answered By: Tao Man - 10/13/2011
prove your point all I'm reading is a bunch of jiberish.
Answered By: P1mpin Curly - 10/13/2011
You can keep posting the question that starts with "How could you believe in intelligent design?" and then ends with a list of dangerous things, but it won't help prove your point... More
Answered By: cajunaggie87 - 10/13/2011
Answered By: Ice ball - 10/13/2011
Because diseases are not part of intelligent design but the result of man sinning against God.
Answered By: wha happened - 10/13/2011
intelligent design... More
Answered By: box of kittens - 10/13/2011
Now I've seen it all: An argument AGAINST Intelligent Design that is even more ridiculous than the average DEFENSE of Intelligent Design.
Answered By: Aonghas Shrugged - 10/13/2011
Actually, how could you believe that with all those diseases there was not a standard (design) for a healthy body... More
Answered By: Barry W - 10/13/2011
Yes all types of diseases. Just do not go blaming God for errors of men. He made us perfect. Able to not be effected by any germ or bacteria. We were made to live forever; never to die. Death was only the punishment or consequence of breaking the one law Adam had. No other laws were needed for perfect people... More
Answered By: grnlow - 10/13/2011
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