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Creation Training TV: Did God Use Evolution?


Did God Use Evolution?
Many church leaders and Christians today believe God used evolution as part of His creation process. Many Christians have been influenced by the world and because of this influence there seems to be a lack of faith or trust in the plain reading of God’s Word. But does the Bible really teach that God used evolution or does the Bible teach God created everything in six days? Rather than be so quick to change God’s Word to accommodate evolution (millions of years), isn’t it just possible man is wrong with their idea of evolution. To solve this challenge of “Did God use Evolution” we will examine 5 different criteria.
1. Why do some Christians believe this?
2. What does the Bible teach about how God created?
3. What is evolution?
4. What would it mean if God used evolution and how would this affect Scripture?
5. Logic

Mike Riddle

Mike Riddle – President of CTI & Education Specialist

Mike is an international speaker and educator on Christian education and apologetics. Mike is also an adjunct speaker for Answers in Genesis. He holds a degree in mathematics and a graduate degree in education and has been involved in creation ministry for more than thirty years. Prior to getting involved in creation ministry, Mike was a captain in the U.S. Marines and a national champion in track and field. Mike’s experience in the education field includes:

•Teaching  junior high and senior high school mathematics

•An instructor at the Northwest Graduate School of the Ministry and the Institute for Creation Research graduate school.

•Managing U.S. Sprint’s world-wide technical training

•Managing Microsoft’s world-wide engineer training

•Development and delivery of courses on presentation skills and teaching methods

Mike currently lectures and teaches world-wide on creation apologetics, Christian education, science and the Bible, and developing a biblical worldview. He resides in Northern Kentucky with his wife Lesley.