16 Therefore from now on we recognize no one according to the flesh; even though we have known Christ according to the flesh, yet now we know Him in this way no longer. 17 Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come.
Recently, a friend of mine invited me to a simulcast of a debate between Bill Nye (the Science Guy) and Ken Ham the head of Answers in Genesis and the Creation Science Museum. I am usually not very interested in this kind of thing, so I did not attend. Then this last week, I saw that the debate was posted on YouTube and decided to watch it out of curiosity. While it was an interesting debate between evolution and intelligent design, it was also predictable. Both sides had logical reasons why their point of view was correct based on the assumptions arriving from their particular worldview with neither conceding the points of the other. One point in particular that Ken Ham made that I have heard before and always found compelling was the fact that evolutionists in all of their research have never produced a single observable instance in which a species has become more than what it already was. Since evolution is based on the premise of simple organisms become more complex, I think I would have a hard time buying evolution even if I did not believe in the biblical account of creation.