What Humans Do But Animals Don’t
God, who is holy, true, good, and has beauty, created man for His glory. Created not evolved, we can reflect holiness, truth, goodness and beauty in our language, literature, music, mathematics, creativity and dominion, and so fulfill the purpose for which God brought us into being. Or we can rebel. It is true that we have all rebelled, but we can become new creatures in Christ through repentance and faith in Christ’s death and resurrection on our behalf.
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🔗 Links and Show Notes
👉 Original article: What Humans Do but Animals Don’t
- Arguments Creationists Should Not Use
- Geckos: Monuments to Creation
- Are chimp and Human DNA 99% the Same?
- Made in God’s Image
- Ethical Treatment of Animals
- The Carnivorous Nature and Suffering of Animals
- Dancing Bees
- Genesis: The Missing Piece of the Puzzle
- Man: The image of God
- Is man an animal?
- Made in the image of God
- Furry little humans?
- Differences between humans and animals
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- Does Evolution Explain Everything About Life?
- Languages: The Bible vs Evolution
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