12'sTheLimit wrote:Ken Ham answers this in the debate himself with his illustration of a world made by evolution has no definite right or wrong and there is no reason for anything. Whereas a world made by God has God's rules and a reason for each and every thing. And if there is no God there is no reason to do what he want so you can do what you want. That is why the theory of evolution was invented so its maker and follower would not have to answer to God. And this is why we should debate it because it is a matter of life and death - If there is no God there is no Heaven and there is no Hell. When you die that is it. If there is a God you must believe in Heaven and also in Hell and if you are not saved your destination is the later and there is but one way to escape it and that is to be saved through the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ.
I understand what you mean, I've always accepted the world is convoluted and every persons right is another persons wrong. There is many religions that accept the belief in an afterlife without a particular demiurge, and likely vice versa. But regardless, everyone is subject to their own beliefs
I have leant away from my religious upbringing in the past few years, but I still highly respect the dedication, devout passion, strong morals on many issues and general charitable outreaches of many churches. Particularly in my area, Catholic and Baptist are the major contributors to the charities. So, I don't mean any disrespect in not seeing the exact utility of the debate - but I don't have anything bad to say about either belief sets