Just when I begin to think that my writing isn't turning anyone on, or that it isn't helping anyone, and just when I begin to think it's time to hang up my keyboard, I get a little more encouragement to go on.
Macro-evolution and faith are incompatible, yes: there's no doubt about that. But don't confuse true science with evolutionism.
In chapter seven of "Return of the God Hypothesis", Stephen Meyer begins to consider the fascinating subject of the fine-tuning of the universe in his chapter titled, "The Goldilocks Universe".
They knew without doubt that he was claiming to be God (Matthew 26:63-66) and they had him executed, in shame and apparently humiliating defeat. What they didn't know was that they were fulfilling the will of the Father all along.
Are we to assume that cancer is not "bad", and that the rispiritory system, with all its wonders, is not "good"?