"What he is saying is that these extra bits died with their owners. What he would say is that when the two combined,? whatever was not combined in those offspring was lost forever. And humans have been slowly losing information because of this. I do…"
"How would we be losing? There aren't extra bits that float off. While they retain bits, they get bits from BOTH parents.
Ask him with whom Cain and Able mated?
Does he really think God commanded incest?
Then again, with Noah?
"What he is championing is that we would be losing half of the genetic information if we began only with two. Which would be true, and it continues to be true that only half of each parents genes are passed. So we still are only retaining a part of…"
So needless to say I have a friend who is touting a theory that I'm inadequate in ways to refute. He purports that things are not evolving, they are devolving. Of course I want to meet him where he's at, and his presupposition is that the world began with Adam and Eve. His argument is that the two possessed every gene in human history, but half of them were lost from one generation to the next. Therefore he is saying we are losing some genetic information. He is also saying that because we are…See More
"Hey Shelby. I wasn't at my computer when you messaged me, so sorry for not responding. Yeah, I am from Seattle, and I know Mars Hill church and quite a bit about Mark Driscoll. Why are you interested in him?"
"I will say in comparison to my campus bookstore, even with S&H its still cheaper to get them from Amazon. It's not uncommon for one of my books to go for $100. I can find the same book on Amazon for $70-$80 then add in shipping- say $6..so…"
Hey Shelby. I wasn't at my computer when you messaged me, so sorry for not responding. Yeah, I am from Seattle, and I know Mars Hill church and quite a bit about Mark Driscoll. Why are you interested in him?