This may become my favorite quote to support the idea that God used BOTH miraculous creation AND evolution to create mankind!
This quote was made in connection with the Nye v Ham debate!:
“There ain’t no way that’s possible,” Mr. Robertson said Wednesday on his show, The 700 Club, taking issue with the “Young Earth” version of creationism, which holds that the universe is about 6,000 to 10,000 years old.
“We have skeletons of dinosaurs that go back 65 million years,” Robertson said. “To say it all dates back to 6,000 years is just nonsense, and I think [it’s] time we come off of that stuff, and say this isn’t possible.”
He is our (FFRF) poster child too. (Not really a child but a senile old man with signs of dementia but still very entertaining.) We can almost count on Pat Robinson almost weekly to say something completely absurd. I’ll post his latest as they can be quite comical.
Pat did say that he believed in theistic evolution; however, I heard he has a friendship with Hugh Ross. I believe that you and George are both right about Pat. But a Northern Baptist at Harvard Divinity School says that most of Pat’s professors are theistic evolutionists. I liked what you and George said about Pat, Patrick. Oh, Patrick, Pat has the nickname he does; however, his name is Marion Robertson, so you do not have to worry, Pat.
What does Marion Pat Robertson mean by progressive evolution? Is that a hybrid between progressive creation and evolutionary creation? There was a book written in the 1960’s called Basic Progressive Evolution. Is Pat talking about that?