Here’s an excellent post by my fellow blogger, ApoloJedi, as he discusses the topic of altruism, and if evolution can explain it. It’s pretty thorough for a single article, exploring evolutionary explanations and analyzing their merit. Enjoy the read!
It’s my hobby to interact with people and talk about my Savior, Jesus. He’s the Creator (Col 1:16) and the promised Messiah (Gen 3:15.) Despite my multitude of sins and those of all repentant sinners (John 3:16), He demonstrated his great love (Rom 4:8) by taking on the full wrath of the Father to atone for wickedness (Rom 3:25)
Inevitably in some of those conversations, skeptics bring up evolution as a reason not to repent. The conversation sometimes includes this phrase:
There’s no need for your sky daddy. Evolution explains everything without him
I’m with Greg Bahnsen when he says that evolution can’t explain ANYTHING. But one of the questions I’ve asked God-deniers about evolution’s explanatory power is “How is altruism consistent with evolutionism? How does evolution explain altruistic behavior?”
NOTE: As a blog that uses the presuppositional method to honor God’s revelation and expose the irrational nature…
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