Where did first ape come from?
In reading Olivia Carlson's recent letter to The Herald, I found it a tad bit disturbing. I guess you can call me a "creationist." I know it takes a man and a woman to make a baby, so it is not really a stretch for me to believe God created the first two people. As to plants first or man first, I don't have the answers. I don't believe man is supposed to understand everything in the Bible. Maybe that is part of why they call it faith.
Perhaps Ms. Carlson thinks there was a giant explosion and all the little pieces turned into little people and they started having babies. Or maybe we have evolved from apes. Well, it takes a male and a female ape to make a baby ape. So where did the first ape come from? And why did man stop evolving once someone invented the camera? And why am I losing my hair instead of still growing it?
Unlike Ms. Carlson, I do believe that God is perfect and all powerful. But Satan also has power, and perhaps his greatest is the power of deception.
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Spencer's positions appear shaky
Two immediate conclusions come to the forefront when considering John Spratt challenger Albert Spencer's position on abortion, school vouchers and the continued occupation of Iraq.
One, he's a nut. Two, this should make him very popular with York County Republicans.