The purpose of dinosaurs: Extinction and the goodness of God | The Christian Century:
Christians who accept evolution as a mode of divine creation and say that it is not a problem for them have yet to absorb the narrative shock of it. It remains acknowledged but unassimilated. In the above article you have some stumbling attempts at it.
What indeed was the point --and Christianity always assumes a point-- of all those extinct creatures and world?
What does the evolutionary history of the universe over the last 14+ billion years suggest about the character of the eternal, omnipotent, omniscient and benevolent Creator?
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