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    This is a blog by a liberal evangelical who loves both science and Scripture. The url? Bible vs. Science? That's just because there's not that many urls left for science and the Bible--I don't think they're opposed at all. :) If you're looking for controversy and comment boards in which to flame the idiots who disagree with you, you've come to the wrong place. I read enough negative stuff on a daily basis I'd prefer to keep my own blog generally more positive, so you'll be reading my rambling thoughts on something cool I read about some new science one day, and something cool I came across in a commentary on Scripture another day. I love conversation so please post your reactions in the comments at the bottom of each post.

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  • Susan - March 18, 2014 - 5:36 pm

    I find the concept makes sense to me that God would regret making the animals because he regretted creating human kind. A human example that comes to mind for me is when a person dates another and loves them, but when that person breaks up with them one of the first inclinations would be to rid yourself of all of the things that reminded you of that person. It’s almost as though getting rid of reminders of your past loved one helps you recover or get past the loss of that loved one. For instance, a sweater that you absolutely love that your loved one gave you may be too painful to keep around if that loved one broke your heart.ReplyCancel