Pope Benedict XVI is getting us back to the basics of our faith. In his Easter Vigil homily at Saint Peter's, he reminded us that faith in God begins with creation. We're not the product of random evolution in some tiny corner of the cosmos, but the product of divine creative love and reason. This is part of our Christian faith and it makes sense. However, such a statement is highly controversial in a culture where faith in God is weak and evolutionary propaganda controls the minds of many people, even many Christians. Thus I wasn't surprised that this article I seeded on Newsvine about the pope's homily drew 147 comments:
Faith in God Begins with Creation
It goes to show that once you abandon the truth of sound creation doctrine, you leave a vacuum to be filled by the errors of materialistic evolutionism.