But ativan you have to understand that there are those who have the same faith in God that you have, but believe that God used evolution during the "creation" process. What makes you different from them?We don't have same faith. If somebody shares evolutionary view he has not the same faith.
How? An Orthodox Christian that believes that God is the Creator of all, but that evolution is the process that He used, has an entirely different faith than you?
How does belief in evolution qualitatively change the faith so that it is "not the same faith"?
He believes in the Father, Son, Holy Spirit, One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church, the Age to come, and the eradication of evolution. I believe in the Father, Son, Holy Spirit, One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church, and the Age to come. If you ask him what would happen if hypothetically evolution was true, he would say it will never be true. If you ask me what would happen if evolution was proven false, I would say, "so what? I still believe in God despite truth or falsity of God.". But for Ativan, it is a necessary tenet of faith to condemn evolution. His faith in God does not rely on God, but on the rejection of a minuscule issue.
I know people who rejected evolution and is able to have such a strong faith to simply say "if evolution is proven to be true to me, my faith in God would not sway one bit.". That is a sign of true faith grounded in hard rock established by Christ, and not in the guesses of men, scientists or anti-evolutionists.