. . . Creation is the issue: http://creation.com/street-preacher-...n-is-the-issue On another evening, I had finished with the team and was walking down a street mall to the train station. I passed two young men and gauged by their conversation they were university students. I handed one a tract and politely started asking some questions. They both believed God was a personal idea but had no relevance to reality. This is directly in line with the evolutionary view that there is no spiritual realm—i.e., it is just a ‘figment of the imagination’. Sure enough, the young men were utterly convinced that evolution explains origins. They were sold out to the lie that the fossil record had ample evidence for evolution. After I quoted some of the science found in Creation magazine and the the CMI website, the university students became interested and soon we were discussing everything from ultimate truth to alternative lifestyles. Where there is a belief in evolution, there can be no logical basis for ultimate truth. I say logical because many try to mix evolution with God. This view is popular with those within the body of Christ who try to uphold a tenuous balancing act between the God of the Bible and evolution, commonly known as theistic evolution—this is illogical.