Restricting the question to man, what does Catholic dogma say concerning his evolution?
Too many have accepted the evolutionary theory in part or entirely for the Church to condemn it.
May not Catholics believe in creative evolution, or emergent evolution?
Of more interest to me are the dogmas concerning the formation of man. Why not admit that man has evolved out of the past?
Are there many devils?
Can you imagine a good God creating a devil?
Is the devil responsible for all sin?
Our minister told us that evil spirits are not persons, but evil thoughts, and that when Christ spoke of Satan falling like lightning from heaven (Lk. X., 18) He really saw a falling star, but lacked our present knowledge of astronomy.
Do you make him also a person rather than an influence?