I'm curious what people who believe in evolution believe about other scientific information and how do they... I dunno how to put it... "draw the line," maybe? For instance, what do they think about life on other planets (if found, does it throw a wrench in the whole creationist theory?); dinosaurs becoming extinct by the impact of a meteor; tectonic plates and shifting (do they believe in this or are earthquakes and other disasters simply the work of God at that moment?); etc etc? I'm hoping to avoid snarks and other nonsense and am genuinely curious. I'm re-reading Billy Bryson's Short History of Nearly Everything and these questions just occured to me. In short: if creationist discount evolution, do they discount the other findings of science (gravity, orbit of the planets, supernovas, etc.)? If not, how do they explain accepting some science and not evolution?
Curious George: What to creationists believe about other scientific findings?