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john and paul

Murray, KY

#1 Apr 6, 2013
Everyone that gets on Topix needs to read this book!
Anton

Tucker, GA

#2 Apr 6, 2013
The Satanic Bible is a good read.
Paul

United States

#3 Apr 6, 2013
So is Spider-Man comics.
Trust and Obey

Murray, KY

#4 Apr 6, 2013
Everyone needs to read the Bible because it could change your life for the better!
Paul

United States

#5 Apr 7, 2013
Or they could start stoning people to death for the everyday Sins we commit everyday just like they did in the bible!!!!
Read

Nashville, TN

#6 Apr 7, 2013
I don't read fiction.
Jim D

Benton, KY

#7 Apr 7, 2013
I would just like somebody to prove that there is in fact a god.

People go around wanting you to believe there is.

A little proof would help your case greatly.
crazy people

Miami, FL

#8 Apr 7, 2013
They can't prove it... all they have is their jibber-jabber... and of course they will say yes it's true, read the Bible!!! But, the Bible is a hoax and one day it will be proven so.
God

Murray, KY

#9 Apr 9, 2013
crazy people wrote:
They can't prove it... all they have is their jibber-jabber... and of course they will say yes it's true, read the Bible!!! But, the Bible is a hoax and one day it will be proven so.
You are WRONG!!!!! 100% wrong!!!!
crazy people

Miami, FL

#10 Apr 10, 2013
God wrote:
<quoted text> You are WRONG!!!!! 100% wrong!!!!
If I am wrong prove me wrong... but, you can't.
Dill Doe

Tucker, GA

#11 Apr 10, 2013
I had that Santa Claus in the back of my taxi once..
Proof

Kirksey, KY

#12 Apr 11, 2013
Jim D wrote:
I would just like somebody to prove that there is in fact a god.
People go around wanting you to believe there is.
A little proof would help your case greatly.
turn your hand over and take a good look, what an ingenious creation, look around outside at the flowers, take a minute to smell them, look at a child's face... What more proof do you need? Evolution you say? If we evolved from apes, why aren't all the apes turning into men? Maybe we slithered out of the muck as tadpoles, why aren't we turning into frogs instead of men?

Since: Oct 09

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#13 Apr 11, 2013
Proof wrote:
<quoted text> turn your hand over and take a good look, what an ingenious creation, look around outside at the flowers, take a minute to smell them, look at a child's face... What more proof do you need?
Most non-believers would need a little more than something that looks cute or smells good.
Proof wrote:
<quoted text>Evolution you say? If we evolved from apes, why aren't all the apes turning into men? Maybe we slithered out of the muck as tadpoles, why aren't we turning into frogs instead of men?
What you are describing has nothing to do with the theory of common descent. See, you got too much of a "magic make it go poof" idea of speciation and not accounting for the effects of millions of years of genetic drift, isolation, migration, and mutation.
Nearly Every Time

Benton, KY

#14 Apr 11, 2013
Anonymous Keyboard Tapper wrote:
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Most non-believers would need a little more than something that looks cute or smells good.
<quoted text>
What you are describing has nothing to do with the theory of common descent. See, you got too much of a "magic make it go poof" idea of speciation and not accounting for the effects of millions of years of genetic drift, isolation, migration, and mutation.
As much as I've disagreed with you, good sumeration of facts. Most people can't or won't try to understand what's the heck went on in this world before two thousand years ago.

Although I'd sometimes like to think that it started with two but still needed tweaking and honing to get humans right. Case in point. If the earliest pictures of people that are so ugly, surely a thousand years before pictures, people were much more ugly and hairy. It just stands to reason that people evolved out of the abiss and here we are.

I'm not your biggest fan, but please she'd some more light.
Nearly Every Time

Benton, KY

#15 Apr 11, 2013
Shed some more light.

Since: Feb 13

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#16 Apr 11, 2013
Nearly Every Time wrote:
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As much as I've disagreed with you, good sumeration of facts. Most people can't or won't try to understand what's the heck went on in this world before two thousand years ago.
Although I'd sometimes like to think that it started with two but still needed tweaking and honing to get humans right. Case in point. If the earliest pictures of people that are so ugly, surely a thousand years before pictures, people were much more ugly and hairy. It just stands to reason that people evolved out of the abiss and here we are.
I'm not your biggest fan, but please she'd some more light.
There are several excellent books on evolution that serve as primers for the general public. You can pick up one for a song on Amazon. That's not even considering what's available on the internet. I would recommend one of Donald Johanson's books, but I'm sure there are several other excellent books to choose from. Most people are afraid of being exposed to the knowledge that exists of how Homo Sapiens came to be. They would rather repeat distortions they have heard elsewhere.

Since: Oct 09

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#17 Apr 11, 2013
Nearly Every Time wrote:
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Although I'd sometimes like to think that it started with two but still needed tweaking and honing to get humans right. Case in point. If the earliest pictures of people that are so ugly, surely a thousand years before pictures, people were much more ugly and hairy. It just stands to reason that people evolved out of the abyss and here we are..
Well, that particular example would be suspect. That folks in older photographs look like they have been beaten with the ugly stick probably has more to do with the effects of nutrition and childhood diseases, and probably in more than a few instances, actual beatings with a stick.

Small pox was especially disfiguring and it was the immunity provided by the much milder cowpox that made the "8 maids a milking" such a desirable thing in the Twelve Days of Christmas. Throw in some measles, mumps and a few other things we no longer have to deal with and people can start looking a little rough if they live long enough.
Nearly Every Time

Benton, KY

#18 Apr 11, 2013
Anonymous Keyboard Tapper wrote:
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Well, that particular example would be suspect. That folks in older photographs look like they have been beaten with the ugly stick probably has more to do with the effects of nutrition and childhood diseases, and probably in more than a few instances, actual beatings with a stick.
Small pox was especially disfiguring and it was the immunity provided by the much milder cowpox that made the "8 maids a milking" such a desirable thing in the Twelve Days of Christmas. Throw in some measles, mumps and a few other things we no longer have to deal with and people can start looking a little rough if they live long enough.
Let me ask you this then.

How do educate the masses without banter.
Nearly Every Time

Benton, KY

#19 Apr 11, 2013
And you know me
Best answer I can give

Miami, FL

#20 Apr 11, 2013
Proof wrote:
<quoted text> turn your hand over and take a good look, what an ingenious creation, look around outside at the flowers, take a minute to smell them, look at a child's face... What more proof do you need? Evolution you say? If we evolved from apes, why aren't all the apes turning into men? Maybe we slithered out of the muck as tadpoles, why aren't we turning into frogs instead of men?
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