Why are white christians against evol...

Why are white christians against evolution?

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science teacher

Paragould, AR

#1 Nov 18, 2012
Is it beacause it means we all descended from blacks in Africa?

We did you know.
here is reality

Pineville, AR

#2 Nov 18, 2012
science teacher wrote:
Is it beacause it means we all descended from blacks in Africa?
We did you know.
If you are a science teacher you should be fired, No proof that the first Homosapeins were black, what a Bozo you are!
Most scientists currently recognize some 15 to 20 different species of early humans. Scientists do not all agree, however, about how these species are related or which ones simply died out. Many early human species -- certainly the majority of them – left no living descendants. Scientists also debate over how to identify and classify particular species of early humans, and about what factors influenced the evolution and extinction of each species.

Early humans first migrated out of Africa into Asia probably between 2 million and 1.8 million years ago. They entered Europe somewhat later, between 1.5 million and 1 million years. Species of modern humans populated many parts of the world much later. For instance, people first came to Australia probably within the past 60,000 years and to the Americas within the past 30,000 years or so. The beginnings of agriculture and the rise of the first civilizations occurred within the past 12,000 years.
science teacher

Paragould, AR

#3 Nov 18, 2012
here is reality wrote:
<quoted text> If you are a science teacher you should be fired, No proof that the first Homosapeins were black, what a Bozo you are!
Most scientists currently recognize some 15 to 20 different species of early humans. Scientists do not all agree, however, about how these species are related or which ones simply died out. Many early human species -- certainly the majority of them – left no living descendants. Scientists also debate over how to identify and classify particular species of early humans, and about what factors influenced the evolution and extinction of each species.
Early humans first migrated out of Africa into Asia probably between 2 million and 1.8 million years ago. They entered Europe somewhat later, between 1.5 million and 1 million years. Species of modern humans populated many parts of the world much later. For instance, people first came to Australia probably within the past 60,000 years and to the Americas within the past 30,000 years or so. The beginnings of agriculture and the rise of the first civilizations occurred within the past 12,000 years.
You claim to provide reality and call me a bozo, and then you provide false statements, irrelevant facts and an invalid argument.

D- for effort.
guest

Paragould, AR

#4 Nov 18, 2012
Technically, it's impossible to know exactly what the first true humans looked like, but since the first people originated from Africa and lived in a very tropic climate, they were most likely dark skinned. I don't know necessarily if they were black, but they definetley were not white.
guest

United States

#5 Nov 18, 2012
I know some blacks look a lot like monkeys and some monkeys act a lot like humans. Evolution is something Darwin came up with as a theory, not a fact. He didn't even believe it.
Nope

Pineville, AR

#6 Nov 19, 2012
science teacher wrote:
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You claim to provide reality and call me a bozo, and then you provide false statements, irrelevant facts and an invalid argument.
D- for effort.
You get an F and are a fake ,since as the Bozo you are you have not shown any proof that the origins of the human race were all dark pigmented. I doubt thaT YOU EVEN GRADUATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL because you are so dumb .
Tell us where you teach so I can immediately lodge a complaint about your complete incompetence.
Nothing false about the statements so now you are such a moron as to dispute experts in the field of Paleontology?
try this

Pineville, AR

#7 Nov 19, 2012
Jablonski, now chairman of the anthropology department at the California Academy of Sciences, begins by assuming that our earliest ancestors had fair skin just like chimpanzees, our closest biological relatives. Between 4.5 million and 2 million years ago, early humans moved from the rain forest and onto the East African savanna. Once on the savanna, they not only had to cope with more exposure to the sun, but they also had to work harder to gather food. Mammalian brains are particularly vulnerable to overheating: A change of only five or six degrees can cause a heatstroke. So our ancestors had to develop a better cooling system.

The answer was sweat, which dissipates heat through evaporation. Early humans probably had few sweat glands, like chimpanzees, and those were mainly located on the palms of their hands and the bottoms of their feet. Occasionally, however, individuals were born with more glands than usual. The more they could sweat, the longer they could forage before the heat forced them back into the shade. The more they could forage, the better their chances of having healthy offspring and of passing on their sweat glands to future generations.
whatssamattau

United States

#8 Nov 19, 2012
science teacher wrote:
Is it beacause it means we all descended from blacks in Africa?
We did you know.
Whatta ye mean we, palefare.
guest

United States

#9 Nov 19, 2012
try this wrote:
Jablonski, now chairman of the anthropology department at the California Academy of Sciences, begins by assuming that our earliest ancestors had fair skin just like chimpanzees, our closest biological relatives. Between 4.5 million and 2 million years ago, early humans moved from the rain forest and onto the East African savanna. Once on the savanna, they not only had to cope with more exposure to the sun, but they also had to work harder to gather food. Mammalian brains are particularly vulnerable to overheating: A change of only five or six degrees can cause a heatstroke. So our ancestors had to develop a better cooling system.
The answer was sweat, which dissipates heat through evaporation. Early humans probably had few sweat glands, like chimpanzees, and those were mainly located on the palms of their hands and the bottoms of their feet. Occasionally, however, individuals were born with more glands than usual. The more they could sweat, the longer they could forage before the heat forced them back into the shade. The more they could forage, the better their chances of having healthy offspring and of passing on their sweat glands to future generations.
Chimps are not our relatives. God created them as he created man.

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#10 Nov 19, 2012
It is because we are smart.
whatssamattau

United States

#11 Nov 19, 2012
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Chimps are not our relatives. God created them as he created man.
If man came from apes ,why did some apes get left behind.
guest

Gregory, AR

#12 Nov 19, 2012
whatssamattau wrote:
<quoted text>If man came from apes ,why did some apes get left behind.
Apparently they have...in Tupelo, Mississippi. Educate yourself.

http://www.evolutionfaq.com/faq/if-man-evolve...
watsamattau

United States

#13 Nov 19, 2012
I have read most of the bible.Where else would you find the information.Most of these people are just stating their opinion.
guest

Gregory, AR

#14 Nov 19, 2012
watsamattau wrote:
I have read most of the bible.Where else would you find the information.Most of these people are just stating their opinion.
That's kind of like wiping half your ass. You still have shit stains in your underwear. I gave you a link. You aren't even capable of discerning the difference between opinion and fact. No one is this dumb troll.
watsamattau

United States

#15 Nov 20, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>That's kind of like wiping half your ass. You still have shit stains in your underwear. I gave you a link. You aren't even capable of discerning the difference between opinion and fact. No one is this dumb troll.
Just an opinion.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16 Nov 20, 2012
science teacher wrote:
Is it beacause it means we all descended from blacks in Africa?
We did you know.
first thing first....you are an idiot lol all Christians are against evolution and second why are you referring to blacks as primates do you not think that is racist....evolution is the theory that we descended from apes not Africans...where do you teach science because I need my kids learning facts not paranoia
guest

United States

#17 Nov 20, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>first thing first....you are an idiot lol all Christians are against evolution and second why are you referring to blacks as primates do you not think that is racist....evolution is the theory that we descended from apes not Africans...where do you teach science because I need my kids learning facts not paranoia
I beg to differ not all Christians will agree with your statement. There were humans on earth before Adam. Where esle would Cain get a wife from a differnt land. Adam wasn't the first man. He was the first man created in God's image. One of Isac's sons was said to be a hairy man. I don't think this meant he had a beard. I know alot of Christians that believe in evalution
ummm

Paragould, AR

#18 Nov 20, 2012
guest wrote:
I know some blacks look a lot like monkeys and some monkeys act a lot like humans. Evolution is something Darwin came up with as a theory, not a fact. He didn't even believe it.
Evoution is a scientific theory. In science, everything doesn't rise to the level of theory. They use that word differently than common usage. In science, theory is as good as it gets. Electricity is a theory. Gravity is a theory. Relativity is a theory. Evolution is a theory. "Creation science" isn't. Also, Darwin believed that evolution is true. Why don't you say something true next time?
ummm

Paragould, AR

#19 Nov 20, 2012
whatssamattau wrote:
<quoted text>If man came from apes ,why did some apes get left behind.
We didn't come from the apes that exist now. They have been evolving just the same. Humans and apes have a common ancestor.
watsamattau

United States

#20 Nov 21, 2012
ummm wrote:
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Evoution is a scientific theory. In science, everything doesn't rise to the level of theory. They use that word differently than common usage. In science, theory is as good as it gets. Electricity is a theory. Gravity is a theory. Relativity is a theory. Evolution is a theory. "Creation science" isn't. Also, Darwin believed that evolution is true. Why don't you say something true next time?
You are right creation science is not a theory.

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