Scientists study foes' ways at Creati...

Scientists study foes' ways at Creation Museum

There are 7 comments on the Kentucky.com story from Jun 25, 2009, titled Scientists study foes' ways at Creation Museum. In it, Kentucky.com reports that:

In a dimly lit corner of the Creation Museum stands a life-size replica of a wrecking ball labeled "Millions of Years" demolishing the facade of a brick church.

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jtwallace

Charlotte, NC

#1 Jun 25, 2009
When I was a child, I used to wonder about how we evolved from apes to the point we are today. I thought that if God was in charge of the Universe, then it was up to US to carry on and to behave and live with the laws set down by the Ten Commandments. I never questioned either parts of this belief. In later years, I still don't have a problem with it. What is, is. What ain't, ain't. So be it.
Jerry

AOL

#2 Jul 8, 2009
Ignorance is bliss.
jtwallace wrote:
When I was a child, I used to wonder about how we evolved from apes to the point we are today. I thought that if God was in charge of the Universe, then it was up to US to carry on and to behave and live with the laws set down by the Ten Commandments. I never questioned either parts of this belief. In later years, I still don't have a problem with it. What is, is. What ain't, ain't. So be it.
curious joe

Winder, GA

#3 Jan 12, 2010
would living by the ten commandments solve todays' problems?
funny

Bowling Green, KY

#4 Jan 13, 2010
curious joe wrote:
would living by the ten commandments solve todays' problems?
oh yeah definitely, organized religion always makes things better /end sarcasm
curious joe

Winder, GA

#5 Jan 13, 2010
funny, nothing was said about organized religion. please consider what i said and then, give me your reply. thank you for your response.
CommonSensor

Cincinnati, OH

#6 Jan 17, 2010
curious joe wrote:
would living by the ten commandments solve todays' problems?
It would help a little. First it would get rid of christians, and that would be a good start. The whole Jesus worshiping thing, it is problematic as well as all the idols the churches have sitting around. But like the last guy said, it would do nothing for all the wars that are going on. Organized religion loves those, and the bible can't get enough of them. So the 6th commandment, the murder one, won't save the millions killed by warfare.
happyman

AOL

#7 Jan 29, 2010
i love god

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