Again, just because science doesn't know everything, doesn't mean there are not things that ARE known. I'm talking about geological records of the Grand Canyon, not the origins of life. Those facts are not something taken "on faith".<quoted text>
Untill science can recreate what they say happened at the beginning of life, then that part you must take by faith, no matter how much you wish you were right.
if they can make a rock into a human ,dog,anything living ,ill throw my bible away,and agree with you.
I don't care what you do with your bible. I don't care what you believe. When you claim that acknowledgment of scientific facts is the same as your faith in the bible, that is when I have a problem, because it is not a true statement.