Evolution vs. Creation

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High school senior Zack Kopplin is leading the fight to repeal the Louisiana Science Education Act of 2008.

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<quoted text>No, it uses verifiable, repeatable experiments and evidence. meaning you get the same results and answers no matter which reference you use or who does the experiment.
again, it would behoove you to not try and debunk things you clearly do not understand...
well there is again...you claim to know more about religion than religion does.lol

It's alright for you to try to "debunk" religion, but applying the very same standard to your ideology is taboo?

like I said double standards on your part that are quite obvious.

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Star trek...a modern day mythical story of science...(just to name one...there are hundreds)
It's fun to keep this in mind when watching movies like Jurassic Park...and other SF...gives it a whole new dimension.lol
You know it doesn't matter if it's fiction or not anymore, it's what connects us all right? lol

I'm still wondering what book you used for the game.

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<quoted text> Some body mentioned a flat earth which i countered, using Isaiah 40 verse 22.
No, you didn't.

"It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in:"

NEWS FLASH: a "circle" is a flat, two-dimensional object.

You never even took basic geometry, did you?

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<quoted text>yes, fiction. just like the bible.
you are making progress!
yes there are parables in the bible that should not be taken literally.

at least your not denying that science has mythological stories no more...your the one making progress...lol

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well there is again...you claim to know more about religion than religion does.lol
It's alright for you to try to "debunk" religion, but applying the very same standard to your ideology is taboo?
like I said double standards on your part that are quite obvious.
yet i know about religion. more than most people here that claim to be believers, it seems.

see the difference?

Again, you need to know what you are talking about , then post.

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You know it doesn't matter if it's fiction or not anymore, it's what connects us all right? lol
I'm still wondering what book you used for the game.
if I told you that...it might narrow it down to much...lol

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<quoted text>No, you didn't.
"It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in:"
NEWS FLASH: a "circle" is a flat, two-dimensional object.
You never even took basic geometry, did you?
The perils of home schooling.
And then there is the divine guidance that told the church that the Earth was the center of the universe. they were told that by god, they said...

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<quoted text>yet i know about religion. more than most people here that claim to be believers, it seems.
see the difference?
Again, you need to know what you are talking about , then post.
No you don't know anything about religion if you couldn't even make a sound interpretation of the word.

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yes there are parables in the bible that should not be taken literally.
at least your not denying that science has mythological stories no more...your the one making progress...lol
What stories are mythological in science? I never said that.

so who decides how to interpret the figurative parts? i already covered the theological mess that creates and how the given answer from your cult has already been proven wrong..

catch up!

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<quoted text>yet i know about religion. more than most people here that claim to be believers, it seems.
see the difference?
Again, you need to know what you are talking about , then post.
you know nothing about faith, or the belief in God...the foundation of religion...by your own admission you neither have faith, or believe in God...but yet claim to be an expert on the subjects...funny.
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<quoted text>And then there is the divine guidance that told the church that the Earth was the center of the universe. they were told that by god, they said...
cults are fun!
Impressive woodtick57! Just think, no cult told you to say anything. Nice job.

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No you don't know anything about religion if you couldn't even make a sound interpretation of the word.
in fact, i have repeatedly shown i seem to know more about it than the people here that claim to be believers.

most studies show that atheists, freethinkers, non-beleivers, know more about religion than most people who claim to be adherents to said religion.

as i stated earlier, learning about religion is one of the surest ways to create nonbelievers. this is why all relgions have resisted educated the masses about their religion. historical fact.

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you know nothing about faith, or the belief in God...the foundation of religion...by your own admission you neither have faith, or believe in God...but yet claim to be an expert on the subjects...funny.
i certainly understand the concepts,a dn i know religion, which is what we are talking about.

yes, I have studied the history of the belief in god. in many gods. this is where i draw my comments about the cult-like nature of relgigions.

if you can show where my knowledge of these are in error, please do so. you seem to have been trying for a while now and have not done it once.

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Alien Outlaw wrote:
<quoted text>Impressive woodtick57! Just think, no cult told you to say anything. Nice job.
now i'm rethinking my answer...

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<quoted text>Given. where's yours?
Given what?
When?

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Woody, do you think scientists don't believe in higher intelligence?

Listen to Dawkins and Tyson:

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>And then there is the divine guidance that told the church that the Earth was the center of the universe. they were told that by god, they said...
cults are fun!
Ptolemaic minds in a Copernican world.

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<quoted text> Given what?
When?
given proof that theres isn't one shred of evidence for any god, gods or goddesses. many times.

where's your proof of your god? why can't you provide that?

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>And then there is the divine guidance that told the church that the Earth was the center of the universe. they were told that by god, they said...
cults are fun!
actually, the universe has no center...so anywhere can be an arbitrary center...

The statement that the earth is the center of the universe...is a subjective truth.

The same as anywhere can be a starting point of a circle.

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Cybele wrote:
Woody, do you think scientists don't believe in higher intelligence?
Listen to Dawkins and Tyson:
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
i am quite aware some do. why do you ask?

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