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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Feb 13, 2013
 
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Irony!
Because it supports your ego.
God is real, no one can rule that out, with a waive of hand.
That which can be claimed without evidence can be dismissed using that same lack of evidence.

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So you buy all the snake oil ... not surprising. No really, I expected you to use some old wive's tale so this post of yours does not surprise me in the least. But here's the thing, there are some animals that are "useless" in their niche, and somehow manage to survive in spite of it. It's well within our understanding. "Fit" does not mean it has a "purpose" in the niche, it means it can survive in that niche. Tardigrades .... the perfect example of such. They can survive in extreme environments, one where they serve absolutely no purpose at all, they just survive, and they do it so well they can be in nearly absolute zero temperatures and even survive on the edges of volcanoes, just not in the magma/lava itself mind you. But ... they don't "do" anything, except consume and reproduce ... and die of old age. So yeah, they're useless, we may one day find a use for them, such as allowing us to figure out how to transport humans through space, but all they are right now is an oddity.
So what is known as the toughest animal that exists in hostile environment has no use? Just because you don't know why they exist doesn't mean they are useless. These tough critters might be a key to discovering life on other planets. But who knows. Don't be so ignorant. Don't tell me bacteria doesn't have a purpose too. That's part of nature. Deal with it.
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<quoted text>Atheism is not a religion.
The biggest fallacy promoted by atheists is that their religion is not a religion. A religion does not require a belief in God. Atheists applaud natural selection with awe and reverence and pay homage to Charles Darwin. They worship at the feet of intellectional elites. They Deify themselves and the forces of nature to explain what they cannot comprehend.

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Ah you think some animals are useless? Don't underestimate them they can tell when danger is coming. Have you had any fish in an aquarium? They're so beautiful and they are so relaxing to look at. Do you eat fish at all? They're good for the brain.
i never even came close to saying any animals are useless. i eat fish more than any other animal. i like fresh meat that i know where it came from, so i catch all my own fish.

the point i was making was that some animals are not able to have the higher brain functions of love and caring. you are the one that excluded them...

I'm outta here...*poof*

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>i never even came close to saying any animals are useless. i eat fish more than any other animal. i like fresh meat that i know where it came from, so i catch all my own fish.
the point i was making was that some animals are not able to have the higher brain functions of love and caring. you are the one that excluded them...
I'm outta here...*poof*
Me excluded them when I am the one who says God is the entirety of the universe? which includes everything even rocks. So rocks are not capable of love and caring which means they don't have a purpose? that's your logic. You know I was referring to humans when I say maybe we are here to experience love and you misinterpret it because you don't want any kind of God beliefs.

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HTS wrote:
<quoted text>The biggest fallacy promoted by atheists is that their religion is not a religion. A religion does not require a belief in God. Atheists applaud natural selection with awe and reverence and pay homage to Charles Darwin. They worship at the feet of intellectional elites. They Deify themselves and the forces of nature to explain what they cannot comprehend.
Wow.

What a rediculous post.

Do you write for the Onion?

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Me excluded them when I am the one who says God is the entirety of the universe? which includes everything even rocks. So rocks are not capable of love and caring which means they don't have a purpose? that's your logic. You know I was referring to humans when I say maybe we are here to experience love and you misinterpret it because you don't want any kind of God beliefs.
Bye.
you said our reason for existing is love. but these poor animals don't have the ability to feel love. so you are sayi9ng they have no reason for being. poor little animals...
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Elohim wrote:
<quoted text>Atheism is not a religion.
Of course it is. It's the complete opposite of believing in God. Beliefs placed in something (that includes evolution and science)are a religion in the purest sense of the word.

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<quoted text>The biggest fallacy promoted by atheists is that their religion is not a religion. A religion does not require a belief in God. Atheists applaud natural selection with awe and reverence and pay homage to Charles Darwin. They worship at the feet of intellectional elites. They Deify themselves and the forces of nature to explain what they cannot comprehend.
Not all athieists do...look at outlaw alien..your theory is baseless....

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<quoted text>No, no they are not. only for those that are stuck in the stone-age mindset of the creator.
Then answer the question, how did the universe came into form?

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<quoted text> Then answer the question, how did the universe came into form?
Come on, idiot. At least fix up your 'cut-n-paste' question to be correct. The word is "COME" not "CAME". Moron

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Of course it is. It's the complete opposite of believing in God. Beliefs placed in something (that includes evolution and science)are a religion in the purest sense of the word.
I would think the many Millions of Christians, and those of other faiths that ALSO accept the Theory of Evolution as a viable explanation for the diversity of life on earth would disagree with your statement.

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Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Then answer the question, how did the universe came into form?
i have given the only honest answer any human can many times. why can't you accept that?

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Of course it is. It's the complete opposite of believing in God. Beliefs placed in something (that includes evolution and science)are a religion in the purest sense of the word.
recognizing verifiable facts is not a belief... not in any way. you are in way over your head...
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I would think the many Millions of Christians, and those of other faiths that ALSO accept the Theory of Evolution as a viable explanation for the diversity of life on earth would disagree with your statement.
Probably, I agree with both evolution and Creation. Both came together to create the diversity on this planet. That is the open minded approach to existence. God jump started this place, let nature take it's course and then injected advanced DNA which were Adam and Eve.
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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>recognizing verifiable facts is not a belief... not in any way. you are in way over your head...
How many scientific discoveries have been re-evaluated or debunked over the years? Plenty. Read the very first entry to this forum. If it can be debunked then it's not a FACT!
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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>i have given the only honest answer any human can many times. why can't you accept that?
"honest answer any human can" that's it in a nutshell. You are only human, how could you prove or disprove God. He's way beyond any of our comprehension. Even your all mighty science CANNOT disprove God, try as you might.

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Probably, I agree with both evolution and Creation. Both came together to create the diversity on this planet. That is the open minded approach to existence. God jump started this place, let nature take it's course and then injected advanced DNA which were Adam and Eve.
you have proof of this god jump start?

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CBOW wrote:
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Probably, I agree with both evolution and Creation. Both came together to create the diversity on this planet. That is the open minded approach to existence. God jump started this place, let nature take it's course and then injected advanced DNA which were Adam and Eve.
Except that there was no biblical 'Adam' and 'Eve'.

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How many scientific discoveries have been re-evaluated or debunked over the years? Plenty. Read the very first entry to this forum. If it can be debunked then it's not a FACT!
that is because they wer not verifiable. hence, they were not facts.

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