Evolution vs. Creation

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#78216 Mar 2, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>yes, you are wrong.
Ok then on what part?
When you returned to posting after an absence I asked if you were up here "Grand Marais" you replied that you were still in the cities. You later takes about you heading north to Brained for a reunion. You also stated in the past that you only live up here in the winter time and return to the cities in the summer time.

Are you up here now? Could be but truly nothing I stated was wrong.

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#78217 Mar 2, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>they, too, are a different and separate species.
from what?

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#78218 Mar 2, 2013
xxxooxxx wrote:
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sorry I'm not...you can make up any arbitrary category you want based on similarities, and list humans under it...
you a fish as well...your inanimate matter....if you think that life began that way.
Their all arbitrary concepts.
your cult also believes humans came from inanimate matter...

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St. Croix valley

#78219 Mar 2, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
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"The Psalms confirm creation
Other books in the Bible, like the Psalms, confirm the Genesis account of the human creation. Consider the human eye. We may ask, who designed the first eye? How could the eye possibly be the product of an accidental mutation? How could aeons of gradual change produce an eye—an astoundingly complex organ that needs all of its highly integrated parts to function?
The psalmist gives the credit to God. "He who planted the ear, shall He not hear? He who formed the eye, shall He not see?" (Psalm 94:9).
What did King David say about his own origins? "I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made" (Psalm 139:14). He attributed his existence directly to God and went on to describe how the Creator knew all of his parts even while he was in his mother's womb (verses 15-16).
David asked the crucial question: "What is man that You are mindful of Him ...? You made him a little lower than the angels ..." (Psalm 8:4-5). He goes on to tell us how man has been given rule over the earth, including the flora and the fauna (verses 6-8).
Columnist Mark Steyn, writing in the British Spectator, said this pivotal passage "accurately conveys the central feature of our world—our dominion over pretty much everything else out there." He adds that the writer of this psalm "captured the essence of our reality better than your average geneticist" ("O Come, All Ye Faithless," Dec. 17, 2005)."
if youe were to actually look at the real world around you, you would see that there are millions of types of eyes, from simple light sensing organds to eyes far more comples than the human eye.

why would your mythical god not give his favored creatures the best eye he could design and instead give it to a little shrimp?

your psalms, like the rest of your cult book does not reflect teh real world you could see with your own eyes accurately or honestly...

““You must not lose faith ”

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#78220 Mar 2, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
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Take that up with God.
He says he did create Adam.
And something that atheist love to over look. Just like the Bible claims it is totally possible to create Eve from a rib from Adam. And the Rib used is the only bone known to regrow completely if removed. Interesting not bad for goat herders.
Interesting read, of on an entirely different track and bibliography:
http://vridar.wordpress.com/2010/06/20/which-...
Adam has cognates in surrounding languages all pointing to a bimorph male/female fertilify and fecundity god(dess).
Havva (M.hbr.Khava) means 'wide/broad birth' and adam 'fertile/fecundity ground'.
Tsela can mean taking from anything of the body, also the womb f.i.

Ah well, we read up and know this.
It's not to be taken literary.

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St. Croix valley

#78221 Mar 2, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
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Ok then on what part?
When you returned to posting after an absence I asked if you were up here "Grand Marais" you replied that you were still in the cities. You later takes about you heading north to Brained for a reunion. You also stated in the past that you only live up here in the winter time and return to the cities in the summer time.
Are you up here now? Could be but truly nothing I stated was wrong.
yes, we travel in the winter when i am not working. you should try it. yes, hovland is our winter home, afton is our summer home.

we're on our way to chicago now after coming back from AZ. anything else you would like to know?

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#78222 Mar 2, 2013
xxxooxxx wrote:
<quoted text>so apes aren't related to the monkeys?
Science love the word "species" it gives them all the wiggle room they need.

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#78223 Mar 2, 2013
KittenKoder wrote:
<quoted text>What? Do babies know how to write the moment they are born in your fantasy land?
No kitty, but Adam knew from the moment he was created. He knew his full language.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#78224 Mar 2, 2013
xxxooxxx wrote:
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so apes aren't related to the monkeys?
No, they are related, just as you are.

““You must not lose faith ”

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#78225 Mar 2, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
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"If we started writing 5K years ago, we would have had to exist before that time."
No not at all true.
This get's so tiresome. Don't opine!
The rules of debate state that you then have to forward reasons and if at all possible with sources and based on science.(since that is what we aim for here. A different kind of un-sciency theological debate can be had or other threads.)

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Everett, WA

#78226 Mar 2, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
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Live and learn Ticky!
http://www.scoliosis.org/resources/medicalupd...
Read your own article. They do not remove the entire rib, they remove a piece of it.

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#78227 Mar 2, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
Evolution, the evidence is there in all the fossils and skeletons we see found every day.
"The fossil record, however, is quite incomplete. Here's one major reason why: Sediment has to cover an organism's remains in order for the long fossilization process to begin. Most organisms decompose before this can happen. Fossilization odds increase if the organism happened to exist in large numbers or lived in or around sediment. For example, trilobites, ancient marine arthropods, met both criteria, so they're rather common fossils. The Tyrannosaurus rex, however, is far rarer. It was large and land-dwelling, and as a top predator made up a far smaller percentage of the population."

http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmenta...

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#78228 Mar 2, 2013
KittenKoder wrote:
<quoted text>Addressed already, debunked, and completely humiliated. You should catch up.
debunked:

1)a: what one does if they wake up next to KittenKoder.

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#78229 Mar 2, 2013
KittenKoder wrote:
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So now you are reading words into my posts. You are hallucinating, your delusion is advancing, get help.
ah...scienctific thinking at it's best...the reality of the situation is, that if anyone question your programmed concepts, they are hallucinating and delusional...and need psychological help?
Whatever happened to "science welcomes scrutiny"...lol

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#78230 Mar 2, 2013
I hope some of your minds are evolving.

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#78231 Mar 2, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>if youe were to actually look at the real world around you, you would see that there are millions of types of eyes, from simple light sensing organds to eyes far more comples than the human eye.

why would your mythical god not give his favored creatures the best eye he could design and instead give it to a little shrimp?

your psalms, like the rest of your cult book does not reflect teh real world you could see with your own eyes accurately or honestly...
Is the word Cult suppose to be an insult?

cult\ˈkəlt\
noun
Usage: often attributive
1 : formal religious veneration : worship
2 : a system of religious beliefs and ritual:

"why would your mythical god not give his favored creatures the best eye he could design and instead give it to a little shrimp?"

God created man in his own image.

That's why we don't have wings and gills too.

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St. Croix valley

#78232 Mar 2, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
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No kitty, but Adam knew from the moment he was created. He knew his full language.
But not how to write? what a tool!

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#78233 Mar 2, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
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Easy enough.
Q: When the ribs grow back after surgery, do they actually form new rib bone and reconnect to the spine, and how long does it take for this to happen?
A: Yes, the ribs do grow back, forming a new rib. This takes approximately two to three months.
http://www.scoliosis.org/resources/medicalupd...
Once again you failed. They cut out a piece of the rib. The same thing can be done with other bones too. The rib is not unique in this aspect. If you remove the entire rib I do not think you will find an article from a non-creatard medical source that claims it will grow back.

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#78234 Mar 2, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
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"The fossil record, however, is quite incomplete. Here's one major reason why: Sediment has to cover an organism's remains in order for the long fossilization process to begin. Most organisms decompose before this can happen. Fossilization odds increase if the organism happened to exist in large numbers or lived in or around sediment. For example, trilobites, ancient marine arthropods, met both criteria, so they're rather common fossils. The Tyrannosaurus rex, however, is far rarer. It was large and land-dwelling, and as a top predator made up a far smaller percentage of the population."
http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmenta...
Of course it is incomplete And you gave the reason why. It still supports only the theory of evolution. It does not support creation at all.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#78235 Mar 2, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
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Is the word Cult suppose to be an insult?
cult\ˈkəlt\
noun
Usage: often attributive
1 : formal religious veneration : worship
2 : a system of religious beliefs and ritual:
"why would your mythical god not give his favored creatures the best eye he could design and instead give it to a little shrimp?"
God created man in his own image.
That's why we don't have wings and gills too.
No, the word cult is an accurate description of religion.

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