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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Does the Bible Mention Dinosaurs?
Many people think that the bible doesn't talk about dinosaurs. They use this as an excuse for not believing in creation. The fact is, there are 3 animals in the bible that are unfamiliar to us. These animals are the tanniyn, behemoth and the leviathan. The bible gives a very detailed description of the behemoth and the leviathan.
then why did it take so long for the church to formally recognize hte fossiles we were finding as dinosaurs?

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Langoliers wrote:
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Does the Bible Mention Dinosaurs?
Many people think that the bible doesn't talk about dinosaurs. They use this as an excuse for not believing in creation. The fact is, there are 3 animals in the bible that are unfamiliar to us. These animals are the tanniyn, behemoth and the leviathan. The bible gives a very detailed description of the behemoth and the leviathan.
It clearly doesn't since nonavian dinosaurs have been extinct for 65 million years.

Wait, I take that back. Dinosaurs are mentioned very early in the Bible. According to the Bible they were created on the 5th day.

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WTF? How do you go from talking about the suicide rate of countries per capital, to the suicides rate of catholic priests, as proof of the suicide rate of countries.?
scienctific deduction at it's best.lol
ummm...we were talking about the nonbelievers being happier and healthier. in fact, it was you that brought up the subject about people being taught your cult faith would not have as many suicides?

can you not even remember your own posts that started this thread?

wow! I mena just wow! and you have the nerve to call me as dumb as a rock! you really can't be that stupid, can you?

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xxxooxxx wrote:
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of course teaching a false godless,souless, nihilistic "your life is nothing but the result of an interaction of chemical" view of science to kids is the way to go.
no wonder that murder and suicide rate is up so high among kids.
just in case you forgot....

movie time... outta here.

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<quoted text>We have evidence of many non physical things. love. pain. happiness.
sorry, you lose again.
have you thought about re-thinking your world view to something you can actually defend?
Your claim was that love pain and happiness were chemical processes. Which would be physical evidence, not non-physical.sorry your the one who loses.

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<quoted text>It clearly doesn't since nonavian dinosaurs have been extinct for 65 million years.

Wait, I take that back. Dinosaurs are mentioned very early in the Bible. According to the Bible they were created on the 5th day.
Or you wrong. Hmmmm tough choice

You being wrong or Christ being wrong.
Guess which way I'm going.

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<quoted text>then why did it take so long for the church to formally recognize hte fossiles we were finding as dinosaurs?
"dinosaurs" is a new science made up word. The name Dragons were used for many year before dinosaurs.

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Don't get me wrong. I have tons of rocks in my backyard. I really love rocks. Have you been to Grand Canyon? It's breathtaking!
no, but I seen pictures.(lol)

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<quoted text>like those 'real' facts you threw out that were all incorrect? sure,pal, sure...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countrie...

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Or you wrong. Hmmmm tough choice
You being wrong or Christ being wrong.
Guess which way I'm going.
Nope, I am correct. I was also correct about Jesus predicting that he would be buried the wrong amount of time.

How much do you want to bet?

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"dinosaurs" is a new science made up word. The name Dragons were used for many year before dinosaurs.
And you don't even know where the word dragon came from.

Here is a hint, it does not apply to dinosaurs.

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<quoted text>there is no evidence of any soul or spirit. none whatsoever. that too, is a myth.
Then kindly define your own sentience.

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Anyone care to explain the discrepancy in the fossil records?

I thought Neanderthals were special. But there's one particular human species that caught my attention - the rhodesian men, or the homo rhodesiensis. They lived longer than the neanderthals, spanning three pleistocene periods: lower, middle, and upper paleolithic, as early as 500,00 years and as recent as 13,000 years ago. No photos available except for one stinking black and white photo of a side view skull. The front view, only a replica of the skull. I find that very strange because there are other fossil records for much earlier fossils such as the jaw of homo habilis with a full set of teeth dating 1.75 million years ago and the earliest found skull from the miocene period!

Should I dig deeper? or should I look for more skeletons in the closet? LOL.

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Your claim was that love pain and happiness were chemical processes. Which would be physical evidence, not non-physical.sorry your the one who loses.
When did I say that? i said their effects can be measured. and yes, that would be physical evidence of love or pain.

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Anyone care to explain the discrepancy in the fossil records?
I thought Neanderthals were special. But there's one particular human species that caught my attention - the rhodesian men, or the homo rhodesiensis. They lived longer than the neanderthals, spanning three pleistocene periods: lower, middle, and upper paleolithic, as early as 500,00 years and as recent as 13,000 years ago. No photos available except for one stinking black and white photo of a side view skull. The front view, only a replica of the skull. I find that very strange because there are other fossil records for much earlier fossils such as the jaw of homo habilis with a full set of teeth dating 1.75 million years ago and the earliest found skull from the miocene period!
Should I dig deeper? or should I look for more skeletons in the closet? LOL.
Why is this a problem for you? why do you consider this a discrepency?

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Anyone care to explain the discrepancy in the fossil records?
I thought Neanderthals were special. But there's one particular human species that caught my attention - the rhodesian men, or the homo rhodesiensis. They lived longer than the neanderthals, spanning three pleistocene periods: lower, middle, and upper paleolithic, as early as 500,00 years and as recent as 13,000 years ago. No photos available except for one stinking black and white photo of a side view skull. The front view, only a replica of the skull. I find that very strange because there are other fossil records for much earlier fossils such as the jaw of homo habilis with a full set of teeth dating 1.75 million years ago and the earliest found skull from the miocene period!
Should I dig deeper? or should I look for more skeletons in the closet? LOL.
What discrepancy?

Could you be a little clearer?

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Then kindly define your own sentience.
the electrical impulses in my brain.

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<quoted text>Why is this a problem for you? why do you consider this a discrepency?
Because unlike you, I'm being rational. You have evidence?

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What discrepancy?
Could you be a little clearer?
Do you have evidence for the rhodesian species?

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>the electrical impulses in my brain.
Yeah right, just electrochemical interactions! The answer still does not define sentience, ie your own ability to think and reason.

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