When I first viewed the Grand Canyon in 1963 it left a incredible impression on me. I knew at an early age this canyon took millions of years to be created. The Bible by the way doesnít list the age of the Earth. I went back in 1996 with the family and it was just as beautiful.<quoted text>Yes, Kentucky the home of the Creation Museum. When given a free tour a noted biologists after seeing the displays of young children playing with velociraptors, commented, "The only thing missing here is the baba dab doooo" Only in the bible belt.
It is the Atheist that try with little success to hold believers to this ridiculous 1960ís version of the Earths age (6000 years). We are no longer in the 1950ís and 60ís Doctor.
I believe in evolution on a microbiological level. Thereís no denying it. But the proof that man evolved is mostly imaginary science in my opinion. And I donít care what others think about my view.
Out of all the science disciplines. Evolution is the only one with an enforcement arm. If you donít accept it as fact even though it is taught as a theory you will fail your class. In many cases lose your job if you are working in a science related field.
You can disagree with any other science and be totally accepted. But if you question Evolution you are going to be introduced to the East German Police. Dragged out into the hall and beat nearly to death.
Well Evolutionist are going to have to beat my a** because I donít accept something by force nor by imaginary science. The Atheist have the audacity to point the finger at believers for believing by Faith.
When it comes down to it Atheist have more faith than believers. Because they take the word of some marijuana induced dope head that says man evolved. If you ever look past all the hype and look at real proof itís pretty damn scarce on man evolving.