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Originally posted by deesw
Have you stopped to realize that millions of people throughout history have been killed in the name of Jesus Christ? I guess that all of those people were wrong.
Or have you stopped to think that if the Moon was just a few feet closer to us that the Earth could not sustain life, or that if the waters on this earth contained one more molecule of oxygen or hydrogen that we would also perish. Have you stopped to think that if we were any closer to the sun, or farther away this planet could not sustain life.
According to evolution, a large cloud of gas accidently exploding, accidently building planet Earth, accidently filling it with H2O, accidently making the Sun, accidently then made single celled organisms, then they accidently evolved into multicellular organisms, then they accidently grew fins and learned mobility, then they accidently grew legs and crawled up out of the oceans, then accidently stood upright to better serve themselves on land, then accidently became intelligent and ultimately became masters of all the Earth. That is a serious chain of accidents.
Remember, if you believe in God and are wrong, what have you lost? If you were right then you've gained eternity.
Thoughts are a result of chemicals,,,,,,, give me a break. That is quite possibly the dumbest thing I have ever heard.
None, as im not well-versed in the theories of abiogenesis. A natural explanation is still better than a supernatural one, im sure you could agree with that.
Originally posted by mattison0922
Please. Abiogenesis theories attempt to explain how life got here, and do a very poor job of it. What abiogenesis theories would you care to discuss?
I couldnt find it, I believe I read it from a gallup poll, I checked the site and dont feel like signing up for 30 dollars.
2. The majority of evolutionists are theists.
Don't know where you got this info from, but I'd really appreciate seeing the source.
You could dicuss it with them if you want. www.talkorigins.org
I'd appreciate being able to discuss this topic with someone who's actually read the PRIMARY refs. contained at TO. I have.
Originally posted by Countermeasures
Lets just say I am not sure and for the time being I search my God through science rather than one of the holy scriptures, I don't think the two are mutually exclusive...
[edit on 23-1-2005 by Countermeasures]
Originally posted by Nygdan
Similarly, FF, why are some staunch creationists
afraid to admit that there might not be physical
evidence for god's involvment in the world?
Surely god doesn't need to leave evidence no?
Originally posted by saint4God
Originally posted by MemoryShock
If god created everything, who created god?
*shrugging* God only knows who created Him.
Originally posted by abigail
As a creationist.......nothing will make me believe evolution. You asked, I answered. Sometimes people just have to learn to agree to disagree and move on.
Originally posted by ThatsJustWeird
However it doesn't explain how that life started in the first place....
If you want a creationist to believe that we came to be because of evolution, you're going to have to do a much better job explaining how life was formed in the first place (and why/how did that life decide to multiply into the millions of other species)