posted on Nov, 24 2002 @ 09:19 AM
I don't know why so many people who claim to be Christians are so against evolution. No, evolution isn't completely right, but it's not a terrible
theory. I use to think it was, until I took a class on Anthropology.
In truth, even the Pope said that evolution wasn't a terrible idea. He didn't make it a doctrine, but he didn't say that Darwin should go to hell,
either... perhaps an earlier Pope did, but many of the past Popes were completely corrupt.
As a Chrisitian, do you know that most Christian churches actually embrace much of evolution, but still leave the Big Bang and quite a few of the
details up to God.
I want to make a quick side point... time didn't begin until the second day I don't believe, so anything before "time" gives the ability for
anything to happen in the "first day." Besides, just because the Earth was made in 6 days, before God threw a BBQ on the 7th, doesn't mean that we
are basing time off of Earth days either. If the universe does rotate (which we're not sure of yet), then a day might be a complete rotation of the
universe, or something similar to that. Don't be afraid of timing and don't judge your religion or its validity based on something as minute as the
Earth being created in 6 Earth days.
I'm just trying to give you a heads up for all of those who don't seem to know these simple facts. I'm against Religion Analness.
Does anyone really want to argue this point logically? Go ahead, but be sure you have facts to back up your opinion/statements.