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Tyrannosaurus rex was a vegetarian before Adam and Eve bit into that sin-inducing apple.
I note that immediately before replying to me you castigated someone else for not reading an article.
Originally posted by really reply to post by Bunken DrumCriticism of the museum is FREE Speech. That's the point of free speech. One side makes a point another a counter-point. If you take the museum as symbolic speech then the article is the counter-point to it.
I know there's something huge somewhere about the fact that that war rears its head all over society today, I just haven't found the right way to sum it up.
"Stories" being the operative word.
Well they better get used to it cause there are a lot of dissimilar thoughts and stories for almost any topic.
That sounds like you're advocating people being kept ignorant. If so, please explain how "out of trouble" in the short term equates to their best interests in the long term.
Control has a purpose to keep the young and unwise out of trouble.
Please define "weak". Do you mean physically not as powerful as lumberjacks, or emotionally weak?
One reason the scientists think alike. They are the ones that are the weakest of humans as they herd together like the wildebeest to strengthen their theories while the rest of humanity interprets their words as foolishness.
Originally posted by max.is.awake
The Bible says God made man from earth which coincides with the whole amoeba microbe theory. And in case no one knows there are numerous times where the Bible says man and is referring to mankind. Adam is generic like John Doe and Eve is generic like Jane Doe so we do not have to worry about any inbreeding going on in the Book of Genesis except for Lot and his daughters after the flood but from what I read they were just a couple of ho's and Lot was passed out drunk. ANYHOO, so yea considering God is capable of using the Big Bang to get the ball rolling, um yea , Science and Christians are both right. Only Science refuses to give God the credit but instead toss it over to chance. Amazing isnt it.
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Originally posted by budski
"I think it's very bad science and even worse theology -- and the theology is far more offensive to me," said Park, a professor of paleontology who is an elder in the Presbyterian Church.
Daryl Domning, professor of anatomy at Howard University, held his chin and shook his head at several points during the tour. "This bothers me as a scientist and as a Christian, because it's just as much a distortion and misrepresentation of Christianity as it is of science," he said.
If you don't take the "7 days" interpretation too literally, the parallels between God's creation of the universe and the earth in Genesis and the Big Bang/Evolution are striking, so religion and science don't have to be at odds.
It is a very difficult education process because typically a Christian Science believer will interpret all evidence to reach a predetermined conclusion, so there really is no seeking of truth in that mindset making typically otherwise persuasive arguments ineffective.
Originally posted by Totakeke
reply to post by ZombieOctopus
Just remember: the big bang theory, the theory of evolution; they're all just theories.