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To all those on this thread...If it weren't for christians,creationists and intelligent designers.What would you have to debate about?You need us more than we need you!
Originally posted by Watcher-In-The-Shadows
Reply to post by Stormdancer777
Oh joygasm, yet another psuedo-intellectual strawman horse laugh of a thread taunting those the OP and gang obviously feel superior to with the usual and completely predictable parroted illogical arguments and childish taunts coupled with poor attempts at sounding intelligent...... You'd think it'd get old.
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Originally posted by mamabeth
reply to post by moocowman
The Bible prophecies would still occur without atheists' influence.
Originally posted by DeathShield
reply to post by Stormdancer777
Because that would be a gross violation of current scientific dogma. Which according to some people does not exist " cuz siyence is totully ubjektive!"
One can accept science and not give up a Creator. I myself see a being who created the Big Bang, knowing what the 'Butterfly Effect' would be. Being a Being of infinite power and patience, God could certainly wait ten or twelve billion years for sentient life to appear in the Universe.
Originally posted by AshleyD
I came to believe they are actually the ignorant ones because they cannot scientifically refute some very basic and damning arguments against aspects of evolution (keep in mind I actually DO accept certain levels of evolution). It's like those skeptical of the science behind climate change, all the falsified evidence, the arrogant scientists, etc., being equated with flat earthers and brushed aside with scoffing.
Fifty nine additional scientists from around the world have been added to the U.S. Senate Minority Report of dissenting scientists, pushing the total to over 700 skeptical international scientists…
Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture today [February 8, 2007] announced that over 700 scientists from around the world have now signed a statement expressing their skepticism about the contemporary theory of Darwinian evolution.