reply to post by Shema
The Gulf that divides the creationist from the atheist is so wide
Wide enough to fit the Red Sea.
that the only logical conclusion is to accept that dedicated atheists do indeed evolve from primates and that dedicated creationists are indeed
created by God.
That's some straight up Christian Science
logic right there
Okay let's set aside the evidence for our animal ancestry.
So if I feel strongly all my life that I was a giraffe in a past life, you're saying logic dictates I was.
If I felt strongly my whole life that I evolved, but not every person did, from an alien race from Titan. Logic would dictate that I did.
That's essentially what you're saying about the Christian.
This is not as silly as it sounds.
Well... eh... I dunno it looks that way.
Why would an atheist feel so in tune with the primates unless they are actually related?
The atheist that also believes we evolved from primates would probably say because we all did.
And why would a creationist feel so close to God unless they are of God?
I am going to throw a wrench at you.
Let's say atheists evolved from primates and Christians were created from God.
Explain to me how if God created the entire Universe subsequently some things within the Universe then become excluded? If God created the whole
Universe, it seems to follow all things would be inclusive.
So your theory might look good for Christians but it doesn't look good for God