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Do you believe Darwin's theory of Evolution?
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No 38%  38%  [ 5 ]
Partially 7%  7%  [ 1 ]
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:33 am 
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Do you believe it?

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The danger in evolution is not so much in the scientific explanation of how creation came about and progressed. It's in its misuse to justify an amoral worldview.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:25 am 
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cwbjr67 wrote:
The danger in evolution is not so much in the scientific explanation of how creation came about and progressed. It's in its misuse to justify an amoral worldview.


SO true!

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The one issue that most people ignore about Darwin... is the suggestion that the evidence found in genetic natural selection of traits is actually evidence for evolution across species (one species becomes another over time).

It is humorous to look at the VERY BEST exhibits to be found in the very best museums, research reports and press releases and to realize how much of it is 'artist rendering'. Whereas the ACTUAL evidence in the very best exhibits (i.e. the fossils, bones, rock layer formations, and physical mutations) suggest only that physical changes are exclusive to a species line (i.e. there used to be BIG 7 gilled sharks... now there are smaller 5 gilled sharks. / There used to be big, ugly wolf dogs... now there are chihauhuas / There used to be big woolly mammoths with long hair... now there are smaller elephants with shorter hair. The same can be said for the full spectrum of dinosaurs... where as a specific species may now be extinct (as is the case with a number of species of nearly every animal family). The indication is that there used to be fewer genetic examples of a every species... and now there are many (duh. It doesn't take much thought to understand the chronology of events and the obvious outcomes here).

The gag here is that one does not have to believe in Darwin's theory... and accept all of these above facts as being true. This kind of genetic trait selection is and continues to be observable in all living species today. The problem is that many of these observable and factual representations in contemporary life and fossilized evidence are used to fabricate a plethora of assumptions. As the saying goes... you can make the rocks say whatever you want them to say. But the evidence tells a much different, and much more clear tale.

Darwin's theory is fantasy. Not only do the facts not support it... they don't even begin to point in that direction. The element that establishes the theory is the existence of a simple fantastic assumption that 'these examples of genetic selection cause one species to become another'

But... a simple fantastic assumption... is fiction. It's the stuff that typical epic movies are made of.

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