Would it be fair and right to regard "humans through apes evolution advocates" who do not permit copulation between apes & humans, to be intellectually dishonest persons?
Yes. Would it be fair and right to regard "humans through apes evolution advocates" who do not permit apes and humans to copulate with each other across species, to be intellectually dishonest persons?
Considering the insistence of evolutionists that humans evolved (which must therefore mean, are still evolving) from whatever soup of chemicals right through the apes.
Which must mean that humans and apes are distant cousins, sufficiently distant cousins - to, therefore, be very safe for copulation and procreation with each other across species, totally consistent and therefore moral within the "law of natural evolution and selection of species".
A teaching the public schools in the "inclusive, non-discriminatory, pro-evolution anti-creation theory" countries like Canada and not a few parts in USA will soon be introducing and promoting, in due course - with their students encouraged to bring their pet monkeys, apes, chickens, bunny rabbits and spiders to their science classes for show-and-tell?
watsup, TheologyWeb NS301forum 12 Comments
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