So, if one believes in both evolution and gravity, gravity is part of evolution?
11/9/2005 12:15:07 AM
And that logically follows...how?
11/9/2005 12:53:58 AM
Disingenupous? Is that an actual word? It sounds like a name for a kitty... :)
2/7/2007 9:28:47 PM
Tom S. Fox
Thou shalt not pull statistics out of thine ass.
Also, Evolution and Abiogenesis =/= Atheism.
10/20/2008 1:29:05 AM
a mind far far away
Rahab, or a real bad sex position.
10/20/2008 1:36:08 AM
I wonder if it's occurred to Socratism that Creationism also contains a theory of abiogenesis, essentially that God used magic to create life from non-life. Those of us who are sane think there's a more rational explanation.
10/20/2008 1:43:02 AM
@Tom S. Fox:
Exactly. I have several Christian friends who accept Abiogenesis, big bang, evolution etc.
Why can fundies not seem to understand accepting scientific realities and educating themselves does not have to mean you become an atheist? Are they insecure about their beliefs or something?
I admit, I don't understand how those friends of mine can still consider themselves actual Christians when the science they accept shows almsot all of Christianity to be bollocks. but it doesn;t bother me too much because they're not complete monkey spankers like this fucking idiot.
10/20/2008 2:02:56 AM
Allegory for Jesus
Even if most biologists need to believe it happened, it does not follow that it is a part of evolutionary theory . Lern 2 logick.
9/25/2010 11:26:17 AM
Not believing in gods does not mean you HAVE to believe in something else.
It just means you have given up the belief in imaginary friends.
9/25/2010 2:17:41 PM
there is no necessary link between abiogenesis and evolution. they might correlate, but there is no necessary link. you don't have to believe in abiogenesis to believe in evolution.
2/28/2011 6:57:07 PM