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The real origins of evolution is Hinduism and the reincarnation theory. That is the first time we hear of species changing form.

speakout, christianforums.com 46 Comments [1/29/2008 4:34:19 PM]
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big baby jesus


1/29/2008 4:42:32 PM


If I was as ignorant as you I'd ... I'd be ... actually I'm damned if I can think of anything as ignorant as you ... if you come back next time as a tapeworm, it'll be an improvement.

1/29/2008 4:45:41 PM

hindu jesus


1/29/2008 4:45:56 PM

Septic Sceptic

Yes, because organisms with mutations that benfit their ability to die will be the ones who die the most effectively, allowing them to pass those death traits onto their next incarnation. An case in point is the ability of the lemming to plunge cliffward, or the ability of rabbits to freeze in the path of oncoming cars.

This is all in the Origin of Species, Speakout. There's no need to repeat it for us.

1/29/2008 4:52:54 PM


Sigh, ignorant dumbass

1/29/2008 4:53:36 PM


The real origin of stupidity and delusion is religions.

1/29/2008 5:05:07 PM


LOL evolution doesn't work that way!

1/29/2008 5:08:20 PM


Yeah, sure...Darwin reincarnated into the past, so he could introduce the concept of evolution to Hindus.

Meanwhile, you fundies keep on devolving.

1/29/2008 5:09:19 PM


Erm...no. Homeschooled, huh?

1/29/2008 5:10:46 PM


Wrong again dumbfuck.

1/29/2008 5:17:10 PM


"The real origins of evolution is Hinduism and the reincarnation theory. That is the first time we hear of species changing form."

Ok, you have a fit over one species evolving into another but you're perfectly willing to believe a human can be reincarnated into a cockroach? Wow.

1/29/2008 5:19:40 PM

Caustic Gnostic

If your karma is shit, you'll reincarnate as an American baptist.

Beware, children!

1/29/2008 5:31:28 PM


No, reincarnation 'theory' is superstition. A lot like your creation 'science,' in fact.

1/29/2008 5:36:25 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Darwin was Hindu? Who knew?

1/29/2008 5:39:06 PM


Or it could be observation of the world around us. But you can be wrong if you want to.

1/29/2008 5:58:56 PM

D Laurier

Riiight,,, In which universe?

1/29/2008 6:31:09 PM

Mister Spak

The real origins of christianity is the Akkadian flood myth. That is the first time we hear of a world destroying flood.

1/29/2008 6:56:55 PM


Epic fail!

1/29/2008 7:54:22 PM


Evolution didn't originate with Reincarnation, but if there is an afterlife (and there probably isn't a very high chance of that), it is more likely to be Reincarnation than Heaven or Hell (after all, the law of conservation of energy can be interpreted to imply reincarnation, but there is absolutely no evidence that heaven or hell exists).

1/29/2008 8:02:04 PM


Quite a succinct display of epic ignorance here!

Hinduism doesn't work that way, reincarnation doesn't work that way, and evolution doesn't work that way. In fact, you aren't even close on ANY of them!

1/29/2008 8:06:26 PM


Sounds like you've been playing one too many pokemon games.

EDIT: switch the P and the B, his name becomes "blindPOE", is this a coincidence?

1/29/2008 8:18:38 PM


Reincarnation, in most of its forms, describes the transfer of a soul/mind from one body to another upon the death of the first and the birth of the second. Since nothing is remembered from before and the results are indistinguishable from what they would be if the old soul/mind simply ceased to exist upon death, one wonders if there's any point to it at all. It also raises the question of where the souls of the first living creatures came from. It doesn't describe the changing of the form of the physical bodies in terms of their biological descendants over successive generations in any way; it deals purely with the intangible and undetectable. In other words, there is no similarity whatsoever between reincarnation and evolution. Somebody back up the Truck of Fail.

1/29/2008 8:23:24 PM

Ranger Joe

plindboe = blindpoe

I call rubbish.

1/29/2008 8:27:59 PM

Old Viking

Hindus also originated the bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich, but they never get credit for it.

1/29/2008 8:34:40 PM


uh, guys, plindboe is the person who submitted it. speakout is the one who wrote it.

1/29/2008 9:04:02 PM

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