Quote# 35610

Actually, it takes very little "qualification in the sciences" to totally refute naturalistic macro-evolution. The process has never once been observed to occur in recorded human history, it breaks numerous "laws" of nature, and it is essentially based on circular reasoning and irrational conclusions. Indeed, it requires more "faith" to believe in evolution than any other theory of origins! Why shouldn't evangelical apologists be qualified to argue against it?

drmark, FaithCommunityNetwork 7 Comments [2/29/2008 2:11:19 PM]
Fundie Index: 6
Submitted By: Drekoguk

Username  (Login)
Comment  (Text formatting help) 

1 | bottom

Tom S. Fox

Bullshit, bullshit, bullshit!

5/24/2008 2:29:32 PM

...Because they don't understand it?

12/22/2011 7:40:19 AM


I hope I'm getting a new irony meter for Christmas. This one just died.

12/22/2011 10:24:19 AM

Actually, it takes very little "qualification in the sciences" to totally refute naturalistic macro-evolution.

I agree, "naturalistic macro-evolution" is a complete hogwash. The study of biological evolution (a.k.a. evolutionary biology), on the other hand, is scientific fact. Thank you very much drmark for clearing this up.

12/22/2011 11:26:51 AM


Ohhh, I know! Because evangelical apologists are by definition stupid douchebags???

12/22/2011 11:33:53 AM


Actually, "it takes very little "qualification in the sciences" " to look like a complete idiot on line. Go back to school, if you are still able to learn. If not, go back to church. Do not pass go, do not collect $200.

2/6/2018 3:32:29 PM


Let us know when you refute the science then. These PRATTs don't come anywhere close.

In science, 'observation' =!= 'eye witnessed.'
I suspect the laws it breaks would include the 2nd law of thermodynamics. But if that law prevents evolution, it also prevents a fertilized egg from becoming a baby.
The circular reasoning in creationist arguments is always a creationist lampoon of the actual science, not evolutionary theory.

And the accusation of faith is therefore a non sequitur...

2/6/2018 3:41:46 PM

1 | top: comments page