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{Actually, the statement that we came from bacteria is abiogenesis which has yet to be successfully replicated. Evolution tells how species change and nothing more.}

Well it's imposible for something like a bacteria to actually do that. Everything had to have been made by a supior force also know as God. It's imposible to have a half developed lung or heart.

{Nothing is impossible if you can DREAM |3

But really, some people would probably say the same thing about your god. I mean, the whole notion that a race was sustained by two people(one created from mud, the other made from a rib) and loads of incest sounds a lot more like mythology than the notion that things can adapt and change over time.}

First off it's God with a capital G and second Adam was made from the dust of the earth not mud. And who knows maybe God made other people after Adam and Eve after the fall of man. Plus nobody knows how the mind of God works.

Stormcrow926, deviantArt 7 Comments [4/30/2008 6:26:20 AM]
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And that makes SO much more sense...

3/31/2009 6:33:59 PM

Table Rock

I guess the other people god made weren't worth mentioning. Adam always was his favorite.

4/1/2009 9:50:13 AM


Certianly no one knows how your mind works...

So it wasn't mud, it was dust. My bad.

The reason nobody knows how the mind of god works is because god, with a small 'g', does not exist, you fool.

4/1/2009 10:00:46 AM


Dust + Water = Mud.

4/1/2009 10:38:54 AM

Keep fstdt pure

Presumably the parenthetic commentator means that we are not certain how bacteria first formed. That we evolved from bacteria is known - indeed we are essenially large colonies of bacteria.

4/6/2009 1:35:38 AM


Somehow, i am not impressed by the overuse of the Deus ex machina.

4/6/2009 1:52:21 AM


"Plus nobody knows how the mind of God works."

Clearly not very well...

2/4/2013 9:15:50 AM

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