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07-28-2005 2:04 AM
I don;t really know how to start a new thread, but I know that I should post them here first, so I would like this one to go wherever it most fits in, in the social religious forum maybe.
The style will be more the evolutionists giving their reasons why creationists should explore evolution, and visa versa.
You evolutionists need to realize if you haven't already(you probably have) that we are dealing with the most fundamental of all subjects to be discussed and debated, because who is right changes everything. And for us creationists, well, we don't have to worry about where we will go when we die, evolutionists on the other hand are making a huge gamble on their lives, cause the odds are stacked up against their theory. If we were created, then we were created, there is no probability involved there, it is far more likely that we were created then if we evolved from the Big-Bang. We can all agree that the chances of us evolving without God are very slim, it's like trying to pull out the numbers 1 through 1,000 randomly from a jar without skipping a number or getting one out of order. Those are the odds that you are basing your eternal existence on. The fossil record does not show evolution, math does not show evolution, all of creation in it's designed appearance points toward a Designer! You should at least consider the possibility of God being behind everything, rather than risk eternity in punishment for your willful choice of evolution. I'm not saying to believe in God, but to just set your heart to searching for Him.
This message has been edited by Mr. Creationist, 07-28-2005 12:16 PM
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From: Vancouver, BC, Canada
RIght place anyway
This is the right place to start and thanks for suggesting where to put it.
However, you should put a bit more into the opening post. You should indicate what you want the bounds of the thread topic to be so we can try to keep it on topic. You might give your own reasons as an example or discuss reasons that you think people might have.
How much debate do you want or do you just want statements of people's reasons with no debate?
You may edit that right into the opening post (this is the only time when significant edtis should be made to a post). When done you should reply here so someone notices it.
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