Christian views of creation and life are labeled "religious' and thus irrelevant because of the creation account in Genesis 1-3. But if an account of creation is inherently religious, why isn't evolution a religious view as well? While evolutions cry loundly that their case is proven, that's a lie. There is no evidence for transition of forms from one to the other, as in a frog to a lizard. Nor is there any evidence that "science" has created life. Thus the assertion that evolution is in any sense true, is an assertion of faith, for there is no scientific proof for it. Modern science uses the phoney idea of neutrality of science as a shield against the assertion that they are pushing an essenially religious notion of creation in the big bang theories. Thus we are now spending billions of dollars in the religious quest for life "out there" in space, which, I am sure produces howls of laughter from the Throne of HEaven.I hope and pray that scientists get enough integrity and honeesty going to admit the truth - that which they are fond of searching for, is that they, too are on a religious quest for origins.
This message has been edited by Rex Downie, 08-27-2005 01:42 PM
Before this could be considered for promotion you need to do some editing. First, you are trying to include way too many concepts. There is no connection between Big Bang, the Theory of Evolution, Extra Terrestrial life, or religion.
Try to pick one topic. Before you jump into a proposed thread, read some of the material already available here. Learn just a little about what the TOE, or Abiogensis, or Cosmology actually cover.
Edit your OP and then post a reply to me here and we'll take another look at it.
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