In conclusion, we have seen and learned much about evolution. We have learned about natural selection, mutations, fossil finds, hominids, chances for evolution, the geologic layers, popular examples for evolution, vestigial organs, rock dating methods, the primitive environment, and much more. We have explored many things from an angle no often used. The final question is left to you: is evolution true, or false?
Oh, I would say I have learned something from the essay, but it is doubtful that it is something you may have expected. I now realize that there are at least 100 categories of millions of pieces of evidence against Noahâ€™s Flood and a young Earth, and that there are probably at least 100 categories of millions of pieces of evidence for the Theory of Evolution.
Next, I plan on responding to your rebuttals now that I can devote more time to this thread.
ABE - There is one other thing I would like to examine, namely your references. Will appear here as soon as things calm a bit at work and I obtain them via interlibrary loan.
"I now realize that there are at least 100 categories of millions of pieces of evidence against Noahâ€™s Flood and a young Earth, and that there are probably at least 100 categories of millions of pieces of evidence for the Theory of Evolution."
Oh really... Well, let me at em'. Start the list, evidence # 1,2,3,4,...100000000.
...If you can...
I believe my essay did not provide such knowledge, and I believe that an open mind would have found that to the contrary, there is much evidence for the Flood, young earth, and against evolution.
If you would like to have a great debate over the 100 categories I would be interested. It would require a new thread.
I wouldn't mind placing this thread on hiatus if you prefer the categories, but still have one last piece to comment on, namely the sources. Therefore, I believe it would be inappropriate to close this thread, but rather am OK to let it lie dormant for awhile.