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Author Topic:   What is the basis for a Creationist argument against Evolution?
Itachi Uchiha
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Message 4 of 96 (78194)
01-13-2004 10:53 AM


I think ill have to open a thread or something that an show you examples of why creationism exists and why maybe it will always exist.
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Itachi Uchiha
Member (Idle past 3788 days)
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From: mayaguez, Puerto RIco
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Message 8 of 96 (78499)
01-14-2004 8:19 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Gilgamesh
01-13-2004 2:44 AM


Gilgamesh writes:

I see Creationist arguments solely as appeals to emotion or ignorance. The study and comprehension of Evolution, as I have discovered, is an incredibly complex and daunting task. (Talk.origins and this forum, assist significantly) I have been reading about Evolution for two years, and still remain barely a layman.

I guess this really depends on where you stand. Creationist can also see evolution as appeals to emotion and ignorance. But honestly we have to be sincere with ourselves. I have always said neither creationism or evolution can be proved 100%. Serious doubts remain on both sides and the interpretation of one law like for example the 2nd law of thermodynamics depend on where you stand.

Gilgamesh writes:

Some examples of Creationist arguments that are appeals to emotion and ignorance:Intelligent Design:All mutations are bad:

I would honestly like to read more about what evolutionist have to say about this. Can I get some links or something

Gilgamesh writes:

Where are the transitional fossils

Good question. Where are they? Can i get some links on this too


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