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Author Topic:   Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.
Diomedes
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Message 102 of 1311 (807879)
05-06-2017 10:29 AM
Reply to: Message 101 by Coyote
05-06-2017 10:26 AM


Re: Definitely Evolution is a cult?
Before you offer a lot of advice, perhaps you should go back and learn to spell, write coherent sentences, and maybe even take some debating courses -- as you seem to have severe handicaps in all three of those areas.

And might I add, he also needs to take some courses in web design. Because his website looks like it was put together by a 14 year old in 1995.


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Diomedes
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Message 406 of 1311 (810275)
05-26-2017 3:24 PM
Reply to: Message 405 by ringo
05-26-2017 11:42 AM


Correction: creationism CAN'T produce its own science because there's nothing scientific about it. Creationism can't make sense of biology because it ignores reality. it's based entirely on myth.
If creationism could produce its own science, it might be taken seriously by science; it might be possible to teach it in schools. But as it is, all creationism can say is that science is wrong, which isn't much of a basis for education.

That is ultimately why 'Intelligent Design' manifested in the vernacular of the religious right. They knew that utilizing the word 'creationism' immediately relegated their views to myth. So they attempting to give it a more 'scientific' sounding title in the hopes that it would give them more gravitas to push their ideology into the classroom. But unfortunately for them, as was evidenced in the Dover trial, it backfired. When they peeled back the onion of ID, it was just creationism in a new wrapper.


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