Scripture, God's word, tells us that He created man and woman on His 6th day ( a 24 hour day) of creation. He created them fully grown, thus there was NO evolution involved, NONE!
Nope. No evidence whatsoever to suggest that humans were "created".
No evolutionist has ever proved nor ever will prove otherwise.
Science is not about "proof". But since the evidence for an ancient earth and evolution are overwhelming, (and it is whether you are aware of it or not) that is the accepted explanation. There is zero evidence for special creation, a young earth, or a global flood, except in the imagination of folks like yourself.
That apish depiction of man by Mr. Bennett is wrong and pure blasphemy.
Whatever. You and I are apes, whether you like it or not.
Science can only discover what God has created. I don't who or when it was discovered that man consists of the same elements found in the ground but it certainly wasn't thousands of years ago.
Of course not. The elements were not realized until the early 19th century. Not sure why that matters to this topic.
Scripture, God's word, tells us " And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul." Genesis 2:7" That was written over 3,000 years ago! The Periodic Table is less than 200 years old.
Again, why is the notion that the bible is older then the periodic table important to evolution? Are you suggesting elements did not exist before the periodic table?
Now how many centuries did the Atheists/heathen and the modern Atheists/heathen/evolutionists mock the notion that God created man from dirt? And even worse how many still do. Just a coincidence? Not a chance.
You have a strange mind, connie. Perhaps you should stick to religious discussions. You don't know enough science to discuss it, and your grasp of logic seems lacking as well.
Curious: the right wing blogosphere is holding up Putin as an ideal leader, while bashing Obama. That crosses the line into treason, in my opinion.
That is not exactly telling the "truth" about evolution, connie. That's just one more Bible-soaked psychotic rant.
If one must take the prescribed conclusion, and reject all evidence that does not support it, one is no longer doing science.
The Godless are certain to be angry today.
However, someone needs to tell them the truth about evolution.
It might as well be me.
So, when are you going to get busy on this? Or are you going to just quote the bible and stalk alprova?
Everything has a creator. We create, we create things out of nothing. We take ideas and make them into reality. So why isn't it possible for there to be a supreme creator? We're the evidence that there's a supreme creator/GOD, in my opinion.
It isn't a matter of it being impossible that there is a creator. It's just that the evidence points to evolution over hundreds of millions of years, not "poofed" into being suddenly. If you want to believe in a creator, fine. That's your choice. Doesn't make it science.
I suspect he is referring to Maxie's very Christian post about my daughter. Which I appreciate.
Until there's evidence to the contrary, then I can assume that we're unique and alone in the universe.
It is safe to assume so, but it is not "proof" of anything. But it is a big universe, and we have barely looked beyond this solar system. It probably won't be found in our lifetime.
You can believe what you like. Belief is not relevant to science. You can believe that the moon is made of green cheese if you like.
Except for the practicing scientist, in their respective fields, the acceptance of their findings and pronouncements is almost entirely based on faith and belief in their truthfulness and testable inerrancy. I would be very willing to bet that most everyone posting here are operating on nothing but faith concerning anything of advanced scientific principles and findings.
Coming from someone who knows zip about science, that's rich.