Well, that makes you the adult in the room, TOES, doesn't it?
And Maxie, dear, my " lesbian wicken (sic) high priestess daughter" that you mention has more integrity and empathy in her fingernail than you have in your entire body.
There is no proof of life on other planets? Where is it?
No life has been found yet, and may never be found. That is not "proof" of anything. It is however, evidence that a specific set of conditions is needed.
I do believe we're alone, and unique.
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.
I do think life evolves, but not in that way.
Your opinion (or anyone else's) is meaningless when it comes to scientific matters. Of course, you have the right to be wrong. Or to believe what you wish. Doesn't make it accurate.
The theory of human evolution is about as believable as the theory of spontaneous generation.
The fact that there's no life beyond earth is solid proof of God, and they're alone and pretty damn special
Well, you certainly don't know anything about science, yet feel compelled to say something here about it. Which, of course, was incorrect.
In spite of the polar vortex the global temps in Jan were a record high. Global warming is happening, even if what we see is "North American winter weather extremes"
I am not sure conservative (or Ken Orr) know half the terms one uses to explain evolution, dude. They would need some time with a dictionary.
This is actually a straight-forward argument, because it is not a matter of opinion. There is simply no physical evidence to support the Genesis account. If you understand that the writers of the OT took a couple of creation stories from the many that existed in the area at the time, along with a flood myth that originated most likely in the Black Sea area, then it makes sense. Of course, the world described in the OT was limited to north Africa and the Middle East. That is why no other areas and their peoples or features are present.
The physical evidence for an ancient earth and evolution is not just adequate. It is huge. And consistent.
Nothing new from Ken Orr. Same old psychotic blather.
All fossils are transitional. So are all living organisms.
Evolution does not violate the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, because Earth is not a closed system. Gish is wrong and most Creationists groups suggest that you not use this long-debunked argument. You don't really understand physics anyway.
Evolutionists have, for the most part, given up the argument over vestigial organs.
There are no such things as "evolutionists" and biologist use evolution to explain vestigial organs beautifully. Another long-abandoned argument (just how old are your sources anyway? Catch up!)
You have no idea what Homology is, or you would know that it also fits with evolution.
Give it up, Ken Orr. You don't know enough science to launch an effective argument. You would have a little knowledge if you read any of the books on that list you "value". (which appears to be nothing more than a list)