Thursday, February 6, 2014 5:52:21 AM
The part i liked and agree with is we can never truly "know" if there is an intelligent design. Because in order to test that we'd have to be OUTSIDE our universe. Which as far as we know is impossible. so the question is pointless at this time. We are better off trying to figure out the Universe than wondering if something intelligent designed it and cares enough about me to not want me to masturbate. I don`t know if there is a God or isn`t a God but in order to believe the Bible is a truly accurate accounting of historical events I`d have to complete disagree based on how Humans act. Every time a story is told and retold something minor changes and what you eventually get when it comes full circle is a completely different story. I don`t see how the Bible didn`t have this happen to it.
Thursday, February 6, 2014 5:46:45 AM
The issue is the Ken ham theory is inherently circular logic. Because no one was around to "observe" anything we can't therefor prove or disprove the Bible`s accuracy on the matter. If a book written by man deciphered and translated and re-translated multiple times over thousands of years is enough for you to come to a conclusion on that set of data I`d argue you aren`t a reasonable person.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014 11:31:05 PM
You have all the freedom to express your views, you don't have to whimper for it. We can`t guarantee we`ll agree or respect your views. Presenting us with profiles of various researchers who have contributed yet believe in biblical creationism only shows us that one can be brilliant and yet hold other false beliefs.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014 5:09:11 PM
Andrew, correct I'm not up to date. I see the those damn radical liberals have fought back. A quick Texas School Evolution google search brings up recent news articles on the fight.
But isn`t it ridiculous that those religious nutters have enough clout to even have a serious battle over this? They almost got evolution removed, only in the 11th hour is there a fight to stop it.