RIP Philo

Convincing argument against evolution

Evolution doesn't state how life began, only how it evolved since then.  They're not arguing against "evolution" at all.
Permalink Send private email Wayne 
March 27th, 2007 8:02pm
But when you put peanut butter & jelly together. Watch out!
Permalink Send private email Sergei Rachmaninoff 
March 27th, 2007 11:26pm
It's a bit akin to the nonsense I heard Phil Valentine spouting the other day.

He kept talking about how people were carbon based and how trees were carbon based, and sarcastically that all that carbon was so bad and evil. Maybe he's an idiot, or maybe he just figures it's better for ratings if he ignores the fact that C != CO2.
Permalink JoC 
March 28th, 2007 11:35am
no, this is far more convincing:
Permalink Send private email Kenny 
March 28th, 2007 1:49pm

"Spontaneous generation of Life in a jar of peanut butter".  Well, if God is sovereign, why not?  And if God IS sovereign, why hasn't he?

And if you leave that lid off for a few days, Life WILL grow in that jar of Peanut Butter -- the video explains that as "corruption from somewhere else" -- but that's LIFE man!

If God chose to create life, and use evolution to evolve life to get to us, who are you to say no to that?  And just because Moses didn't write about Evolution in Genesis, who are you to say it hasn't happened?

I think you missed the lesson in Genesis.  Which is that God made everything.  The lesson in Genesis was not supposed to be a scientific straight-jacket to Man that he had to deny fact and reason and accept a fable on faith.  The lesson was about God's relationship to the world and Man.

For the Creationists to ignore the actual Bible in favor of their ignorant and legalistic intepretation of it is tragic.
Permalink SaveTheHubble 
March 28th, 2007 3:20pm


It sure underscores the us vs. them mentality. I think they've put themselves against a side that never even existed prior to their creating it.
Permalink JoC 
March 28th, 2007 3:37pm

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