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Re: It has been said that evolutionists are their own worst enemies.

Subject: Re: It has been said that evolutionists are their own worst enemies.
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Date: 17 Dec 2005 06:43:17 -0800
Newsgroups: sci.anthropology, sci.anthropology.paleo
Richard Dawkins wrote:
> It has been said that evolutionists are
> their own worst enemies. The bitter disagreements
> between scientists of competing
> or disagreeing disciplines of evolution
> often provide many of the proofs
> cited by those disagreeing with the
> overall theory.
> In fact, evolutionists questioning
> evolution is more significant than many
> would suggest. Imagine that a new
> archeological find were to reveal that
> the first-century apostles expressed
> doubt regarding the miracles and events
> proving that Jesus Christ was actually
> God in the flesh. Such a discovery
> would rattle the foundations of
> Christianity. These "experts"-the
> apostles-hold a lot of authority and,
> therefore, such a discovery would completely
> undermine Christianity.
> Why should statements from evolutionists be held to lesser standards?
> Other than hypocrisy therein lies no reason.
> As you can now see, geology is not a field of
> science in which evolutionists can find refuge.
>
>
> --
> ~There are no true atheists in Christian newsgroups.~
> ~Science is infallible but those hiding behind it are not~

There are no evolutionists. The Theory of Natural Selection is not a
religious dogma.

It is the best possible explanation for the development and existence
of organisms.

What is the alternative? an ancient book about a talking snake, a spare
rib and Noah's Ark with wild African elephants, hippopotami, polar
bears, kangaroos and Uncle Tom Cobleigh?.

B C. 

B C.


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