The debate "Evolution is real" was started by
December 20, 2016, 9:17 am.
21 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 6 people are on the disagree side.
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PoliticsAsUsual posted 4 arguments, historybuff posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
PoliticsAsUsual, G9PinkmanZz, TheExistentialist, historybuff, BlackRavan, carrieunderwood007, human, ProfDoke, makson and 12 visitors agree.
harley_quinn123, logical_bomb and 4 visitors disagree.
I have no idea what that racist crap has to do with evolution.
it is real! today's society should go back to a time where whites were dominate and that whites have a natural right to rape, murder all other inferior races!! after all whites truly made america great... not blacks, not asians, not hispanics. they only tainted society and brought up crime rates
I see. sorry, thought your last comment regarding belief of evolution was targeted at me. not to speak for him but from reading previous posts by him, he believes in small changes in the gene code, what he called microevolution, but not in the diversification of species and the common ancestry of life.
I expressly asked him specifically out of interest of his opinion. His comment can be read as ambiguous--I wanted to truly understand his belief.
I believe it is the best and thus far only explanation of what we have seen to be true. don't confuse it with something based on faith like religion.
but that is not the point. dalton said creation is self evident, and I simply asked how creation squares with a clear cut finding, the consistent chronological advancement of life from simple to complex. I was not pushing evolution in that question but if something is "self-evident" then it should be able to easily explain the evidence of what we see.
if it cant, then either the evidence or the theory of creation is flawed.... the evidence is massive, consistent, and has come from many many researchers from across the world, therefore the flaw is likely with creation... unless you can offer an explanation that fits. the only way I can see that is either an imperfect god, or a mischievous god. neither of which fit the Christian theology.
How far does your belief of evolution go?
lol at the coward who thumbs downed a question but couldn't bring themselves to comment. why would you even thumbs down a question?! this chronological simple to complex finding is what we have found consistently... do you disagree with the findings or just don't like the inevitable conclusion?
and how does creation explain the gradual appearance of species in a consistent simple to complex pattern?
It is evident that organisms change over time. Therefore, evolution in its very definition is correct, but I think it in my opinion creation is self evident.