Sunday, January 27, 2008

If you dont love Darwinian Evolution you might get EXPELLED

Ben Stein has put together a documentary that looks fantastic. He starts with such a fair premise that he even shows the arguments for and against Intelligent Design. The problem is Darwinian Evolution is a religion and if you do not believe in it people have lost their jobs, careers, children etc. I have personally been involved and dealt with situations like this. Even if you do not believe that God created everything, (which I do) a better premise to work from for the non-believe is anything but Evolution and Dual lineages with earlier species around today. Anyway check out this new movie and go see it!


Malcolm said...

"The problem is Darwinian Evolution is a religion...."

Yeah right. Evolution is a religion like bald is a hair colour.

Andy said...

that is funny Malcolm, however look at the facts.

And just to be sure we are talking about macro Evolution here not micro.
Macro Evolution is not good science, it is not observable, testable and is frankly a poor theory. Therefore it requires a belief in unknown things to randomly happen that have not happened at all ever during a human observable time. Essentially you are saying that random chance + magic err you replace magic with time = everything. Sorry it is a belief system to the highest degree.

C. David Parsons said...


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Andy said...

Thank you much for that Mr. Parsons.

Thomas Rasmussen said...
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Andy said...


I believe it will be playing at a few places in town. I do not have firm confirmations yet but I would be happy to share with you when I do.

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