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How do creationists answer these questions: Are you an Ape? A Mammal? A Vertebrate?

Discussion in 'Creation & Evolution' started by verysincere, Mar 17, 2013.

  1. ThinkForYourself

    ThinkForYourself New Member

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    You are correct.

    Here is what you need to know
     
  2. SkyWriting

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    I'd handle the prayer myself. I can't guarantee you similar results, but it happens to those with faith.

    Mobile Intensive Prayer Unit: Miracle Car Repair
     
  3. SkyWriting

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    Science cannot see into the past very far.
    It is much better at predicting tsunamis

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    Isn't a Tsunami something they call 'an act of God'?
    Sorry I forgot, God never gets the blame only the praise, how many did God not kill [save] in the last big Tsunami?
     
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    If a teacher wants to teach that Geocentrism is true, should they be allowed to teach science?

    If a history teacher wants to teach that the Holocaust was a hoax, should they be allowed to teach history?

    What you never stop to consider is that the anti-evolutionists are just wrong.
     
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    What features would a fossil need to have in order for you to accept it as being transitional?

    What shared DNA markers would you accept as evidence for shared ancestry?

    I would suspect that you are closed to all evidence. Prove me wrong.
     
  7. Doveaman

    Doveaman Created, not Evolved

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    Doveaman Created, not Evolved

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    But that’s the whole point.

    Just because I can squeeze or pick up something between the crook of my elbow does not mean my arm is prehensile.