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Old 06-13-2018, 17:50   #61
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I for one am not a believer in man evolving from chimps or mermaids or anything else of such extreme when talking evolution. I believe in creation and evolution of man from that creation which is being shown through science as being more complex than man can really understand yet....I do not believe that science is anti faith it reinforces the great complexity and power we were spawned from. Being around my own father in law and his colleagues I found that they spoke of their faith in what they have learned as something so far beyond mans understanding that they realized the more they discovered in science the more humbled they became knowing how little they know and in fact collectively the great intellectual minds and research of scientist combined together cannot adequately explain with certainty the mystery of life.

I feel that biblical purist have an unreasonable expectation of man being created out of thin air a mere 4-5000 yrs ago despite the evidence of fossils and skeletal remains far predating the time frame they discuss in church every Sunday and have even heard these same otherwise intelligent people try to say all these things are of the devil to destroy mans faith and obedience. Simplistic stories such as Adam and Eve that reflects in a way the same story of creation of carbon based organisms and evolution of genetics as man spread about the earth to different climates and developed their own languages which reflects the genesis story of the tower of Babyl in the destruction and confounding of tongues as man was prevented from reaching heaven the similarities in the story and what happened according to science are remarkable considering the stories of the Genesis of man was not recorded until 700+- A.D. and prior to that were stories maintained by the tribe historian through memory and oration over a campfire like the African tribes still do. And the fascinating history of nearly every culture has a similar version of mankind and a supreme entity or entities with variations long before man ever interacted after a majority of evolution had found us segregated geographically, racially, linguistically......

Maybe leftists should start looking at the factors that connect all of us instead of trying to continue to play the modern version of babylon where they confound us on racial, social, economics, religion etc.....instead of language

No idea where you got this but ok. I'll go back to making blood sacrifices and throwing the bones.
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Old 06-13-2018, 20:52   #62
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No idea where you got this but ok. I'll go back to making blood sacrifices and throwing the bones.
On the complexity I got it from scientist who worked in the field of genetics my father in law being one... brilliant guys who admit they stood on the shoulders of other scientist and in turn watching the torch of their furthering the understanding being advanced and what they thought they knew being disproven and confirmed. Creation belief is a personal choice to accept follow your own way brother no judgments from me lol I could care less if you danced naked around fires drinking fire water chanting to the gun gods but if they can prove that we evolved from apes then I would accept the science to a degree.
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Old 06-13-2018, 22:48   #63
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On the complexity I got it from scientist who worked in the field of genetics my father in law being one... brilliant guys who admit they stood on the shoulders of other scientist and in turn watching the torch of their furthering the understanding being advanced and what they thought they knew being disproven and confirmed. Creation belief is a personal choice to accept follow your own way brother no judgments from me lol I could care less if you danced naked around fires drinking fire water chanting to the gun gods but if they can prove that we evolved from apes then I would accept the science to a degree.
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On the complexity I got it from scientist who worked in the field of genetics my father in law being one... brilliant guys who admit they stood on the shoulders of other scientist and in turn watching the torch of their furthering the understanding being advanced and what they thought they knew being disproven and confirmed. Creation belief is a personal choice to accept follow your own way brother no judgments from me lol I could care less if you danced naked around fires drinking fire water chanting to the gun gods but if they can prove that we evolved from apes then I would accept the science to a degree.
Complexity is being broken down every day. What was complex 100 years ago is now science fact. And that, just like evolution will continue to march on.

It's still a free country and you can believe in anything you desire.

Hundreds of Millions used to believe Uri Geller could actually move things with his mind, he even fooled "scientists", but didn't fool the real magicians.

Now if you'll excuse me I have to help to dismember a body for a "Sky Burial". (I told them a Viking Boat Burial was much easier and less messy.)
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