Joined: April 2007
|Quote (Ftk @ June 24 2007,16:22)|
|Ian, it's not "just this book". It's tons of books, articles, and internet sites I've read over the years. When I took biology, there was so much I never even thought of questioning, but after reading info. from both sides of this debate, I could not possibly consider common descent a "fact" in the sense that the "scientific community" wants it to be taught. |
I have absolutely no problem with evolution being taught...including common descent and the whole shebang, but certainly we should be considering the massive amount of questions still haunting the theory. I 'd never even thought about some of the stuff I think about now in regard to the theory. I just learned what was provided me and didn't question it much.
There is the bigger picture to consider.
Crap...I've got to go to the game.
So, what do you think motivates the scientific community to keep the mass of questions quiet? Why do you think they aren't doing this research themselves?
Also, finally, why aren't the creos doing any research?
I'm not the fastest or the baddest or the fatest.
You NEVER seem to address the fact that the grand majority of people supporting Darwinism in these on line forums and blogs are atheists. That doesn't seem to bother you guys in the least. - FtK
Roddenberry is my God.