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Do you not find it at all disconcerting that you are arguing with all the atheists [for evolution]?? As a 'Christian' I would imagine that this would throw up a red flag for you.

Snowball, Theology Web 4 Comments [3/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Yeah how dare you think logically? If that happened to much christianity would be ruined!

12/7/2008 7:39:41 PM


How many times do we have to say this? EVOLUTION DOES NOT DENY THE EXISTENCE OF A GOD! Many of us don't believe in one, but if you want to go right ahead.

12/8/2008 1:40:40 AM

a mind far far away

Evolution does not say whether there is or isn't a god. That's not what it is designed to do, although you dumb fucks think otherwise. It's science, not religion. Second, there is nothing incompatible with christianity and evolution, which is why most christians don't have a problem with theistic evolution. They understand that the OT, or at least the first few chapters in Genesis, are allegorical. There's nothing in the bible that says that it all has to be understood literally. That's an 18th century invention. However, if you want to go that route, what about all the things christianity stole from paganism? Or is that how you get around your immorality, by saying that anything that christians agree with, such as love, peace, truth, etc, cannot be christian. So you lie, cheat, and steal, and claim it's from god, just so you don't have to think you're being lumped in together with those "godless atheists". Christian fundamentalism is a cancer, and one in which a cure is absolutely necessary, in order to relieve those afflicted by it of their sickness.

12/8/2008 2:20:48 AM


It throws up a red flag for ME, since evolution is real and Genesis is an allegorical representation of the events written by people who couldn't grasp the science behind it.

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