Interesting that taxonomy was introduced to the scientifc world by a Creationist, Carolus Linnaeus... Charles Darwin, hated Christianity and sought ways to destroy it - science via an agenda of hate is sure to lead to bad science. That is why "evolution" is not science nor does it adhere to scientific priciples
Evolution does not (and cannot) explain how life originated.
I see this claim all of the time, yet we all know that this is weasel language. Any discussion of evolution presumes a foundational background of cosmogony. Big Bang and God are mutually exclusive. Evolution and Creationism are mutually exclusive. If Evolution was only one attempt of many plausible attempts to "explain the diversity of species" then it would be treated that way. But take a look at the person like the one who started this thread - they treat it as a religion, a whole world view. Evolution willfully cripples itself by categorically denying Intelligent Design, never allowing anything that might point to a Creator. I would say that Evolution denies miracles, but it demands compound miracles: matter ex nihilo, order from chaos, information from no information, and a legal pad full of other necessary miracles. Why I say that your argument is weasel language is that in order to even take evolution as a possible explanation seriously, one has to fundamentally agree to a whole world view that is antagonistic to God, and given the history and the list of adherents to evolution, it is undeniable that those who find evolution plausible have a common contempt for God.
I understand many Christians who get sucked into the State sponsored lie of evolution, but that can be cured by simply exposing the fraud that it is. Fortunately, due to the many spokespeople of evolution, the job is quite simple.
"I understand many Christians who get sucked into the State sponsored lie of evolution",
What about getting sucked into the creationist cult and losing your Soul?
It doesn't matter who introduced it. It is necessary to be able to classify animals into groups. In reality however, life often defies being put into distinct compartments.
Charles Darwin, hated Christianity and sought ways to destroy it
This only deserves mockery.
"Diary - hmm will go round world tommorow in boat and see if it will inspire me with an idea to finally destroy christianity"
Any discussion of evolution presumes a foundational background of cosmogony. Big Bang and God are mutually exclusive
No. Did darwin have a foundational background of cosmology? Oh wait no, The Big Bang theory didn't even exist in darwins day.
But take a look at the person like the one who started this thread - they treat it as a religion, a whole world view
I think they just enjoy mocking people who attempt to refute science they haven't even bothered to understand. Like the guy who posted just above this post about how the Big Bang isn't a valid theory, not realising that some of his sentences show he has basic lack of understanding with BB theory.