"Jorge, in what reality does evolution (as a theory) deny the existence of God? I will agree that there may be evolutionary scientists who might deny it, but the theory itself has no opinion on creationism or order from chaos theories. It simply attempts to explain the order of life on this planet."
To jump in on this, the TToE was created by humans. "IT" did not come into being in a vacuum. "IT" is dependent upon humans to determine what "IT" is. Therefore, "IT" doesn't actually exist at all. The theory takes on the life it has only in the context of humans who proffer up the tenets of the theory. Therefore, "IT", in the context of human beings interpreting it, can and does deny the existence of God.
posted on 09/28/2006 9:16:51 PM PDT
(Proud Father of an American Soldier)
To: SoldierDad; PatrickHenry
Wrong. "IT" can neither deny God nor does "IT" deny God. The person who uses evolution as a tool to deny God can and does do that. Evolution is not a living entity that can deny anything, it only serves as a method to explain life and it's many intricacies. Evolution has no "tenets" it merely has statements of fact and references to evidence that support the theory. Therefore, whether you want to attack Evolution as an evil entity out to deny the existense of God or not, Evolution can not nor will not care.
posted on 09/28/2006 9:38:25 PM PDT
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