I disagree with J.R. and I suppose most of the FR moderators on the evolution/creation issue, so I don’t bring it up in this forum anymore.
There is too many conservative issues at stake to let my scientic beliefs on one issue, interfere with the need to make America a conservative bastion.
It would do us all well to leave the Crevo thing alone and concentrate on National Security, Abortion, Immigration, 2nd Amendment rights....etc.
Questions for the Democrat debate:
1) How many of you believe people should have the first right to their earnings before the government?
2) How many of you believe delivering 2/3rds of a baby and then sucking out its brains is a moral activity?
3) How many of you believe only the government should have guns?
4) How many of you believe Rush's show should be illegal?
Who picked Chrissy anyhow? Numbskull.
Both points are fundamentally wrong. Nazis were a Christian/pagan hybrid who believed their Eugenics was perfecting Creation and the Communists outlawed evolution in favor of other biological theories that caused disasterous harvests. If you were an outspoken proponent of evolution, you were sent to a gulag. Evolution implies that a free market system is more efficeint at growth than a centrally planned one.
It's nonsense like Chuck Morse is propagating that upsets people that actually know what they are talking about.
I actually disagree with the question. Nobody should “believe” in evolution.
The problem with this is statement that there is no scientific evidence supporting intelligent design. It is a religious belief, not a scientific theory.
By teaching ID, you have to get science out of the way. Not just evolution, but physics, chemistry, etc. After all, ID needs intellectual affermative action, a socialist forced introduction, because it has no scientific merits to promote it. Perfect way to get back to the Dark Ages.
Actually it's your completely BS twist that says anything about the "superior" surviving. Evolution is about adaptation to environmental changes.
>>This is why a non-denominational and voluntary teaching of intelligent design, along with the theory of evolution, offers a better understanding of a moral society than the amoral and atheistic theory of evolution. This would be especially useful at a time when our school children are faced with the consequences of moral relativism and violence.<<
What class would you teach that in?
Evolution is merely an engine in God’s perfect machine, allowing the system to change and improve over time without Him having to constantly meddle with things.
Chuck I can’t help but notice that since 2003, all you have done here is post a series of post and runs. You start thread after thread. Every thread links back to your sites. You never acknowledge or respond to any replies.
Plus you post them all in news.
That’s not a cool way to treat the site.