posted on 07/18/2007 8:14:52 PM PDT
(Beware the secularization of America; the Islamization of Eurabia)
A recent Canadian Press-Decima Research Poll shows Canadians are divided on the role God played or did not play in the creation of humans.
Odd story. "Dog bites man!"
What would be the alternative to Canadians being "divided" on the role God played or did not play in the creation of humans? "Canadians all agree monolithically on the role God played in the creation of humans"? Now THAT would be an interesting story....
I don’t think I’ll be able to sleep tonight until the Canadians sort this one out ...
posted on 07/18/2007 8:17:42 PM PDT
(Progressives like to keep doing the things that didn't work in the past.)
Well, then I guess Canadians are like everyone else...
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Polling news relating to our friends north of the border.
posted on 07/18/2007 8:29:04 PM PDT
(As He died to make men holy, let us die to make men free.)
Though the young earth position flies in the face of science, OLeary points out there is scientific evidence for a very small number of human ancestors.
Go back far enough and you will see a series of bottlenecks, with founders effects and lots of other limitations. A very small number of human ancestors is no surprise because the side branches are extinct! Duh!
Old earth and no Adam and Eve. Sounds about right.
posted on 07/18/2007 8:38:43 PM PDT
(Religious belief does not constitute scientific evidence, nor does it convey scientific knowledge.)
That was a pointless poll... I guess Canada much be a real boring place.
posted on 07/18/2007 8:39:22 PM PDT
(Put the illegals on a path ... back to Mexico!)
"Canadians divided on role God played in human creation"
Fortunately for Canadians not sure about whether or not God created them, He knows and loves them anyway and awaits for them to honor Him.
posted on 07/18/2007 8:42:16 PM PDT
Canadians have become a foolish people. This is just one of the many tidbits of evidence to that effect.
If a person believes in “a” God, and (s)he does not believe that the universe is the creation of God, did God evolve from the cosmic dust too? Or was God a byproduct of “the big bang” and if so how sure could we be that only “one God” sprang forth from that event?
posted on 07/18/2007 9:35:21 PM PDT
(If the Fairness Doctrine is imposed on USA who will CNN news get to read the conservative rebuttal)
throwing them into the young earth creationist
By placing one's attention on God, The Creator of All - the emphasis given to 'young earth/old earth' will wane for it's, merely, a deceptive practice to battle God's Word.
According to the poll released July 3, 26 percent of Canadians believe that God created human beings pretty much in their present form within the last 10,000 years or so, while 34 percent said human beings have developed over millions of years from less advanced forms of life, but God guided the process. Another 29 percent say God played no part.
These were the same options given in a poll in the US.
Who came up those stupid options?!?
None of the options represent orthodox Christian thinking.
posted on 07/19/2007 6:15:41 AM PDT
(Romney : "not really trying to define what is technically amnesty. I'll let the lawyers decide.")
Francis S Collins, The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief
posted on 07/19/2007 9:07:24 AM PDT
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