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To: alstewartfan

I didn’t see Rush quibble on his “I believe in evolution” and “Certainly things evolve. There’s no question. There’s no denying it.” answer, other than saying the obvious, that evolution as a scientific theory doesn’t explain creation.

Here are Rush’s words on the subject...

“Now, had I been on the program, this is an easy answer. Matthews’ question: “You want to educate the American peep about science and its relevance. Do you believe in evolution?”

“Yeah. I believe in evolution.”

“Oh, you do? We got a Republican believes in evolution!”

“Yeah, wait, Chris! Wait, though! It can’t explain creation. I mean, we’ve got both. Where did it come from, Chris? Don’t give me the Big Bang. Don’t give me evolution for the Big Bang. Where did this all come from, what was it before it was what it is? Certainly things evolve. There’s no question. There’s no denying it. But evolution does not explain creation.”


23 posted on 05/11/2009 2:57:55 PM PDT by allmendream ("Wealth is EARNED not distributed, so how could it be redistributed?")
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To: allmendream
People use “evolution” to mean very different things. I KNOW that Rush rejects the concept of cross-species evolution. I too believe that over generations, organisms change somewhat, such as differing skin colors among humans. To assume that organs and organisms sprouted from single cells, which themselves sprang from non-life, over billions of years, is ridiculous. And Rush agrees. Blessings, Bob
25 posted on 05/14/2009 12:54:22 PM PDT by alstewartfan
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