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Teaching evolution in South African schools

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« Reply #30 on: May 22, 2012, 15:06:11 PM »

Poor Ben: you should read Darwin's brilliant book first before you make stupid statements like:
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It is as if someone took the Bible and started reading from Genesis and wrote the exact opposite as in the Bible to formulate this theory...sounds evil to me.
Incidentally, Darwin was a religious man who through research and painstaking experimentation (together with hundreds of other scientists)eventually questioned creationism and although he was too much of a gentleman to call it evil, certainly put the cat among the pigeons among the establishment. Think on this: If God existed (the Christian one), would he have engineered Darwin's life to question creationism or did he (god) come to the realization that he needed a new advocate of how things actually happened as he couldn't hoodwink the scientists and more learned society that was starting to evolve?  Evil
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« Reply #31 on: May 22, 2012, 15:10:13 PM »

Think on this: If God existed (the Christian one), would he have engineered Darwin's life to question creationism

He gave him free will! To do exactly as god told him to do, anyway.

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Never let the child in you die!

I thought us heathens were wanton abortionists?!
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« Reply #32 on: May 22, 2012, 16:49:51 PM »

funny man BM!  Grin I'm 67 and still have that child in me...my wife says it's my second childhood....m.a.w. ek's kinds!
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