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A Simian Shakespeare Theatre?
Romans 1:20
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I find this blog fascinating to read, I really do. I am a passionate and critical scientist in heart and soul, and I would classify myself as very open-minded. I have no idea how the universe was created, whether through a creator or something else, and I am not saying you are wrong in that respect, there is no evidence saying you are wrong.

I take offence when you repeatedly refer to evolutionists as "ignorant uneducated fools" or the like, or suggesting we "can't truly believe our theories if we defend them so much." I am educated and I also like to think I am not a fool, and I do truly believe in evolution.

I believe that creationism and evolution can co-exist, and frankly to argue otherwise would be close-minded. An example of this:

I know a reverend, she is a devout christian and an amazing woman. She believes 100% that god created the universe, but she is a biology teacher, and she believes and teaches evolution. Cannot God have created the Universe and then started the evolutionary ball rolling? could he not be the one responsible for evolution?

By being so completely vehement in your dismantling of evolution, you are almost appearing more close-minded and less credible.

Some food for thought.


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