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"Is there a problem with me trusting a scientific theory over a book comprised of many different texts from many different authors from many different time periods?"
Don't you mean a theory that has been written by (according to many atheists) millions of scientists?
".. quite an idiotic part because it shares the same pathway as the trachea which is what allows us to choke to death (pretty bad design, if you ask me)."
According to this argument, it's idiotic for people to have legs too then because they make it possible for us to walk into the street where we might get hit by a car or a truck. Our esophagus doesn't routinely cause this problem; it's only when something goes wrong that it does.
"Well, sickle-cell anemia was a random genetic mutation that was actually helpful, and here's how: ... if a person is born with just ONE copy of the gene they are immune to malaria, a deadly disease."
So, does this mean that if there was a treatment that would give you sickle-cell anemia you would take it so as to be immune to malaria?
"Also, mutations are not the only way that evolution happened (it is still happening). ... This idea is where the Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection comes into play."
I don't see the author of the article denying natural selection. Please point out that part, thanks.
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