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Posted by S.H. Le on October 18, 1999 19:47:36 UTC

: You obviously belong to the creationist school of thought (Gee, I am perceptive!).

Okay, before this argument advances any further, I need to understand your view point, if you'll indulge me. We're all here to learn other perspectives after all.

1) Do creationists take the bible literally? This is something I've heard my friends say, but I'm not sure if it's true (wouldn't want to jump to conclusions now would we?) 2) How old do you think the earth is? Much younger than it actually is if I'm not mistaken. 3) Something about macro/micro-evolution. I'm not entirely sure here. This is where I think the idea of no mutation producing an increase in information right? 4) others?

I know this isn't the place to be teaching creationist theory, but perhaps if you directed me to some website, I could research it for myself. That would be much appreciated. Peace brzd.

P.S. I'll start asking better questions.

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