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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 15, 2002 16:36:10 UTC

"There work may be technical and geniune, but there conclusions cannot be supported by science."

Umm......isn't this a contradicting sentence?
If their work if technical and geniune, then doesn't that mean it is scientific? You can't say
that they are geniune arguements that can't be supported by science. What make them geniune?

"Maybe God uses evolution to create. Has that ever crossed your mind?"

Old earth creation is a impossiblity. First of all, if you believe in evolution, then you can not believe in the first book of Genesis. No matter how you interpret it, Genesis points to
six-day creation. And if you don't believe the first book, then just throw away the rest.

"God is intangible and science is based on tangible reality."

Ok, then evolution is not science either. You can
not observe evolution in one lifetime. Therefore it is intangible. KC2GWX 73's

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