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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 15, 2002 21:44:22 UTC

I don't deny that the Seymouria existed! God created it in the first week of creation.

"BTW- you are guessing what my beliefs are. Why not just ask me instead of assuming."

Ok, I'm asking you: Do you believe in evolution?
And if you do, then do you believe that the Seymouria is a transitional fossil? And if you say yes, than how come it is dated YOUNGER than what is supposed to evolve into? That's all I ask.
KC2GWX 73's

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