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Posted by Scott Abernathy on May 16, 2002 19:39:58 UTC

I just read through everyone of your links. I found them to be interesting and skeptical. I was pleasantly suprised at the level of committment some of these articles possessed. Most of their arguements are taking the stance that absence of rock solid, absolute evidence is the death of evolution. Look at the advertisements, read the wordage, listen to the rhetoric. It is obvious that this page is appealing to emotion and preying on fears. Propoganda!! I am still in favor of creationism as a way to keep scientific thought on its toes, but sometimes it is taken too far. I don't think there was enough in those websites to prove creation or change the path we are going down with respect to evolution. Creationism is not science. Evolution is changing. Things do appear to be designed because that is human nature - to orderly categorize the world around them. It must be God. That may be true, but how did God do it. Was it a poof over 6 days, or was it set in motion and we are still changing. Are we the final product? I think creationist thinking is very limited in its conclusions. I gave your link a chance, did you read my link. It is very technical, but I think a young man of your intellect could wade through some of it to see it is not the brainwashing rhetoric that is a part of some other websites (ICR).


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