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Re: My Faith Lies In Evolution... I Was A Horrible Physics Student, Though I'm Learning :o)

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Posted by Beelzebub X on November 26, 1999 17:09:22 UTC

: I don't know where or how this fits into the scope of this discussion but I would like to mention a couple of things. Sometimes we have to step out of our logical, analytical minds. By looking at the world, universe you really got to put an effort out to think that it just evolved. : If God created everything then he also created the physical laws, and is not subject to them. : : There is a beetle call the bombarbier. It mixes 3 chemicals within its body, two of which explode upon contact with each other. The third neutralizes the other two. But as these 3 chemicals are propelled out a tube in the rear of the bettle then the third chemical dissipates in the air leaving the remaining two chemicals to explode. : It is impossible for this creature to have evolved. Just one persons beliefs.

Beelzebub: Hmmm...when we would step out of our logical, analytical minds then we would get lost in esoteric and superstition! God's universe is absolute logical and everything can be counted back to its origin!

(It's impossible for the bombardier to have evolved? Why?)

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