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Posted by Aaron Viviano on July 3, 2002 01:23:42 UTC

There was only creationism out there and so those who didn't believe in God slowly were trying to find a thoery that would prove it. Along comes several guys, but they really didn't succed, then comes Darwin and wala evolution (based on the false idea that the birds were different species, but they weren't.)

See. Besides most of our ideas about the whole universe are originated in different holy books. And we don't live in that kind of world in the first place so this world is not needed. Why don't you just ask this question:

"Is there any way that you can prove that what is said to happen in the bible with out using the bible as the basis for that belief?"

Would that be a better question?


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