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Posted by Aaron Viviano on October 13, 2002 17:00:39 UTC

You would only need to bring in a set of Dogs thus having covered dog kind.

"If you took your argument at its extreme, we could just say that one pair of creatures were brought onto the ark - the animal kind. Everything evolved from that. How utterly ridiculous and yet, that is the lunacy apparent in these arguments."

The would be ridiculous if that is what I was arguing, but I'm not. My argument is not that only one animal kind was needed, but that not every species needs to be on the ark.

"You've let your fundamentalist religious views take over your perspective of what is true."

No I haven't I have just told you what the bible says not what my views say. The Bible says Kinds not Species, thus one doesn't have to fit every type of raptors into the ark, just one. However we don't know exactly what a kind really is diffined as. So instead of ridiculing the idea we should investigate, to find out exactly what a Kind is. Untill we know that you can't just say its impossible because then it wuold just be your veiw against by view with out a fact between us.

-Aaron

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