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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 18, 2002 04:35:06 UTC

"Is Darwinism not science?"

Read the quote in this link:

He admits that no matter what the evidence points to, he will believe in evolution. That is religion.

"Then you believe that dinosaurs were fire-breathing monsters that lived with humans, as your bible describes?"

I don't think the Bible mentions fire-breathing dinosaurs. Maybe it does, could you give me a verse?

"God, maybe. But your God? No.
He was refering to the idea of religion, not yours, specifically. On another note: I can ASSURE you that nowhere close to "94" percent of the population of the U.S. take their religion "totally literally.""

I don't disagree with most of this. I don't think 94% percent believe in my God, and of which percent does, I don't think the vast majority takes the Bible completely literaly. But Stormcrow made it sound like we are a small group. This is not the case. That was my point.


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