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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 24, 2002 19:51:44 UTC

"If you say creationism could be falsified then you are saying God may not exist."

This is the flaw in your argument. If creation science was shown wrong, then God could still exist. God could have created the world using evolution (However, I completely disagree with this).

"But we should and I do teach the fact that evolution could be wrong and we must keep an open mind to other scientific alternatives."

If evolution could be wrong, then what other scientific altrenatives are there? Well, at least this is a start.

"But teaching that God created this that and the other in 7 days and 6,000 years ago and rose from the dead and all that jazz should not be in the classrooom."

Rose from the dead? What does this have to do with creaton science?


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