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It Takes Alot Of Faith,............... To Believe That Evolution Is Fact.

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Posted by Russ/">Russ on July 7, 1999 06:11:08 UTC

It takes more faith to accept evolution. ie. They , (by the way Lee, who is they anyway?)......,now back to the show. They found prehistoric man in Arkansas, the oldest find yet. OOOOOPPPs, it turns out that the image of what this prehistoric man was supposed to look like turned out to be based on a pigs, Oink, Oink, jawbone. Now that's faith. Also everybody's trying to explain the sudden mass extiction of most of the life on earth.....that's easy THE FLOOD OF NOAH. Most ancient civilizations have written and oral accounts of the great flood. Most of the fossils found are mass graves, with contorted bones that were buried suddenly by water and mud in bends of river beds.If you've ever seen water at work you can also believe that the Grand Canyon was formed in 9 months. If a dinosaur was to die today, the flies,maggots and other processes would decompose it to nothing in a very short time. It would have to buried quickly to perserve it. Carbon dating is unreliable. They have dated petrified trees from the 1980 Mt St. Helens eruption as million of years old....aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh......1980 wasn't that long ago. So ,I guess alot of things that we think are true, are just opinion or stories for cash. It's My humble opinion that You have a open mind, so start your quest by reading Darwin on Trial by Phillip E. Johnson, The Illustrated Origins Answer Book, by Paul S. Taylor, or The FACE That Demonstrates the Farce of Evolution, by Hank Hanegraaf. I know you'll enjoy them in your quest for the truth. Also daystarcom.org............pretty cool too. Think about it. Enjoy your journey.......it's alot of fun.

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