Posted in Atheism, neo-creationism, science, Skepticism, Space, tagged bill donohue, bobby jindal, creation, evolution, jason lisle, kirk cameron, lee strobel, michael edmondson, randall niles, ray comfort, rhonda storms, rush limbaugh, someone on facebook giving head, terry mortenson on August 15, 2008|
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I know I end up saying much on the subject regarding every supposed ex-atheist I can find, but it’s a subject that just keeps on giving. Just once I would like to find a now-Creationist and ex-atheist who actually understands evolution.
But it’s not this guy.
Since Darwin put forth his original theory, scientists have sought fossil evidence indicating past organic transitions. Nearly 150 years later, there has been no evidence of evolutionary transition found thus far in the fossil record. In Darwin’s own words, if his theory of “macro-evolution” were true, we would see a vast number of fossils at intermediate stages of biological development. In fact, based on standard mathematical models, we would see far more transitional forms in the fossil record than complete specimens. However, we see none — not one true transitional specimen has ever been found.
Either he’s intentionally ignorant or just lying.
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Posted in Atheism, neo-creationism, science, Skepticism, Space, tagged bobby jindal, charles darwin, creation, creationism, creationist, darwin, darwinism, darwinist, evolution, evolutionism, evolutionist, ideists, idiots, intelligent design, jason lisle, kirk cameron, lee strobel, michael edmondson, ray comfort, rhonda storms, rush limbaugh, terry mortenson on August 13, 2008|
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On FSTDT, we have our own saying that we took from futurama. When a fundie explains evolution or the big bang wrong, as not a single one of them has gotten it right, we say that or a variation thereof. For instance: the big bang does not work that way!
Evolution explains something observed in nature: species are not fixed. Through different environments in nature, species adapt over time into completely new types of animal. Or just die out, but the ones we care about are the ones that adapted.
Anyway, evolution seems to be a pretty simple concept, yes? Well, groups like Answers in Gensis have been fighting it since like the 1980s and still don’t have a firm grasp on it.
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