Evolution and Entropy
jow at helix.nih.gov
Thu Jan 27 08:54:18 EST 1994
In article <2i7u8u$8t5 at news.u.washington.edu> Jim Sloan,
jsloan at u.washington.edu writes:
>Yes, this is a standard argument that Christians make against the theory
Not all Christians see a conflict between their religion and evolution.
I bet you can find atheists who don't accept evolution and would use the
same arguments against it.
Just thought I'd suggest that sweeping generalizations about groups of
people are generally the product of minds with an axe to grind.
Christianity has not failed. It has yet to be tried.
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