A Common Misconception among Evolutionists Re: Creation Science

Kevin B. Jones kbjones at awod.com
Sun Oct 25 10:56:11 EST 1998

In article <70ufs4$7mp$1 at news.cyberhighway.net>, "Adam & Melody Smith"
<digginit at cyberhighway.net> wrote:

> Exactly. Evolution is a belief just as is Creation. Neither view is more
> scientific. Which is more logical can be debated; is order spontaneous or
> does it require an Organizer? Science is the observation of phenomena and
> hypotheses based on such obsevations. Since the past can not be observed,
> all ideas of what may have created the present are simply beliefs derived
> from observations of current events. These ideas cannot be tested, proved,
> or disproved, so they do not become hypotheses, or theories. The so-called
> "Theory of Evolution" should be re-named the Religion of Evolution, since it
> is merely a belief about what might have happened. The claim that it is more
> scientific than Creationism is completely ludicrous.

Theory based on a preponderance of evidence.  Physical evidence.  that is
the difference in the theory of evolution (and any other scientific
theory) and religion, which disregards the verifiable evidence in favor of

Kevin B. Jones

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