A Common Misconception among Evolutionists Re: Creation Science

Kevin B. Jones kbjones at awod.com
Sun Oct 25 20:31:31 EST 1998


In article <kbjones-2510981056110001 at wa0007.tnt1-56k.awod.com>,
kbjones at awod.com (Kevin B. Jones) wrote:

> 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
> "faith".
> 
> -- 
> Kevin B. Jones
> 
> That which does not kill me only makes me stronger.

this is most interesting.  this is the first time i have read this group, 
yet there are posts i made to other groups already here.  how can that be?

-- 
Kevin B. Jones

That which does not kill me only makes me stronger.



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