Creationism and other doctrines. Was Mindforth
jkirwan at easystreet.com
Sun Dec 15 20:59:50 EST 2002
On Wed, 11 Dec 2002 11:44:02 GMT, albert at spenarnc.xs4all.nl
(Albert van der Horst) wrote:
>In article <3DF60CF0.605F43E at ieee.org>, Jerry Avins <jya at ieee.org> wrote:
>>> As a creationist who is also a scientist I don't know where that puts
>>> me. Not that I really care.
>>I see a difference between a creationist who is a scientist and the
>>doctrine of Scientific Creationism; don't you? It seems to me that
>>creationism, evolution, astrology, theism, and atheism are all matters
>Evolution doesn't belong here. It is a scientific theory, not
>a matter of faith.
>You have been brain washed.
>Living in the US, by any chance?
Only in the US, it seems, can someone suggest with a straight
face that evolution is a matter of faith. The rise of Christian
fundamentalism from 6% in the late '60s to perhaps 30%
proportions has had something to do with it, I think.
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