brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Bob LeChevalier lojbab at lojban.org
Wed Jul 17 02:56:50 EST 2002


angilion at ypical.fsnet.co.uk (Angilion) wrote:
>>Those who answered that evolution took place, with or without
>>God's tinkering about with it, were forty-nine percent of the
>>respondents.  
>
>Yes, I did read that.  However, John was correct when he
>stated that the results of the poll showed that only 9% of
>the people questioned believed the ToE as historically defined
>to be true.  The ToE as does not include belief in a deity
>guiding evolution.

The ToE is absolutely silent on the question of a deity, as is all of
science.  Whether a person believes that God guides evolution or not, they
accept the theory of evolution.  Many (evolutionary) scientists believe in
God.

lojbab



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