I want to address those who think of evolution as just "A Theory". As if that puts it on equal footing with intelligent design . . . because that is a theory too . . . even though it isn't. The reason for this is because the scientific method isn't some nice, neat, linear series of steps from it's first observation to the final theory. Science is cyclic where inductive and deductive reasoning is applied over and over again, constantly, to the different aspects of the same subject. You just can't do that with Intelligent Design, and that is a fact.
Evolution is a theory where we can use all our observations of life on Earth, through the fossil record, the geology of where they are found, and the biology of living species to make sense and understand it. The scientific method can be used to make the idea of living things changing over time, and that organisms are related like the branches of a huge bush where existing species give rise to new species as the most reasonable explanation.
There is just so much evidence in support of evolution that the tried and tested theory may be reasonably considered fact. Denying that evidence and equating Intelligent Design is just a political savvy way of including creationism in the conversation.
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