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    Re: Do you reject evolution?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    It isn't just a theory... it is a scientific theory:

    A scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world, based on knowledge that has been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experimentation.

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    The problem is that once some of the Bible is factually proven to be false then the validity of the rest of the Bible can reasonably be questioned. Since it was written hundreds of years after Jesus by different people at different times with exact quotes I think that it is more than reasonable to think that the Bible fictitious.
    my dear, if you are aware what the Bible is about you wouldn't talk about the correctness of the text. The biggest value of that text lies in its implicit nature . You should not search the facts in it, you will never find them. If you read my comment above that is how i interpret the creation text and it is how i feel it to be in accordance with evolution, which i am not denying to be a plausible scientific theory( yet not fully argumentative ) after all, lets be honest, we have no god damned idea from where everything had came from and how we approached till today in current forms, only we know is that we all have right to assume, present hypothesis , make theories, or just believe what seems relevant for us.
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    Re: Do you reject evolution?

    Quote Originally Posted by Newman View Post
    my dear, if you are aware what the Bible is about you wouldn't talk about the correctness of the text. The biggest value of that text lies in its implicit nature . You should not search the facts in it, you will never find them. If you read my comment above that is how i interpret the creation text and it is how i feel it to be in accordance with evolution, which i am not denying to be a plausible scientific theory( yet not fully argumentative ) after all, lets be honest, we have no god damned idea from where everything had came from and how we approached till today in current forms, only we know is that we all have right to assume, present hypothesis , make theories, or just believe what seems relevant for us.
    I don'tsearch for facts because there are none... it is a fable about morals. All good. No big deal...
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    Re: Do you reject evolution?

    I do not reject it. Much evidence supports it, so it'd be kinda strange to do so.
    I don't reject the possibility of a creator, either. No evidence for that, really, but if such an entity exists it could as easily hide such evidence as it could create it.

    I've occasionally thought that there's no real conflict between the two explanations, except what people make up because they want to disagree with one or the other.
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