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Re: 5 Questions for Creationists
« Reply #45 on: December 05, 2014, 10:45:07 PM »

Chapter 26 is astonishing! In verse 7 the concept of "north" is established as it would mathematically relate to spherical values. This verse also illustrates a "suspended" earth in space.



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Re: 5 Questions for Creationists
« Reply #46 on: December 10, 2014, 11:42:32 AM »
I don't care to answer your inquiries by the numbers. Sorry if that perturbs you. (Oops! THAT was a lie!)

There's lots of room for varying theories. I'm not sure why you have to be so militantly on one side.

Evolution is a fact. My appendix is all the proof I need. But the question is: does evolution account for humankind?

And I have to say NO.

As closely as we have been identified with the great apes, they can't talk, they can't reason, they can't drive a car. They can't write a book. They can't build anything. They can't construct a society. The list of what they can't do is endless.

Your point about vestigial organs is just silliness. Many other species have what might be termed "vestigial organs." So what?

Your ridiculous questions about "Neanderthals" and such are just that -- ridiculous. You seem to assume, for example, that the Bible has to be a history book. The Holy Bible has been criticized in lots of ways, and modified a few times, but you might be the first guy to come along that asserts that it should be an account of history. It ain't. But you knew that already.

Your blather makes me tired.

Think of it this way. If what you believe to be so is so, how did you come by the ability to post your last post? Honestly, what are the chances you would have morphed out of the mud and become an accomplished typist and shared with us all your liberal/progressive wisdom without some sort of guidance?

What separates us from the critters is consciousness. It's the thing that makes a lot of other words possible -- sorry, tardy, silly, foolish, embarrassed, happy. This is just a shirt-cuff list, but if you take away consciousness, they all go away. They disappear like they were never there.

Please explain to me how the finest aspects of humanity evolved from the mud. Seriously, I'd love to see what you come up with.
What vestigial organ's would they be talking about? The appendix? Wrong, that organ has, and does serve a purpose.

The fact you can live without it doesn't mean it's vestigial, anymore than the fact you can live with only one lung, one kidney, that doesn't mean one of your lungs or kidney's are vestigial though.

Evolutionists like to claim "vestigial organs", but the fact is what we once medically and scientifically didn't know, led us to think some organs like the appendix, were "vestigial".

Left over from some earlier time, having no real purpose today.

We now know, what Darwin and his fellow evolutionists did not, that there is a reason and a function for every organ in the Human body.

Yes in nature some things do evolve, understanding for instance "evolves".

But as for "vestigial organs" well, lets just say that Our science and medical know how, have "evolved" to know that not to be the case. https://answersingenesis.org/human-body/vestigial-organs/do-any-vestigial-organs-exist-in-humans/
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Re: 5 Questions for Creationists
« Reply #47 on: December 12, 2014, 01:14:37 PM »
Evolutionists like to claim "vestigial organs", but the fact is what we once medically and scientifically didn't know, led us to think some organs like the appendix, were "vestigial".

Left over from some earlier time, having no real purpose today.


Kind of like brains, in Liberals...

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Re: 5 Questions for Creationists
« Reply #48 on: December 13, 2014, 12:49:03 PM »
Kind of like brains, in Liberals...

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