It's spelled "evolution" and it's been proven for very many decades now. Whenever I hear from someone who doesn't accept it it's usually because they either don't understand it or they have a precomitment to a religious belief that they will not let go of no matter how many times it's explained to them or they are shown evidence. Ex. Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron. Does anyone have a better example than those two?
I believe that God created people. I know there is scientific evidence supporting evolution but I still stand strong on my faith. I think its possible that the skeletons were another species that went extinct. And all the sciencey stuff's easy to fake but I can understand that Christianity is hard to believe too. We, as humans, want the proof. But Christianity ain't about "proof" its about faith.
i don't really have an opinion, it just is what it is. it's obvious to me when i think about something as simple as communication. it's evolved. like from writing to the typewriter, to the computer, phones, cell phones, etc.
within species evolution is obviously going on due to environmental changes and breeding but the claim of one species turning into another has yet to be fact there is no archeological evidence to support it.
There is no opinion on evolution. It is a fact. How you fit that into your spiritual world is up to you. Denying evolution happening, here, now, yesterday or in the distant past is something you can only do if you choose not look into the topic. People that deny evolution are either lying to you or do not have the faintest idea what it is. Open your eyes. Ask yourself why there is a different flu every year. Why diseases become resistant to drugs, why you find polar bears on the poles and not Grizzly bears.
I believe in evolution science has uncovered much evidence to support it. I also believe in god. There are many holes in the scientific theories that leave plenty of room for god. Science it's self is ever evolving. Things we knew to be true just a few centuries ago we now no were false. Imagine what we will know in a few more centuries.
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I tend toward believing what makes the most sense. The tenets of religion leave too much to blind faith and provide nothing tangible to work with. Scientific discoveries and theories wrought in the two thousand years since the rise of monotheism all corroborate, and are more reasonable to me, they bear evidence that can be verified and are more acceptable to a pragmatic mind like mine. If this is considered evil, then so be it.
Christians are not, or at least should not be, opposed to micro-evolution. Microevolution, which is changes within a species, is an uncontroversial, well-documented, naturally occurring biological phenomenon. Macroevolution, which is one species developing into an entirely new species, is what many Christians are opposed to. Why? For one, it is not scientific. It is not observable, testable, or repeatable. We see species adapting all the time. But, we do not see dogs becoming horses, or lizards becoming birds. When Darwin observed finches on the Galapagos islands, he observed certain types of finches surviving better due to a slightly different beak design (microevolution). He did not observe finches becoming pelicans (macroevolution).
no, it's not true. Its a theory, not a fact. A. Missing link, still missing. B. If the Universe was really as old as evolutionists say it is, then the sun would have died out. C. Go to this website http://www.biblelife.org/evolution.htm it has everything from examples of Natural selection, to DNA
That it's a known fact just like the theory of gravity. A majority of religions accept evolution as well, such as: The Pope and the Roman Catholic church, the Methodist church, the Presbyterian church, the church of England, the United Church of Christ, the Muslim sects of Sunni and Shi'a, the Dali Lama and Buddhism, the conference of American rabbis, and 95% of the educated world.
I have no opinion except that I can fit it into my own world view about how the entire universe is continuous and never stops. If there has to be a beginning, then that contradicts the entire idea of matter or energy being destroyed. I can fit evolution into my own view, though. It is a fact. There is no missing link, this is a Christian ploy. And there are plenty of scientific papers to prove that it does happen and still happens.
Even giant talking eagles know evolution is a proven FACT. There is no need to have an opinion. -
Even if you do not "believe" it, it does not diminish the fact that it can be proven over and over and over. - You do not need to believe in it for it to be a fact. - You do not have to believe in a virus, even when you get the flu. But it is there inside you nonetheless.
Evolution is not true. I do not think there is anyway we evolved from monkeys. This is way it is a theory and not proven. The truth is, there is no way to prove how anything began, so people need to stop judging others. People can believe what they want, but I believe god created the heavens and earth, and humans.