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The “Abominable Mystery”
I’m not going to take the time to write much on this, but an article on the BBC about Charles Darwin is very revealing. See New light shed on Charles Darwin’s ‘abominable mystery’. Two thoughts: First, Darwin’s defenders try to … Continue reading
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Roman Catholics, Evolution, Homosexuality, and the Religion of ME
The only thing new is the way the religion of ME is manifesting itself. Roman Catholicism was always going to adopt and adapt. Continue reading
Posted in Thoughts on the News Tagged evolution, homosexuality, Roman Catholicism, syncretism, tradition 7 Comments
An Evolutionary Problem — Which Evolved First?
Seen on a sign at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh: Plants and Pollinators. One can’t live without the other. So which evolved first?
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Creation, evolution, symbiosis 9 Comments
Darwin v Darwin
Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science. – Charles Darwin The mystery … Continue reading
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The Foundation of Evolutionary Theory
God is the foundation of evolutionary theory. The theory is so incredible that no one would ever believe this stuff if there weren’t a God to be rejected and denied.
Posted in Quick Thoughts Tagged Creation, evolution 41 Comments