When religious conservatives learn to get past the whole creationism thing and accept the far more valid theory of evolution, and when certain atheist scientists stop pointing to scientific discovery as a means of disproving the existence of God, we can move past the infantile bickering that occurs when religious fanatics and scientists/atheists get together.[/quote]
…again (as i’ve written this before) for example just because there are many religions throughout world history does not mean all of them have to be wrong. one can be right.
same as in your above dilemma, one of them can be right.
[quote]H factor wrote:
The double standard is “hilarious.” Creationism has no place in a science classroom, end of story. It can take place in religious studies, in other places, but why teach something that isn’t based on science in science class? It makes no sense.
edited from another H-factless horse manure post:
That notion that not everything is all one way and shades of gray exist doesn’t fit in with the paranoid mindset of whatever drivel “I can’t see from c-dog.” A guy who I had to put on ignore because he invented an idea that I’m part of a conspiracy to control the dialogue on this website in a liberal way.
H-factless how nice to be on your ignore function that allows you into my threads all the while affirming that you can’t see any of what i write.
no Christians are sick and tired of being portrayed in media as loony while secular ideas such as men that suck the semen from other men’s penis are put on a pedestal through numerous TV/liberal media. they are looked up to as role models.
if you believe otherwise why does the liberal media report 24/7 when a young football player decides to declare to the world he is homosexual?
if you want fifteen minutes of fame just tell your local liberal media you are tired of the burden of being a homo. boo hoo, i’m on national tv now and may get a reality show.
if you believe otherwise why does our government outspend every other disease to find a cure for AIDS?
there is a cure, dont’ stick your penis in a men’s filthy sewer like anus that is infected with AIDS.
Total Federal spending on AIDS/HIV FY 2009 = 24.1 billion
Total Federal spending on cancer (all types) = 4.81 billion
That’s quite a discrepancy considering the number of new HIV/AIDS cases last year was estimated at about 50,000.
As to specific cancers and funding…
Number of new breast cancer cases/ deaths 2009 = 207,090/39,840
Number of new prostate cancer cases/ deaths 2009 = 217,730/32,050
Number of new lung cancer cases/ deaths 2009 = 222,520/157,300
Funding 2009 for breast cancer = 599.5 million
Funding 2009 for prostate cancer = 293.9 million
Funding 2009 for lung cancer = 246.9 million
…Christians being ridiculed for what they believe in as having no place in such a superbly intelligent age:
Evolutionists claim that dinosaurs evolved over millions of years. They imagine that one kind of animal slowly changed over long periods of time to become a different kind of animal. For instance, they believe that amphibians changed into reptiles (including dinosaurs) by this gradual process.
This would mean, of course, that there would have been millions of creatures during that time that would be “in between,” as amphibians evolved into reptiles. Evidence of these “transitional forms,” as they are called, should be abundant.
However, many fossil experts admit that not one unquestionable transitional form between any group of creatures and another has been found anywhere. If dinosaurs evolved from amphibians, there should be, for example, fossil evidence of animals that are part dinosaur and part something else.
However, there is no proof of this anywhere. In fact, if you go into any museum you will see fossils of dinosaurs that are 100% dinosaur, not something in between. There are no 25%, 50%, 75%, or even 99% dinosaurs - they are all 100% dinosaur!
H-factless get some professional help.
And by professional help I mean take a trip to North Korea and ask a paid soldier to stab you in the face with a bayonet.