More Creation/Evolution Posts Coming!

I have to take a science class this term for my business degree. I’m looking forward to it, as I think that it will give me a chance to bring in some more creation/evolution debate to this site. I admit that I am pretty ignorant as to what evolution actually teaches.  All I know is what groups like Answers in Genesis have to say about it. I’m told that this is pretty inaccurate, but I have yet to have an evolutionist show me anything that contradicts what I’ve read from creationist groups. The science book that I have to read for class has an entire chapter devoted to the evidence for evolution, which I am particulaly looking forward to. I’ve read through Icons of Evolution, which raises serious doubts about much of the evidence for evolution. If there’s other evidence aside from what that book discusses, I want to know about it.

I actually want to make an informed decision about evolution. I want to know what it actually teaches so that I can decide for myself if it is an accurate portrayal of origins.

Of course, the book takes numerous swipes at religion in the first chapter alone, which makes me wonder about the objectivity of the authors.

I’m going to try to remain as objective as I can. We’ll see what I learn, and hopefully some interesting debate will result on this site.

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Posted on August 2, 2009, in Science, Site News and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Francesco Orsenigo

    So what is the evidence for Creation?

    I really hope you’re not going to use the “God works in mysterious ways” card here, it tend to be not too useful when you want to actually -learn- something, and didn’t do too much for the advancement of humanity.

    Also, I see that Answer In Genesis is a “Christianity-defending ministry”, which leads me to think that they assume that Christian Doctrine and Science are compatible.
    They may or they may not be compatible, but starting from the assumptions is a very bad way to make Science.

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