Shannon, I don’t think you can equate a philosoophical, or …

Comment on The hinge of our faith by rnielsen7222@msn.com.

Shannon, I don’t think you can equate a philosoophical, or scientific idea, with bigotry or hate speech. Of course we should oppose anything that is hurtful to another human being. That is in fact why I am opposing the intent if this web sight. It is hurtfull to the students and teachers at LSU, and it is hurtful to the principle of free speach, and religious freedom that we as Adventists support.

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The hinge of our faith
Bob, It remains a mystery to my why you insist on equating evolution with athiesm. Evolution is a statement about how living organisms change from generation to generation. Athiesm is a statement about whether God is involved in the process. Those two concepts aren’t totaly separeate, and independent issues.

Also your references to evolution as life coming from organic material, or birds coming from reptiles is totally irrelevant. Life doesn’t need to come from inorganic material, and we don’t need birds to come from dinasaurs, because we already have birds, and we see that the birds we have are continuing to evolve. All life that we know of today is in the process of evolving.


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