Message from discussion Neanderthals & Adam & Eve
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From: jillery <69jpi...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Neanderthals & Adam & Eve
Date: Fri, 18 May 2012 14:57:22 -0400
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On Fri, 18 May 2012 09:46:54 -0700 (PDT), Herman <Dusty55...@aol.com>
>On May 18, 10:24ï¿½am, jillery <69jpi...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> >What about it being impossible for life to evolve by chance?
>> >To evolve
>> >by chance is impossible so what does that leave? It leaves Creation
>> >that's what.
>> No. ï¿½Arguments against evolution are not arguments for Creationism.
>> Even if it could be shown that evolution was impossible, you are still
>> obliged to show that your version of creation is correct.
>> >Sorry to bust your bubble oh brilliant one but the
>> >creation of the universe was from the perfect mind of God. The Bible
>> >was composed by him and written by men that he created to write it.
>> >So,... all this above garbage is proved to be garbage from all you
>> >that post here. By proving that evolution of life by chance is
>> >impossible, that is proof of God.
>> First, try proving that evolution is impossible. ï¿½Then try proving
>> that God exists. ï¿½You can rightfully claim victory only after you
>> succeed with both.
>The man who did the math did just that.
And who was that man, Herman? You don't say.
> By proving that it was
>impossible for life to evolve by chance, he proved that God was the
>designer and creator. ...
No he didn't, for the reasons I already specified.
> Keep on dwelling on this and it will sink in
>one day. Then you will say, "That's what Dusty thought and I tried to
>tell him he was wrong.. How stupid of me to make a fool out of myself
>on the Internet.
In your wet dreams.