Perfectly understandable, though. Ignorance is a prerequisite for creationism.
Less so than arrogant derision is a requisite for filling the logical gaps and promoting macroevolution theory. You're probably not aware of the fact that you're simply following a traditional strategy that was deliberately concocted by "Darwin's Bulldog" (Huxley) to quell public scrutiny of macroevolution theory. That tactic trickled down through our education industry, and you're blindly going along. Does that make you "ignorant"?
Doesn't change the fact that "creation science" is an oxymoron. We don't need to address Darwinism at all to recognize that.
I'm not saying that Darwinism is perfect, or that it holds all the answers. But it is the only scientific answer that addresses the evidence.
posted on 07/05/2005 8:01:15 AM PDT
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