There is this debate, and then there is the freedom of speech debate. The second one is becoming critical.
This is craziness. There are so many theological ignorant definitions and label associations in this piece. If folks are going to label and write about differing theologies and doctrines the first prerequisite is to do some homework and have some clue of what they really are. Beginning with Animism... It is the exact opposite of what she is trying to say it is here.
The reductionist has faith that this is true. But consciousness is an entity that exists as part of reality, and has an identity, a nature, characteristics, and causal consequences that can be observed by means of introspection and observation of external reality. What is observed actually contradicts reductionism.
Evolution is ...an unseen creative energy that acts upon matter...
No, its not. Its just recognition of a trend.
Without the God of Abraham, Isaac and Israel, it’s all made up.
No it doesn't, and the only people who say it does are creationists.
Evolution describes how species diverge from other species. "Abiogenesis" is a completely different idea and describes a hypothesis about how RNA could have originated from non-organic chemicals on the early Earth.
“Darwin’s evolutionary theory” the liberals love to discuss and use in schools but the fail to even consider Darwin’s views on races. Why is that?
What’s with all the Irish today?