Study shows “Belief in Evolution Boils Down to a Gut Feeling” – National Messianic Jewish | Examiner.com

Study shows “Belief in Evolution Boils Down to a Gut Feeling” – National Messianic Jewish | Examiner.com (Mariano Grinbank)

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27 Replies to “Study shows “Belief in Evolution Boils Down to a Gut Feeling” – National Messianic Jewish | Examiner.com”

    1. I understand that it is a theory which seeks to explain the diversity of life and its origins. Since I am not a scientifically-oriented person, I have little interest in it. Only when someone seeks to use it as a way of denying that God is our Creator or that the Scriptures are the word of God do I voice an objection.

      1. >>>>>Only when someone seeks to use it as a way of denying that God is our Creator or that the Scriptures are the word of God do I voice an objection.
        I didn’t you think you understood the science of it. First off, if you are a Young Earth Creationist, then this is not a theory nor it is a hypothesis. Second off, Evolution does not seek to destroy the existence of God.

          1. Evolution happened. It’s okay. We know it did. God does change. According to you, he morephed into a man. It’s okay. The belief in God is a delusion. It’s probably time to face the facts.

            God bless!

    1. I never actually read the original post but I know that theism is false because I am an atheist and therefore, I know for fact there is no god. Have you ever seen god?

      God bless!

      1. OMG, are you high? You are saying that “there is no god” and then saying “God bless!” Make up your mind, are you an atheist or not?

  1. newenglandsun,

    You call out theamazingatheist for ending his comment with “God bless” while you were beginning yours with “OMG.” Do you not think about the things you say?

        1. “OMG”
          acronym for:
          “oh my goodness”, “oh my gosh”, “oh my god”. Besides, God’s name is Yahweh, not “God” so therefore, saying “oh my god” is not using Yahweh’s name flippantly.

            1. Said: “That God is called YHWH in the Hebrew Bible means that the term “God” no longer refers to Him?”
              Read what you stated to me previously: “why do you use His name so flippantly?”
              End note: God is NOT a name. God is a TITLE.
              Would you rather me use OMFG for “oh my ******* grandma”? And why did you censor the word “*******”? Even C.S. Lewis uses the word “ass” in his writings to describe characters that are acting incredibly stupid. I believe this is in Prince Caspian and The Magician’s Nephew.

              1. C.S. Lewis and the Bible do use the word “ass” appropriately. Had you used it, or its cognate, appropriately, I would have left it alone. However, you simply flung a gratuitous epithet at someone with whom you disagreed. You should have thanked me for removing it as your argument was stronger without it. Arguments are always stronger without ad hominem elements.

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