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    James Kennedy & Ravi Zacharia on Darwin's Evolution Theory


    by luis

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    Whether he should have said "protein" or not the point is still valid. Moral law pre-dating religion? So, we know what human minds of the past were thinking or what their beliefs were from fossils or from models of animal behavior today? That's a contradiction of its own. In plain english, you can't get something out of nothing. No spontaneous generation, no gradual spontaneous generation, no sufficient cause, no efficient cause. No cause at all. nothing. It is impossible, literally. The problem is, people just flat out take offense to their education.

    Romans 1:22-23
    Claiming to be wise, they became fools and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images resembling mortal man, birds, four-footed animals, and reptiles.
    Romans 1:25
    They exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served something created instead of the Creator, who is praised forever. Amen.
    By MrLovejoy4 years ago
    Actually there's already a response to his argument about moral law. It actually predates religion and is demonstrated in many other species operating in societies of their own.

    This can be expanded upon as Dawkins does in "The Selfish Gene" wherein certain genes can better propagate and recreate themselves in a species by influencing it to act altruistically. This has been demonstrated also in animal societies where the alpha males could even sometimes establish dominance by behaving in a charitable manner. His assumption is based on his point already being supposedly proven somehow and defies the idea that "good" and "evil" could be our ways of defining a moral construct based on what is most beneficial as a species and could likely predate religion and is embedded more into human survival.
    By criglor5 years ago
    "The(!) enzyme" is the building block of the gene? Oh my....
    By epistemohpilos6 years ago