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  • Ed Boggess 7:36 am on 2014-11-12 Permalink | Reply
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    If everything came into existence by chance and natural processes, then mankind has no responsibility to a supernatural being. Religion becomes a crutch for weak-minded and superstitious people. Churches become monuments to human ignorance. Furthermore, if evolution is true, then our actions are consequences of billions of years’ worth of natural events over which we had no control. We bear no responsibility for our behavior. Whether we do what some perceive as good or bad is meaningless, since there is no good or bad. That is the logical extension of Darwin’s theory. It is one I can live without. This is Just-A-Minute.

     
  • Weylan Deaver 10:27 pm on 2009-11-24 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Darwin, , , Origin of Species   

    “Favoured Races” 

    Let’s remember the full title of Charles Darwin’s book when it was first published in 1859: “On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.”

    You can’t hold onto natural selection/survival of the fittest, and at the same time uphold the equality of humanity. Darwin ushered in evolution, which gave us eugenics, which gave us the Holocaust (millions dead) and abortion (tens of millions dead). Evolutionists have a lot to celebrate, no?

     
    • Phil Sanders 10:49 pm on 2009-11-24 Permalink | Reply

      Some years ago I was required to read the “Origin of Species.” What I most noted was all that Darwin admitted he did not know. So much of what he said there was not from knowledge but from speculation (according to his own words). He is one who has stabbed in the dark and left a lot of lies and devastation.

      A century and a half of research still cannot fill the blanks of his ignorance. He only postulates and speculates. In all of this he asks men to deny the wisdom of an eternal, omniscient Creator God so they might drink from his broken cistern.

      Phil

    • Richard Mansel 3:47 am on 2009-11-25 Permalink | Reply

      Evolutionists will fervently deny this just like Planned Parenthood supporters do when we point out Margaret Sangers’ fascination with eugenics.

  • J. Randal Matheny 9:53 pm on 2009-11-24 Permalink | Reply
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    Mike mentioned Darwin, today is the 150th anniversary of the publication of his book, Origin of the Species. GBN is doing an all-day marathon about evolution today to mark the date. (I won’t say in “honor” of the date.) I suspect it’s still going on, if the present speaker’s mention of bones is an indication. (I’m 3 hours ahead of Atlanta.)

     
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