"In the beginning the universe was created, this has made a lot of people very angry and has widely been regarded as a bad move."

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Sep 27 2011, 11:41pm says:

Lol, unfortunatly the truth. Its really a good thing that evolution is taught in schools and not that.

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SоrataZ
SоrataZ Sep 29 2011, 4:59pm replied:

For some time Creationism was taught in American schools until a judge of the highest court noticed it and broke this idiocy down (the incident is what got us the Flying Spaghetti Monster so not all was bad).

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KnightofEquulei
KnightofEquulei Oct 20 2011, 12:06pm replied:

I don't want to start another debate here Deer_Hunter but evolution has the same proof too. Which is nothing. Until I see a complete chain of fossils showing evolutionary progression, I'll just continue to believe this theory instead. The Bible aside, the reason why I believe in Creationism is because I don't see how the beauty of the earth (and universe) could be from a random accident. You - Deer_Hunter - would say that God guided evolution and the formation of the Earth but I don't see why a powerful god such as God - who created the universe - would waste millions of years forging something when he could do it within a second.

I believe that all theories of life should be taught instead of evolution ONLY being taught in schools.

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SоrataZ
SоrataZ Oct 24 2011, 6:50pm replied:

You started one by posting here. What do you expect?

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KnightofEquulei
KnightofEquulei Dec 12 2011, 11:01am replied:

I haven't started anything. I'm simply saying that both are theories. None have been proven and if you say otherwise, then you'd be lying. No theories have physical evidence.

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WerewolfGeneral
WerewolfGeneral Sep 28 2011, 12:01pm says:

explain please, i think i missed something here

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Akalonor
Akalonor Sep 28 2011, 5:15pm replied:

The creationist bias against science and fact.

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MasterJason
MasterJason Oct 3 2011, 3:39pm says:

(This is a little offensive)

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Akalonor
Akalonor Oct 3 2011, 9:00pm replied:

I apologize, yet you can not go on the internet without being offended by one thing or another.

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Mar 17 2012, 7:23pm says:

I don't see it as offensive, its more hilarious and truthful than offensive...

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