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Are Trads Required to be Biblical Literalists?
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Doesn't Evolution contradict Adam and Eve, directly. Doesn't a Catholic who thinks Genesis needs to be explained have to reconcile Evolution with that, and especially because Darwin wrote that if the "missing links" are not found quickly his theory is hogwash. Nearly 200 years and not one iota of eveidence for any missing links. How can Evolution be reconciled with the genetic evidence that we came from a single woman 12,500 or so years ago ?

Biology ain't physics. it has no elegant foundational mathamatics. There is no inverse square law, it's all bits and pieces with out any over arching laws. At best it is anecdotal. Dawkins says that DNA is like information theory. That's telephony baloney. Information theory is about the quantity of information that can be put through a wire with out any consideration about the information. Genetics is all about the quality of the information and the quantity. Natural Selection is negative genetics. By the action of the predator it removes the many varied DNA limiting the species to a single kind. This is why he believes in the theory of aliens, it is his substitute for God, as in Aliens in the gaps.

Now for the whacky physicists. Doesn't Quantam physics lead to multiple universe with multiple starts. God said he did it once. String theory
as I remeber has thirteen strings outside of time and the universe which obviates thirteen times for their "big bangs". The big bang itself is an attempt to bolster the mistaken theory of Evolution. Remember these guys are all Atheists and deny God's existence except in some condescending way referring to the unwashed and unedjucated (for effect). They are in an echo chamber.

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Re: Are Trads Required to be Biblical Literalists? - by timoose - 05-07-2011, 10:53 AM



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