> To: mol-evol at net.bio.net> From: Howard Blakesley <hblake at lsumc.edu>
> Subject: Re: Speaking of GA's ...
> Brett Phillips wrote:
> > I am not sure that I fit into this group of people, but I often listen in
> > on the arguements. I am not ashamed to say that I believe in Creation,
> > why should I be? Is it wrong to have faith in something unprovable? If I
And Howard replied:
> Ok, I don't see that evolution and creation are mutually exclusive. I
> believe that someone has already pointed this out. They are only
> mutually exclusive when a "belief" dogmatically excludes the other.
> Why couldn't there have been a creation of "protolife" that then evolved
> to where we are now?
...and my opinion is, WE ARE BEING INVADED BY CREATIONISTS AND IT IS
TIME FOR MODERATION...! This forum is not alt.science.evolution or
talk.creation; it is a molecular evolution dicussion forum. I get
enough creationist nonsense trying to teach students, thank you very
Ed Rybicki, PhD
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