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Author Topic:   The Specific Cause of the "Evolution vs. 'Creationism'" Controversy, and of the appar
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Message 28 of 46 (744681)
12-14-2014 3:19 PM
Reply to: Message 27 by ringo
12-14-2014 2:34 PM

Re: Why 'Creationism, et. al. is vain babbling
ringo writes:
He can, however, be proven wrong by using a different definition.
Objectively or subjectively?

Saying, "I don't know," is the same as saying, "Maybe."~ZombieRingo
It's easy to see the speck in somebody else's ideas - unless it's blocked by the beam in your own.~Ringo
If a savage stops believing in his wooden god, it does not mean that there is no God only that God is not wooden. (Leo Tolstoy)

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