Anonymous asked: where is the missing link between humans and apes?
A picture’s worth a thousand words.
I really want to get this blog rolling, but I have a severe lack of creationists to prove wrong. (Holy crap, I never thought I would be disappointed at a lack of creationists.) So if you hear anyone saying “Well, it’s only a theory…” or “eyes are too complex to have arisen naturally!” or “the fossil evidence is incomplete!”, please send them my way! :)
4chanscreencaps asked: I'm a theistic evolutionist. Do you see any necessary contradiction between the evolutionary account of the development of life and the Christian scriptures? (by "necessary contradiction" I mean, you have to interpret the text in an absurd, unjustifiable way in order to make in not contradict the evolutionary account).
Well, from my experience, *every* Christian tends to pick and choose the parts of the bible they accept and the parts they don’t accept. If they decide to reject the parts that reject evolution (which, if I’m not mistaken, is only the creation story in Genesis?), then all the better for them.
I’ve been very depressed lately about how many people willingly choose to deny evolution. So I’m here to clear up all of your misconceptions about it. Tell me why you think evolution is wrong, and I’ll tell you why you’re wrong.