Posted by Popper on February 26, 2009 at 08:53:11:
In Reply to: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: summing up posted by Aimsearlaithreac on February 25, 2009 at 22:15:44:
The point is that while you obviously have religious objections to science you then proceed to argue on scientific grounds by introducing a lot of pseudo science arguments in to the thread to 'support' your argument'? - e.g.
1. the assertion that DNA is immutable
You obviously know nothing about science so why did you not stick to the religious and theological arguments?
But then I think you know even less about religion than science!
You did not even respond to suggestions that you have never read the Catechism of the Catholic Church regarding its teaching on evolution. I would suggest that your views on evolution are actually heretical - they certainly do not agree with the Catechisms teaching on Evolution (Assuming you are Catholic of course).
Perhaps you are just an 'A la carte Catholic - picking an dchoosing the bits in the Catechism you like and ignoring others? But do you even own a copy of the Catechism I wonder? Even I have one on my bookshelf.
You ignored my suggestion that modern Theologians do not believe in virgin birth, nor the divinity of Christ.
You did not explain the Pope's 'pardoning' of Galileo - remember the guy who was accused of heresy for pointing out the truth - much like Darwin.
So which is it - scientific arguments or religious arguments? Just to say "I don't believe" without any supporting facts was the approach taken during the Dark Ages - bleak dark ignorance that was easily promulgated on ignorant, uneducated peasants that couldn't read. It is GW Bush style ignorance that launches wars based on ignorance and gut hatred of the other's views wanting them to be believe your rubbish regardless of the facts. It is the blustering ignorance that has caused misery to humans all over the world for millenia.
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