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Evolution and God by jas09 Evolution and God by jas09
When it comes to the creation-evolution debate, many people on this site seem to be divided into two extremes, secular evolutionists and Christian creationists. Beyond dA, there are many people seeking a middle ground between the two positions. How many people actually believe that when Charles Darwin formulated his theory of evolution, he rubbed his hands together and said "I'm gonna disprove Christiainity"? The truth is, Darwin formulated much of his ideas before he abandoned Christianity. The man who first introduced Darwin's theory in the US, botanist Asa Gray, was a Christian who obviously saw no contradiction between Darwin's ideas and his own faith.
Don't let the creationist rhetoric like RejectedDreams' "I Never Said, 'Let there be evolution: God" stamp fool you. There is nothing in evolution that threatens Christianity. Just read the book "The Language of God." The author, Francis Collins, shows us that evolution and Christian belief go hand in hand.

Now I'm gonna wait for RejectedDreams to come along and scold me for not being Christian enough.
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:iconryu238:
"How many people actually believe that when Charles Darwin formulated his theory of evolution, he rubbed his hands together and said "I'm gonna disprove Christiainity"?" Far too many people it seems. 
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yudrontheglatorian Mar 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
im curious, how long the seven days really were...
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Lolipop01 Feb 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think it's pretty obvious not all people who believe in evolution are atheists. I mean Christians and Catholics believe in it.

I for one, am a Young Earth Creationist. I think evolution contradicts with the bible and does threaten Christianity although I do accept other people do not hold this belief. But I get the feeling I might be attacked.
I've been called stupid for not accepting evolution although I do love biology and am actually planning to go to college.

Also, I do believe Darwin went out with that intention.

And see this funny comic!: www.answersingenesis.org/after…
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KryptidAnimals Apr 12, 2014
I accept evolution, but I don't think it is ever okay to call someone stupid for not accepting it. Whoever is doing that is in the wrong.
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Lolipop01 Apr 12, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes, I agree. Even if people don't agree it should always be with respect. Some people don't believe in that, a kind of "earn my respect" thing.
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I am an athiest and beleive in evolution and a lack of a deity but i would believe in god if the nesecary evidence was provided a single experience and"just have faith" is not enough
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:iconchristhehedgehog18:
I am a Catholic and I support science, including evolution. God created everything, and evolution was one of his tolls.
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Ponkool4 May 12, 2013  Student General Artist
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Skullswithlures Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Why can't some Idiots believe in both god and Evolution
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No15-Nathax May 22, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
You can't really blame them you know. Most people, in my experience, who believe in evolution hold religion to the regard of fairy tales, therefore making their belief in essence an assult to their (christian/creationist religion) beliefs. People are much less likely to accept something when they feel under attack.
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