How is the government promoting the big bang/evolution over Christianity? Shoot, it's run by Bush, an evangelical. You do realize k-12 schools don't teach either of these right? Oh sure, some teachers may tell you they believe in those theories, but other will tell you the opposite. The point is, by the time most are out of highschool, they have their own opinion. When they go into college, they will find more people believing in those theories, but if you go to a religious college or military college, I'm sure you'll find the opposite there as well.Originally Posted by ssbb_lover
And who said science isn't flawed? Look, for instance, at the multiple diagrams for the atom. First it looked one way, then it changed, then again, and again. Who knows if it will stay the same or change again. That's why science is different from the bible; it changes with new information. The bible does not and shouldn't if that's supposed to be the word of god.
So it's "directed towards Christians," yet it isn't biased?Originally Posted by ssbb_lover
It's not really a theory, it's just logic. Most Christians would agree with that. You are supposed to take things you read in the bible on faith and faith alone. If you feel the need to prove creationism, then you are showing you don't have much faith in the word of your god.Originally Posted by ssbb_lover