How come humans’ opinions about our origin doesn’t matter?
|June 3, 2014||Posted by News under Human evolution, News|
Just askin. Like, you’d think …
There are three camps Americans generally fall in when it comes to expressing their views on creation: they believe God created human beings in their current form, humans evolved through a God-guided process or that God was not at all involved.
According to the latest data, the largest proportion of Americans — 42 percent — believe that God created human beings in their present form, with just 19 percent saying that humans evolved without the Lord’s guidance.
Additionally, 31 percent believe mankind evolved, but with God guiding the process.
Yer news writer is not an American and was not asked for an opinion, and really doesn’t care if humans evolved or not.
It’s more like, what makes sense to believe.
But if she had to vote, she would definitely vote with the 42%, mainly to avoid being classified anywhere near Darwin’s followers. Mainly due to this stuff.
Aw crap. Honestly. Do we need really racism back again?
See also: The Science Fictions series at your fingertips (human evolution) for why most of what we are told in documentaries is an utter, absolute load of nonsense.
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