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Mark Pallen is Half Right (And All Wrong)

Evolutionist Mark Pallen asks “Is it possible to be a rationalist (a believer in the laws of logic) but not believe in evolution?” Pallen’s answers is “no,” which seems almost correct. Evolution arose from religious rationalism and today dominates rationalist thought. Can you find a rationalist who does not believe in evolution?  Read more

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3 Responses to Mark Pallen is Half Right (And All Wrong)

  1. Strange that Mark never provided a definition of “evolution”.

  2. The question I would raise is why would a materialist believe in immaterial laws of logic?

  3. “Is it possible to be a rationalist (a believer in the laws of logic) but not believe in evolution?”

    Would those be the same laws of logic that Pallen’s buddies in the evo-psych department have been telling us evolved just to win arguments and not to find objective truth?

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