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|Originally posted by Nursing Mother
Most believed in a "god" or "creator".
|Originally posted by AutumnMoonfire
To the best of my knowledge Mr Leiberman isn't supposed to push his beleif's on others..
|Originally posted by 3boys4us
Mom2five:Mr. Leiberman is pretty decent senator and actually has served for some time for CT. He has a long track record in politics, although for clarity's sake I think he probably will have to give out some details about his religious beleifs- esp. in regards to evolution. OTH I haven't seen him pushing his religious agenda on anyone either. Like any intelligent person should living in a diverse country, he appears to have some tolerance.
|Originally posted by Mom2five
Just thought I'd throw this into the pot. It is very possible that Joe Liberman doesn't believe in evolution either. He is an Orthodox Jew and evolution doesn't totally jive with our theology either. Does that effect how you feel about him?
(sign me, Not a Bushie, just a devil's advocate)
|Originally posted by amyrpk
Well, now, doesn't totally "dis-gibe" with it, either.
R' Kook made the very solid point that the Torah isn't a science book.
And there are many people who are very, very Orthodox who believe in a kind of quasi combination of evolution fitting into the Creation.
|And there are many people who are very, very Orthodox who believe in a kind of quasi combination of evolution fitting into the Creation.|
Jennifer, Naturopath and mom
Originally Posted by AnnaReilly
I don't believe in evolution, at least not on a large scale (Micro-evolution is obvious but macro-evolution is only a theory.) I think I take a middle ground stance like UmmNuh.
Originally Posted by Nursing Mother
Why so appalled luci? Proabably more then half of all our combined Presidents didn't believe in evolution. Take a peek at our founding fathers? Most believed in a "god" or "creator".
For some it actually takes more faith to believe in evolution (since it hasn't totally been proved) as it does to believe in creation.
breastfeeding, babywearing, homeschooling Heathen parent to my little Wanderer, 7 1/2 , and baby Elf-stone, 3/11!
Originally Posted by lucimomster
Okay, first off, I'll admit that it's sad that I get news from the comics section ...
Was anyone else shocked to discover that George W. Bush, "leader of the free world," doesn't believe in evolution?!
I thought Trudeau handled it well, explaining that "rejecting evolution requires him to repudiate the core tenets of entire fields of study such as biochemistry, genetics, ecology, paleontology, anatomy, physics, astronomy, geology, cosmology, history and archaeology!"
So ... is anyone else as appalled as I am? Maybe more interestingly, is anyone NOT appalled at this?
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