Jeffrey, Aleutian, National Academy Sciences discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory


Supported by any scientific evidence. They just guess why is the topic Jeffrey so hot in heated? That's a perfect question. It is very hot in heated because what's happening. You know, as we open up in the beginning is you've got to conversations you've got one in front of the curtain and one behind the curtain in front of the curtain is what students here in the classroom and in the the high school classroom the university classroom. The other is what's going on behind the curtain. I just found and I didn't put this in my book with on the internet. You can find a petition scientific dissent from Darwinism. And it's on you can find on the internet. And it says we are skeptical of claims for the ability of random mutation and natural selection to account for the complexity of life. Careful examination of the evidence for Darwinian theory should be encouraged and over five. Five hundred scientists have signed this thing it's at dissent from Darwin dot ORG. I don't have anything to do with this organization. I just found. In fact, I wish I found that earlier I would've put in my book. But so what you've got is behind the curtain. You got a lotta scientists city saying we don't really think this thing adds up and in chapter after chapter in my book, I lay out what these people what they're publishing I've got all kinds of evidence to share it comes from scientists. And that it's really it's really in bad shape in my right in assuming Jeffrey that if you believe in of Aleutian, you don't believe in the creator type theory, and if you believe in God, then you don't believe in evolution. Why can't there be a mix of both? Well, there there are there's a continue. Him out there. And there there is a group of people who are pushing us theory calls theistic evolution. And so those would be people in the faith community who believe that you can resolve evolution as being true. And and also that the bible is true, for example. But then they're highly criticized by by others in the faith community that they say, well, you're just saying that God was a dummy created something and then he walked away. So I don't really get in the middle of that argument. But I certainly do shine a light on science scientists themselves arguing with each other 'cause that's a huge issue. And here's here's another example, National Academy sciences. They wrote a book in two thousand eight I got it in front of me. You can you can download this for free as a PDF it's called science evolution and creationism. And in this book, basically, they're just pushing. Saying evolution is a fact evolution as a fact and will be true though, that Darwin also believed in God. You know? That's that's a good question. Darwin was kind of. He was accused sort of ambivalent about guy. He really said as little as possible. I mean, he wasn't religious. No. But but I think he believed in some kind of, you know, alternate creator. Well, he did. And what's interesting is I've got a copy of diamonds book right in my hand here on the origin of species, you can just walk into the bookstore and buy it and towards the back of the book Darwin's says to my mind it accords better with what we know. The laws impressed on matter. By the creator that the production and extinction of past and president inhabitants of the world should have been dude secondary causes. So he refers to the creator. And then he does it again. He does in the very last sentence of on the origin species. It just turn the last page, and he says dares grander in. This view of life with its several powers having been originally breathed by the creator in a few forms are into one. So I mean, if Darwin's stood in the university classroom and.

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