So, does it matter what we believe about where we came from? However, even more important than what we believe to be true is what actually is true. Nevertheless, if that person were to step off a tall building, that person would splat on the ground below, regardless of what they believed.
And so, once again, we have the question: are we the product of purposeful intelligence or are we merely the end result of countless cosmic accidents?
But ever since Darwin introduced his theory of evolution a century-and-a-half ago, there has been an ongoing debate about the theory versus creationism [Sober, 2013, pg: 68].
It’s undeniable that evolution occurs on some level with small adaptations, such as stronger limbs [Sober, 2013, pg: 69]....
Now the main problem right now in the public schools and even some private schools is that they are only teaching Evolution and not Creation, which maybe isn’t cool with any of these kids parents because they maybe want their children learning not just one theory of how we was born but the other side of the story that mostly no child is hearing yet.
So because of this kid in public and private schools are believing one theory, and that is Evolution - which is a theory saying “All humans or even any living organisms has come from other organisms or has evolved from it in a...
Evolution is the procedure by which various types of living creatures created and differentiated from before structures amid the historical backdrop of the Earth.
Creationism is the conviction that life and the universe was made by a heavenly being, a transcendent, kindhearted God.
Are we the product of purposeful intelligence or are we merely the end result of countless cosmic accidents? Regardless of whether you're a creationist or an evolutionist, if you disagree with the stereotype, you're condemned and "exposed" as a religious fanatic who is secretly trying to pass religion off as science or, even worse, trying to disprove science in order to redeem a ridiculous, unscientific, religious worldview. Does it really matter what we believe about where we came from? Our views on morality, justice, purpose, self-worth, humanity, obligation, and destination are all closely tied to our views on human origins.
Unfortunately, if you don't agree with this label, you too are labeled.