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GUEST,Pete from seven stars link BS: Zika vs anti-abortion cults (564* d) RE: BS: Zika vs anti-abortion cults 10 Feb 16

Bluff and bluster , and I trust not too hard to see for anyone not already a convinced evolutionism believer. I could just as easily dismiss you with the instruction to look it up to see that evolutionism is impossible and special creation the only alternative, but as you know, I presented my case with arguments , not dismissals and mockery. Steve says we believe things ...that cannot be true...      And why not ? We both have the same evidence to work with , and creation is in accord with the testable , observable data available to us.    And then Steve tries to portray the )real or perceived) evils of religion as a reason that God and creation are false.   I believe that is a logical fallacy. Another fallacy is called begging the question, which is what he does ...I believe. claiming that creationist websites stand by to reject scientific evidence evolutionism..when it is that alleged evidence that is in question ! And it is scientific evidence that is presented to question the evolutionism claims.       Ain't it funny that despite my being the only biblical creationist here , the atheists here ( ie ,the vocal ones) just can't get by without looking for an argument . I don't get upset about it, but I,m happy to discuss , or counter the critics.

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