Creationists why do you think it is that virtually the entire scientific community accepts evolution theory?

keeping in mind that most surveys show scientists are as likely to believe in God as anyone else? CREATIONISM is a strictly anti-science thing... if you believe in God and also realize/accept that evolution happened, that doesn't make you a creationist.

Asked By: JESUS AVES - 5/31/2008
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Why?......I'll tell you WHY........Blame it all on Satan. God is all powerful. Yet He allows Satan to carry out his deceitful and destructive activities—within certain limits—for a purpose. God allows mankind to learn—partly by firsthand experience—that the only way of life that will work is the way of life He reveals... More
Answered By: DR. THEO - 5/31/2008
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A creationist can also believe in evolution. The two theories are not mutually exclusive, though many try to make them out to be. I do not believe in man evolving from apes (and there has been no definitive link proven between us and them), but I do accept evolution of animals.
Answered By: Bekah Rose - 5/31/2008
I bet ID'ers will say that scientists are mad at god or are trying to be god themselves
Answered By: just say no to religion - 5/31/2008
Only the brainwashed scientists buy that creation nonsense... More
Answered By: Gorgeoustx V.T. Spurs Fan! - 5/31/2008
Wow. What a reliable and modern way to discover fact. Take a survey. Or two. (NOT) You mean just the scientists that YOU know--of... More
Answered By: John The Baptist - 5/31/2008
I think you mean Young Earth Creationists. I am a Creationist who recognizes the Scientific Theory of Evolution.
Answered By: amorthjohn - 5/31/2008
They want to keep their jobs !!! If you don't believe that statement go see EXPELLED the movie !!!
Answered By: - 5/31/2008
A question back to you... why do you think it is that all over the world people are finding there own religion? Because everyone is trying to figure out why we are here and how we got here. Deep down inside we are all looking for answers. And science is there religion, there way of finding the deeper meaning of life.
Answered By: iowagurlcms - 5/31/2008
Because essentially the entire scientific community DOES accept evolution? Scientists might believe in God, but geniuses don't. 97% of MENSA members are atheists. According to a PEW survey in 2007, 94% of Americans believe in a God. Can you give me a statistic of how many, say, research scientists believe in God?
Answered By: dyslexic dog - 5/31/2008
Evolution is a theory and not science. Science is having fool proof evidence for whatever it says, but in the case of the theory of evolution, it is accepted by a few, in order to deject God's existence. But, one day, the science will reach to the truth, when God himself reveals the truth to one of his servants, which... More
Answered By: Tiger - 5/31/2008
By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith. Heb 11:7... More
Answered By: apologious - 5/31/2008
1. Because them and their highscool GED's think they know more about the Earth than people with college PHD's who have spent several years studying the Earth and how it works 2. Actually scientists tend to be more atheistic, and only a minority of the really prominent scientists believe in God
Answered By: Dillicious - 5/31/2008
the word "theory" jumps out boldly here,and always leaves me doubting any one of us has a realistic clue as to how it started. i didnt come from an ape,i just dont buy that "theory"
Answered By: CTHULHU - 5/31/2008
I don't like surveys. I have looked behind the seens on many surveys and have come to find that they are either bias or lies. If you talk to an older person, with experience in biology, you will see that these surveys that we are showen, are lies.
Answered By: That one guy - 5/31/2008
Plenty, if not all creationists, accept the THEORY of evolution, and no credible scientist will say they BELIEVE in evolution.
Answered By: jimbobthephonecian - 5/31/2008
Not "virtually all" scientist believe in evolution. The bible states that God created man. He was a fully formed individual. Evolution requires small steps to evolve into a man.
Answered By: - 5/31/2008
Why does the scientific community lump not just Christians but ALL creationists from ALL walks of life together and label them inogrant? How can anyone who makes such a sweeping generalization be considered even remotely intelligent?
Answered By: DLMiller_1982 - 5/31/2008
Because they only believe in what they can experience with their senses. You know see, touch,hear. GOD is a spirit and to believe in him requires one to believe in Spiritual things... More
Answered By: Gregory S - 5/31/2008
When you say the entire scientific community - that includes a lot of scientific disciplines that have absolutely zero to do with astrophysics, astronomy , or biology - the areas of science where they know most about the universe and the study of living organisms, including their structure, functioning, evolution... More
Answered By: dags - 5/31/2008
The entire scientific community (virtually) does not accept evolution theory if you mean by "evolution theory" the Darwinian Synthesis... More
Answered By: Lykaion - 5/31/2008
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