Amy thanks for the link.I have never posted to this board, and haven't read many of the posts. I apologize for not following the conversation. It seems to be an interesting board, with a great group of participants. Anyway, I'd just like to comment that despite the content of Arthur Caplan's article, in an msnbc poll asking the question: "Does our genome confirm Darwin's theory" the results are currently running 58% yes and 42% no. In other words, to paraphrase a quote I can't quite remember now, "clear facts will never confuse the issue for people who already have their minds made up.":)The Bible is "a book of faith to teach the relationship between God and man". Science refers to a process in which humans attempt to understand their physical world. I don't pray when I want to turn on the kitchen light, I flip the switch. I don't have "faith" in electricity. However, I do recognize that there is proof that electricity exists and behaves in certain ways under certain conditions. But, when God said, "Let there be light," I believe there was. I can't explain the process of that sort of light, but I believe it on faith.Science and religion - two entirely different things, never meant to be in agreement. That's my take FWIW, Lydia
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