I'd describe that as the fundamentalist, non-evolution-believing kind of Christians. I don't think it describes the majority today.I hope you're right. Wiki seems to agree (with only 43% believing in as-is creation).http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Level_of_support_for_evolution#...Though the numbers are a little confusing as there is godless evolution and god-guided evolution, which I assume together make up the 49% number quoted for those who believe in evolution.In any event, it doesn't appear to be a clear majority either way.1poorguy
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