Overview of arguments from both sides of creation vs evolution debate.
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"It must be said that now that the tables have turned and "science" finds itself empowered, many scientists have used their power no more responsibly than religions."
"If religion disappeared tomorrow, eliminating an antagonist to provide a direct line of resistence for scientists to react to as part of their own thought navigation process, would there be a re-think on present scientific views about origens?....With the dream of religion's end become reality, could a future generation of scientists look back and wonder, "why did science take such a dramatic swing of the pendulum from basic concepts that had stood the tests of time, observation, and intuitive logic? Was it a knee-jerk reaction to what had come before, like the beheadings of the French Revolution, founded more on emotion than sound thinking?"
"Could anyone hate religions more than athiests? Yes, God. After all, he would be the one they had grossly misrepresented."
"Clearly, religion and "science" alike have often been responsible for misleading mankind, and doing great damage in the process.... However, science has also been responsible for opening grand vistas of truth to bedarkened mankind--providing enlightenment and practical benefits unnumbered.... Men have been at their noblest, altruistic best when sincerely trying to imitate the benevelent personality of the God they have come to know."
"In the end each person is responsible for developing his own powers of discernment and sound thinking to interpret available evidence in a way consistent with reality."