Does Evolution answer the origins of life? Yes, it does. There is no need for fossils or anything else.
Science has proven Earth in and of itself is Evolving. And, continues to evolve as time continues to progress forward.
Life came from Earth's evolution.
Religion has no supportive evidence for it's own creationism explanation, except to claim it comes from the "GOD" concept.
Religion created by man. Therefore, the "GOD" concept is false, just as Jesus' work claims.
Remember, the interpretation of Jesus' work is misconstrued and out of context. Also, religion was around and enslaving human beings, long before Jesus was ever born.
Also, even within religion there is a conflict, because Jesus' work/teachings specifically states that He himself was against religion and the false "GOD" it claimed to worship.
So, this pits Jesus's work against Moses and Abraham. Only one of them can be correct.
Science uses Evolution and all other fields, such as biology, physiology, psychology and every other scientific method, to explain life. In the 70's it took a shot at debunking religion and in doing so, was attacked by the Roman Catholic Church.
The Roman Catholic Church was successful at discrediting biology and psychology, because those were mere infant sciences. However, over the last 30+ years, those fields are FULLY CREDITED and no longer dismissable, as much as they were then.
Therefore, Science HAS debunked Religion's claim of God.
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