This guy has posters of "Evolution is a lie" as well as making God the premise of all his arguments. Any discussion about evidence is diverted by crap responses about faith in Jesus transcending evidence followed by morality statements such as the only way to be good is to be their follower.
What do you think of this? Also realize that the majority of Christians, about 60% believe in evolution. It's an undeniable fact but these guys say just because they don't see evolution happening right now, it doesn't exist. They then remark how all the fossil records are fake.
Sure, you'll find plenty of believers here who will say the same thing and then tell you that is what they believe and that they are being entirely honest.
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by Van Lal Hmangaih 7 years ago
Hi friends, as we all know that there are different types of preaching, have you ever thought about preaching biblically? What is your definition of preaching? What kind of preaching would be accepted as biblical preaching? How can we different biblical preaching from non-biblical preaching? ...
by WaffleCheese 7 years ago
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by whoisbid 6 years ago
What is your opinion about hellfire and brimstone preachers?I personally believe that most of them need to calm down What do you think?
by Sherlock221b 4 years ago
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