Welcome to Religious Forums, a friendly forum to discuss all religions in a friendly surrounding.Your voice is missing! You will need to register to get access to the following site features:
We hope to see you as a part of our community soon!
Yes Ryan,Ryan2065 said:Your point? If you are trying to say that science has been interpreted wrong at some point in history then I think that no one will disagree with you. Druidus is trying to say that if there is NO evidence to support an idea (ie NOTHING NOTTA ZIP) then it is considered science fiction. At one time peoeple did believe that the earth was flat... This is what the science of the day told them. I would say that if someone came up and said "The Earth is actually round and the earth revolves around the sun" without any evidence to back up his idea then that would be science fiction in that day, even though it is true.
Fresh from my PM inbox.gtrsgrls said:I don't like debating people on a thread because then everybody else gets involved and it is IMPOSSIBLE to stay on subject.You always get side tracked with some other argument.I find it a waste of time to even try to debate people over a thread.Maybe you shouldn't talk to everyone about something you have no idea about.Knockout
If you are saying that we evolved from apes, you are wrong. We apparantly have a common ancestor, but we never actually evolved from apes or monkeys.Fat Kat Matt said:maybe we were, but were wiped out with them, than our species descended down from whatever ape was left, to our present time. This is such a reasonable explanation isn't it? it is so very likely. anything, however, is possible with the force.
A Taxonomy of Extinct PrimatesC&N said:If you are saying that we evolved from apes, you are wrong. We apparantly have a common ancestor, but we never actually evolved from apes or monkeys.
Just to correct u on that.
And both historically and pointedly enough, it's worth noting that "Christianity" has abjectly dismissed reasonably acceptable (and veritable) scientific fact as pure fiction, or heresy, or worse.NetDoc said:Yes Ryan,
The truth is often treated as science fiction: I see people do that with Christianity all of the time! But like so many other truths, it's veracity will be proven to be true in due time.
Spoilsport ! Good post s2a.painted wolf said:er..dinosaurs walked on four legs as well as two... most walk on four really.
No Giraffes in the Americas... as for horses the Inca and other Native peoples didn't have horses untill 400 years ago when the Spanish started dumping them overbord. No llama was big and strong enough to be ridden, though they make handy pack animals.
Most likely explanation is that the stones are a hoax done by someone with access to popular images of what dinosaurs were thought to have looked like back in the 50's.