I Believe In Evolution

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    Haha this is just so funny,

    telling someone about something that's totally neutral, and they know it's right but can't seem to face it.. A lady said evolution was just all wrong, I argued my point and now she erased all the comments and blocked me.. Thanks.. This is why I think religion is just looked down...
    DoorMattress DoorMattress
    16-17, M
    1 Response Jun 7, 2015

    I would like to believe in religious accounts

    and explanations but some of the explanations and accounts are a little talk to say the least. Prefer instead to Matt it with scientific explanations.
    PeterSp8 PeterSp8
    46-50, M
    May 26, 2015

    Living 4d

    The 3 dimensional world that we belong to is abruptly grounded. it leaves us with no scope or opportunity to expand or explore possibilities that we have never seen, felt or experienced. The world we are in with all its materialistic features keeps us grounded to the R-Complex...
    Erevos Erevos
    31-35, M
    1 Response Jun 23, 2012

    You are the result of four billion years of

    evolutionary success, ******* act like it!!
    deleted deleted
    Jan 9, 2015

    Evolution: The Orignal Deseption In Paradise Brought To Main Stream Humanity

    did God tell you death awaits if you eat from this tree? God is a liar! if you eat from this tree you will possess all the knowledge of God and be as God! doesn't that sound familiar? evolution created man so God is a liar! evolution promises that you can evolve into an ever...
    reaperofface reaperofface
    31-35, M
    3 Responses Aug 18, 2012


    I also believe.. that if something can be progressive.. it can also be degressive. Anyone who has paid attention to the last few years even slightly should know what I mean.
    ainje ainje
    18-21, F
    Dec 7, 2007

    Christians always come with the "We don't see

    apes evolve into humans now" Well we don't see people walking on water now but most believe Jesus did it. And humans didn't evolve from apes they only had 1 common ancestor.
    FrostyElsie FrostyElsie
    22-25, F
    Jul 10, 2015


    I believe in evolution.. and i also believe in deevolution... Both are seen in every day society as we go through our every day lives.
    Xeno Xeno
    26-30, M
    3 Responses Jul 29, 2007

    My religion believes in evolution

    and the higher are both very real things
    KateTheStraightedge KateTheStraightedge
    18-21, F
    1 Response Sep 1, 2015

    It Just Makes More Sense

    The moment you begin to look at the universe, and I mean the WHOLE universe, you understand that things happen on a very large scale. We are not talking about hundreds or even thousands of years but rather hundreds of thousands of years. When looking at nature, we also see a...
    CytherianLord CytherianLord
    46-50, M
    5 Responses Jun 15, 2013

    God Gave Us Science

    I'm a Christian and absolutely accept evolution as God's method of creation. The greatest errors of the "Fundamentalist Christians" are their beliefs in Biblical inerrancy and literalism. Science is a gift from God that allows us to peek into the glory and magnitude of His...
    deleted deleted
    2 Responses Dec 21, 2012

    When people say evolution is just a theory.

    .. A scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world, based on a body of FACTS that have been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experiment. Such fact-supported theories are not "guesses" but reliable accounts of the real world...
    churchdadatnight churchdadatnight
    18-21, F
    Apr 6, 2015

    Evolution Vs Adaptive Specialization

    I totally believe in Adaptive Specialization, which is one of the fundamental cornerstones of Evolutionary Theory. I am somewhat skeptical that that can be extrapolated to full blown evolution as many suggest.  You have to start with Mitochondrial DNA existing outside of a...
    deleted deleted
    8 Responses Apr 5, 2008

    A Beginning and the End of Evolution On Earth

      I see patterns in evolution. Observe how closely the zygote parallels the first single cell life form on our Mother Earth. It becomes fertilized and grows from two celled to complex organisms. The resulting embryo has gills, wings and a tail as it mimics the evolution...
    Dewduster Dewduster
    66-70, M
    6 Responses Apr 7, 2009


    The evidence supporting biological evolution makes divine intervention look like a fairytale. Holding onto ideas of creation just make anyone seem uneducated and naive. Science may not have all the answers, by definition it never will, but we know enough now to know that...
    NowSearching NowSearching
    Mar 23, 2010

    The House Mouse As Evidence of Evolution

    There are times, like when I see the pictures of deep space from the Hubble Telescope, when I lean towards believing in a creator.  Just the sense of awe at the beauty of it, makes me think there must have been a creator behind it. But then there’s the mouse...
    EvesHarvest EvesHarvest
    56-60, F
    Oct 4, 2009

    It's Smack In the Face Obvious

    Anyone who has ever cross-bred animals or plants and watched genetics at work can see that in time vast changes can occur without any deliberate manipulation. It's just logical.
    chovhani chovhani
    46-50, F
    1 Response Sep 19, 2007

    Christians Upset Me

    I do believe in evolution but that's not what this is about. My mom made us go to church when i was very young, but it eventually faded away. Around my teenage years i started walking to church and eventually got my whole family attending. But I didn't really fit in with the...
    CreateTVT CreateTVT
    3 Responses May 30, 2011

    Evolution Is An Established Scientific Fact.

    I think that the name of our group doesn't fit me exactly. I guess that the word "Believe" means to me how I think about something that is unprovable, or is an opinion of mine. As in "I believe that Ding-Dongs are better than Twinkies", or "I believe that capital punishment is...
    LindaTG LindaTG
    41-45, T
    1 Response Sep 6, 2011


    Intervening is influencing. Does everything influence, intervene when it is in contact with something else (direct, indirect) ? Intervention can have negative, 0 , positive effect. Of course you can only influens something through something that has an effect.
    guybon guybon
    36-40, M
    Jun 6, 2010

    I Do Also, But Also Believe In God

    Yeah I believe in evolution, I believe that God created the universe, but basically I think it is prideful to say what god did or does. I think there can be a "scientist" or whatever that still believes in a higher power. It's my choice.   I find it funny when the...
    jalfwit jalfwit
    31-35, M
    Apr 15, 2010

    Evidence clearly proves

    that scientific opinion is a fact, and through teleological selection, empirical findings do naturally arise from antecedent influences. Case in point is the long held view that the cause for what is believed to be earth's first mass extinction was the common belief in a...
    charlieAgain charlieAgain
    70+, M
    1 Response Sep 9, 2015


    So as a kid I went through phases, like young believed what I was told by catholic education at school, then when I got into my teens I really thought witches were cool and decided I was wiccan, it was mostly fun that stuff and then I done the subject biology :) and it's what i'm...
    smartl3t smartl3t
    18-21, F
    Mar 9, 2013

    What Separates Us From the Animals ?

    This is a question often asked and I'd like to hear your answers. ( please no "opposible thumb" responses, we all know that one ) I think it's our abstract thinking capability. I think at some point in evolutionary time, a crisis of some sort arose and only those who...
    bitterdregs bitterdregs
    46-50, F
    3 Responses Sep 24, 2009

    Exclusion ?

    Hello. Does evolution exclude intervention (divine, other) ? someone could have started something and then the ones that best fitted a situation trived the most. Situation change => best fitting ones are different.
    guybon guybon
    36-40, M
    Jun 6, 2010

    I Believe.

    I believe in evolution and de-evolution as well. It completely makes sense to me. The collective ideas from scientists, and the evidence is so believable to me. Though I don't know where evolution and my spiritual side come in?
    eastsidechick eastsidechick
    26-30, F
    Sep 17, 2007

    Evolution Is Not a Belief

    It feels rather silly to state that I "believe" in evolution. Just as silly as believing in gravity, believing that the earth is a sphere instead of a pancake and that it revolves around the sun instead of the other way around. Some things are just what they are, no...
    Niles Niles
    46-50, M
    5 Responses Oct 11, 2008


    Nobody has proven that human evolved from other creatures like the chimpanzee but i still believe in evolution.
    melass melass
    16-17, M
    2 Responses Apr 11, 2008

    Recovering Evolutionist

    Interesting.  I had the opposite experience.  Evolution was not taught in my school system in the Midwest and I didn't know a single person who really believed it in.  I'm not sure where I was first exposed to it--probably PBS... Thank  you PBS!  I sought...
    GretaSamsa GretaSamsa
    26-30, F
    2 Responses Jul 20, 2007

    What's Not To Believe?

    Not believing in evolution comes from refusing to believe it. It is happening right in front of you, and can be literally demonstrated within a few generations when conditions are controlled. Don't be scared non-believers, without evolution, life would be unliveable - hee hee.
    thevagenius thevagenius
    5 Responses Sep 11, 2011

    I Believe In Both Evolution And God

    God is something for us to believe in, ironically when it comes right down to god he's what we is there when we don't have other answers. As to evolution it's proven more quickly in viruses that adapt from generation to generation that they will mutate to survive in the host, as...
    deleted deleted
    3 Responses Jul 18, 2013

    Evolutionists believe

    that species have adapted and evolved over time. If this is so, then what came first, the chicken or the egg? A chicken has to be born from an egg, just like a baby has to be born from a fetus. How did the egg get here? An egg is not alive and therefore, it can not evolve.
    courtneyyyx331 courtneyyyx331
    22-25, F
    5 Responses Jul 29, 2014

    It Makes Sense.

    Evolution makes sense to me. I was not raised in a religious family so the idea of god has always been somewhat of a mystery to me. I don't believe the bible is true, I think it's probably the greatest story every written, but nothing more than a story. I can see the workings of...
    Phynn Phynn
    May 1, 2009


    Darwin's theory I believe is no longer a theory but a fact. About all of the scientists in the U. S. are either Agnostic or Atheist. Darwin's theory is a revolutionary breakthrough on how we perceive the world and the way we see Nature.
    revolution77 revolution77
    18-21, M
    Mar 1, 2011

    I accept the Theory of Evolution by means of

    Natural Selection as being by far the best explanation we have for all the myriad forms of life we see on earth today, including ourselves, and the only one that has any real credibility. The view of our natural history it presents is one that greatly enhances my sense of awe...
    TheBookAddict TheBookAddict
    41-45, M
    3 Responses May 29, 2015

    Fun fact: The calcium in our bones

    and the iron in our blood come from ancient explosions of giant stars.... Just one part of the MANY pieces of evidence that backs up the evolution theory. If you still don't believe in evolution, there is no hope for you.
    IAmWhoIAmx IAmWhoIAmx
    16-17, F
    1 Response Sep 11, 2015

    I Believe In Evolution Too Ever Since High School Biology.

    it all makes sense to me. I am fascinated about the missing link. Sometimes for fun I like to think that extra-terresterals are responsible.
    candy100 candy100
    56-60, F
    1 Response Jun 2, 2009

    I Don't Believe In Evolution.

    I don't think anybody needs to believe in evolution. "Evolution" after all, is a collection of ideas about how to best explain what we know about biology and the fossil record. Like the rest of science, it's a set of theories that have been subjected to various tests...
    TheTardyDodo TheTardyDodo
    31-35, M
    8 Responses Jul 23, 2007
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