Well, these are the folks who brought you "legitimate rape" and female bodies that somehow refuse to become pregnant with an automatic biological shut-off switch. They refer to their Bibles instead of looking out the window. So they've established that they prefer their fairy tales.
They are Republicans. Expect them to be insane.
You'd think believing is SCIENCE would be a prerequisite to being a member of the House Science Committee. I'm not surprised that it's not.
They evolved from turds.....
Everyone has a different opinion. Not my opinion but still.
If theologians can't agree with theologians, and scientists can't even agree with other scientists on the origin if the universe, why would you expect politicians to agree? Besides the evolution creation debate has nothing to do with political persuasion, I know many devout catholic democrats that believe in creation and it does not make them insane or prevent them from doing their job!
Again not all agree and no one knows, so it's one theory against the other. My cousin Father John says the Catholic teaching is theistic evolution meaning that God was the driving force of the evolution and specifically that mankind is the direct creation of God.
It's not one 'theory' against another. Creationism is not a theory. It is a hypothesis. A theory, at least in scientific terms, is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world, based on knowledge that has been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experimentation. The whole idea that you can compare creationism and evolution as competing theories shows a complete lack of understanding of the most basic concepts in science.
First, +1 for having a link... these questions never seem to have citations. Secondly, meh.
Although, now that I've tried it, the link didn't work for me :/
I don't believe in some House Republicans.