It’s a theory that has been politicized

The science of biological evolution is in the same situation as Newtonian physics. The Newtonian model works until we get to quantum mechanics. Newtonian physics isn’t wrong, it just doesn’t explain quantum physics so we need a new model. Biological evolution (micro-evolution) works until we get to questions involving creation of life and speciation. At that point it breaks down and the evidence is all against evolution (macro-evolution).

Evolution is a scientific theory that has been politicized. Science and politics have different rules. Science is governed by rules of objective observation where dedicated people try to figure out how things work. Politics is governed by rules of organized activism to force your views on society or reach some sort of compromise. The scientific debate over evolution is over and evolution lost because there is no evidence for their view.

Secularists want to suppress the values of conservative Christianity. It’s all about a small, well-organized group of extremists who want to indoctrinate our children and force their views on society. They wrap themselves in science and demonize their enemies by accusing them of doing what they are doing. They are religious fanatics who worship themselves and call themselves evolutionists.


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