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Are adaptation, natural selection, and creationism combined a better explanation for the Theory of Evolution?

Asked by: Tes95
  • Yes, they can link somehow

    Yes, I see no reason why adaptation, natural selection, creationism, and the Theory of Evolution can't co-exist as one peacefully. Many theories could explain how we become what we are today. There is no need for such a black and white view either way. The difference is creationism is more based on belief than science. I think evidence of evolution is all around us, but it isn't meaning to discount either view.

  • Yes, they can be linked somehow.

    Yes, I see no reason why adaptation, natural selection, creationism, and the Theory of Evolution can't co-exist as one peacefully. Many theories could explain how we become what we are today. There is no need for such a black and white view either way. The difference is creationism is more based on belief than science. I think evidence of evolution is all around us, but it isn't meaning to discount either view.

  • No, they aren't.

    Once you throw creationism into the mix, you don't have a better theory. While evolution isn't proven it has a very strong background of evidence, creationism is basically "it happened because this book says it did" which couldn't be further from scientific. Evolution is the best theory we have, combined other theories (some of which are part of the theory of evolution) doesn't challenge it at all.

  • Just plain silly.

    They are completely mutually exclusive! Are more taxes, less taxes and the same taxes a solution to every country's financial problems? Honestly how could the idea that everything is made perfect and complete by God ever work together with the concept of organisms best fitted to an environment surviving and passing on their genes to adapt a species?

  • No, they aren't

    Once you throw creationism into the mix, you don't have a better theory. While evolution isn't proven it has a very strong background of evidence, creationism is basically "it happened because this book says it did" which couldn't be further from scientific. Evolution is the best theory we have, combined other theories (some of which are part of the theory of evolution) doesn't challenge it at all.

  • They are inconsistent with eachother.

    Literal Biblical Creationism says the Universe was created in 6 days, about 7k years ago, all species created pretty much how they are now (excluding extinct ones, which didn't evolve, either.) Current Evolutionary theory claims billions of years. They cannot both be right. A few more words to make it to 50.

  • Yes there are too many missing links in Evolution for it to stand alone.

    I believe that adaptation, natural selection, and Creationism combined is an excellent theory for how and why our planet came to be and why it operates the way it does today. I am aware that Creationism cannot be substantiated with scientific evidence, but it makes much more sense to include these theories, which CAN be scientifically backed and DO NOT have so many missing links.


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