(Atheists) Ignore the bible, suppose a god started the big bang and evolution, could you believe that?

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benhos says2015-05-01T06:36:10.1406629-05:00
Let's not turn the Theory of Evolution into a christian thing, god did not cause evolution or change apes into humans, it happened.
TBR says2015-05-01T09:13:36.3360667-05:00
@MrFox above makes this point well. My answer was in hopes this would become a conversation, but the OP seems to have abandoned it. The point is, if there is a god who "started the big bang and evolution" then it needs the same proof. The same simple logic apply if it is the God of the Bible, or some other god.
KidMedic says2015-07-12T21:33:57.0682504-05:00
Benhos, at least get evolution right. No one ever said that man came from apes. Darwin said we share a common ancestor. Do you even know your own beliefs?

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