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Museum Visit Reveals a lot of Uncertainties Within Darwinism

BuzWeston Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 3:07 PM
One last comment. I have an advantage over you, and it is this. I have already been where you are. I used to be a dogmatci evolutionist jerk. I know all the evolution arguments. Moreover, I know all the psychological strategies used to effectively isolate oneself from facing serious scientific arguments against evolution. Only listen to evolutionists. Only engage amateur creationists, like the ones found on this site. Call them names. Declare that only evolution is science. But then I stumbled upon some real PhD research scientists who woke me from my dogmatic slumber. I could no longer pretend intellectual superiority. My silly arguments didn't measure up to their science. And after years of listening, and doing the, "Yeah, but..."

I went to two New York City churches on the last Sunday morning of May: First a Christian one, then the American Museum of Natural History, a towering steeple within the Church of Darwin.

My first stopping point: The Spitzer Hall of Human Origins on the lower level, a dark and crowded chapel with hairy figures created to show man's purported hominid ancestry over several million years. Some parents were catechizing their young children: "Look, those are our relatives." (As I listened, one unbelieving girl, staring at the private parts of the hirsute mannequins, laughed, "We didn't come from them."...