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Lesson 5 - Science: What is True? - Part Two

Lesson 5 – Science: What is True? – Part Two

A careful examination of molecular biology and the fossil record demonstrates that evolution is not a “proven fact.” Meanwhile, history shows that ideas, including Darwinism as a social philosophy, have definite consequences — consequences that can turn ugly when God is left out of the picture. Visit for more information.
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kigawman - posted on June 30, 2007 5:10 pm

Rael is not God. He's human like the rest of us. What if His claims are not true? He Has to be a god(Which He is not, bluntly speaking!) to make a claim that we came from "Imagio goo" than from "Imagio Deo"
Honestly speaking, I totally disagree with You.
God Bless.

kigawman - posted on July 3, 2007 2:52 pm

The way I see it, A lot of people like You or Rael or any other atheist tries to put down God's truth, All of you failed to do it. Why?
God's word cannot be put down.
Like I said, I totally disagree with You.
I don't see the Logic that Everything in the Universe became into existence without someone, so powerful creating it.

kigawman - posted on July 6, 2007 4:08 am

The universe came into existence by God's approval.
Don't put those words from what Carl Sagan said from the cosmos. Also, Jesus is the one who was, who is, and WHO IS TO COME.
Time will not tell who is right because God already gave the truth and You refuse to accept it.
God holds time from the beginning till the end.

kigawman - posted on February 11, 2008 3:44 am

Alot of people will say who created God. Who then created the creator of God? If you can't answer that, Who created the creator of the creator of God? If you can't answer that, Who then created the creator of the creator of the creator of God?? you keep on expanding and you come to a point, how many god's have to be created to have one Triune being?
((THE POINT IS NO ONE CREATED GOD!!)) He is the self existent one and no one created Him.

adobster crail - posted on March 31, 2008 5:34 pm

Modern apes (monkeys) and humans have a common ancestor. Your statement is like saying if you have the same grandparents then why do I have cousins? Your cousins aren't apart of your immediate family, but you do have common ancestry.

adobster crail - posted on March 31, 2008 5:37 pm

I have read the bible, especially the parts where it tells you to kill unbelievers and it's ok to sell children into slavery, kill babies, and stone people to death. I refer of course to Deuteronomy and Leviticus. It's not the "love thy neighbor" stuff that people oppose; it's the hateful stuff I oppose.

xibanezbronzex - posted on December 4, 2008 11:27 pm

I love how some of you assume that this is all there is to it…
Not only is what you just watched part of an hour long show, but its only one part of a twelve part series. So before you go off talking about how there was no evidence stated… maybe you should WATCH all twelve hours. If it doesn't blow your mind, then you didnt understand it.

Wilsymonds - posted on April 5, 2009 9:56 pm

really? I thought it was pretty interesting. in what ways is it a weak argument?

Wilsymonds - posted on April 6, 2009 9:37 pm

that's because he got this from a few books, I picked one of them up to read. Darwin's Black Box

Daytimeofnight - posted on October 7, 2009 2:24 am

For a series that bills itself as an honest in-depth look at important topics, it is disappointing to see that the science portion makes use of speakers such as Stephen Meyer and Jonathan Wells (did anyone tell them he's a Mooney?), who have no scientific credibility whatsoever. Who wants to bet Michael Behe gets some screen time too! This is so embarrassing for Christians who really do understand science and are honestly (rather than dishonestly) trying to reconcile science with a biblical view

miselaineous13 - posted on November 24, 2009 1:10 am

Why is it so hard to even ask a question of the theory? Isn't that a hallmark of science?
If Darwin was correct, and each species has evolved through a series of small incremental changes, how many changes would we estimate we and the animals have gone through?
100? 1,000? 10,000? 100,000?
Even if it's a smaller number, like 1,000, (50,000 is a reasonable estimate), where are the fossils to support evolution? We are fortunate if we have 2 specimens, and they may or may not be the same animal.

Daytimeofnight - posted on December 10, 2009 9:19 pm

miselaineous13: fossilization is a rare event. That's why we will never have a complete record. Also, through something called pleiotropy, changes in a single gene can result in multiple changes in traits, so you don't necessarily need 1000 genetic changes for 1000 morphological changes.

Daytimeofnight - posted on December 10, 2009 9:23 pm

MIRANDA: It's not the number of chromosomes, it's the high degree of similarity including numerous examples of identical mutations, retrovirus insertions and pseudogenes, which can only be explained by common descent.
The Bombadier Beetle has been explained by evolutionary theory. Have you bothered to look up scientific articles on their evolutionary history?

Daytimeofnight - posted on December 11, 2009 6:43 am

So because you don't believe in evolution, it is not possible to prove it to you?

DreamsofMajesty - posted on June 26, 2010 5:25 pm

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Faith - posted on September 19, 2010 2:27 am

Love this series! I learned so much!

evet45 - posted on October 20, 2010 6:07 am

Notice, Del does not pick on Crick and Watson? He always chooses poor Charles for his naive but important work. And, since Darwin is dead the creationists can have a field day. Not like picking on James Watson who is still alive!
If evolution was not real how come we can trace our heritage through DNA!
And, who cares if we came from monkeys or sponges! We are still children of God .

evet45 - posted on October 20, 2010 6:08 am

@LinuxShogoki Notice they never pick on Crick and Watson! Because james Watson is still alive!

evet45 - posted on October 20, 2010 6:11 am

@miselaineous13 For goodness sakes , just do a DNA heritage study and alot of your questions could be answered. BTW. fossil fragments are not that easy to find.

Christopher Jones - posted on May 23, 2011 7:39 pm

@nichtmuttersprachler The "current theory of abiogenesis" is just as ridiculous. Yes, I know what it is.

Raiinwater - posted on July 30, 2011 6:12 pm

@Hufflewaffle Open your eyes dude

Redeemed1Eternity - posted on February 2, 2012 10:26 pm

@nichtmuttersprachler take a frog , put it in a blender. now see if you can scientifically put that frog back again and make it alive! after all, you do have everything you need to make "life" no? all the DNA and all the molecules are all still there! so could YOU put that frog back together? THAT'S WHY abiogenesis is ridiculous! you CAN'T make life out of non-life even if you do have all the "necessary" molecules. Life is more that that!

Tanner Sherlock - posted on March 17, 2012 9:09 pm

This video series is sooo amazing. It takes actual experts, not just nieve Christians, to formulate points. If you're dogging it but haven't actually watched it, you need to watch it. The points it makes in this video are legitimate points, not just bias garbage as so many of you are so "SURE" of.

Tanner Sherlock - posted on March 17, 2012 9:10 pm

@nichtmuttersprachler whats the point of having these mechanisms in place prior to plants and animals?

DrCruse - posted on June 27, 2012 8:12 pm

I watched the entire series with some creationist friends of mine. Del Tackett loves to use arguments fro ignorance and personal incredulity in order to try to disprove sound science, meanwhile providing not a shred of evidence other than Bible verses to back up his own assertions. The so called "Truth Project" is indeed a "blow your mind" level of stupidity.

Ivan Buck - posted on December 12, 2012 9:33 pm

I watched this with my bible study last year. I go to a mega church that believes in this. I have written my pastor a letter about it. Don't know if it will do any good.

Ivan Buck - posted on December 12, 2012 9:35 pm

Just because you may not understand how something works does not mean it can't or there are no possiblities. Take a look at the evidence. But be warned it is going to take some time and understanding. Not a Bumper sticker study

jjwestra - posted on October 6, 2013 3:13 pm

As a Christian, please continue to investigate. "The heavens declare the glory of God." In my worldview, science is a way for God to reveal himself to us. By all means, INVESTIGATE MORE, so I can learn MORE ABOUT GOD. For example, science points to the fact that the universe had a beginning (Big Bang). Therefore, it must have had a creator who was supernatural, all powerful, timeless, spaceless, and personal. Hmmm, sounds a whole lot like the God of the Bible. THANK YOU SCIENCE!

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