Thursday, 19 March 2009

A viewpoint on creation

TO MARK the 150th anniversary of what they believe is a flawed theory – the publication of Charles Darwin's book On the Origin of SpeciesLichfield Christadelphians are inviting people to hear an alternative presentation on where life on Earth came from.
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"Darwin's theory does not have a convincing explanation of how life originally came about," said a spokesman.
"Even the simplest imaginable self-sustaining life form would have to be so incredibly complicated that it is inconceivable that viable life could emerge, by chance, from a 'primordial soup'. Also, despite claims to the contrary, no believable transitional species have been identified in the fossil record even though many diligent searches have been made since Darwin's time."

Christadelphians firmly believe that life was created by an intelligent creator.
To review some of their evidence they are holding a special presentation, God's Creation, Not Darwin's Evolution at the Christadelphian Hall, Station Road, Lichfield, U.K., on March 24 at 8pm.
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English: "A Venerable Orang-outang", a caricature of Charles Darwin as an ape published in The Hornet, a satirical magazine Deutsch: Man sieht Darwin als Affen dargestellt, was eine Anspielung auf seine Evolutionstheorie sein soll. Seiner Meinung nach entwickelten sich die Menschen aus den Affen, was damals eine völlig neue Vorstellung war. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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