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Brenda Lewis, chair of the International Certificate of Christian Education, seems to struggle with reporting the facts. So I set her straight on a few things.
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I got published in the New Statesman, innit.
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Johnny, you need to Google Hoyles study on the probabilities of evolution, minus an intelligent creator.  Hoyle, who was no Christian by any stretch, presented his findings at the Cambridge symposium of scientists His study and showed that evolution, as taught by science is a statistical impossibility. After he presented his study the scientist's reaction was pretty much, "well, we are here, so we know it happened, no matter what your study says". Evolution is based on faith, just like intelligent design is.
The countless hoaxes over the decades that evolutionists have fostered to legitimize their views should make a little alarm go off in your mind Johnny!
Hoyles argument was largely based on the fact that the teachings of the ":Big Bang" theory are fundamentally flawed in that most of the critical components of life, like the basic amino acids that are necessary for life, are impossible to come into their own by accident. because they are impossible to be formulated by accident. These fragile components require a very controlled environment both to come into being at all, and also to continue to exist. 
Man with all of pour knowledge and equipment cannot even start to produce something as common as the silk from a spider's web, so how is this type stuff supposed to have come into being on it's own?
The dirty little secret evolutionists will not address is, if evolution did happen as they teach it, it still requires purpose. So where did the purpose come from, before advanced nerve systems and complex brain came into being? I even heard one evolutionist in talking about the characteristics a certain tree, say, "...at some point in i't's evolution, the tree decided to..." Huh? That sounds dummer than a stump to me! 
Yep, in order to evolve upwards, things have to have the drive to move upwards. Also, for evolution to succeed, good characteristics would need to be passed along directly without fail, without skipping any generations. You know that is idealistic, and very unrealistic too.
In closing, if an evolutionist can explain to me how something as stupid as a common chicken figured out it needed to turn it's eggs twice a day, and to rotate them exactly 180 degrees each time, or they would not hatch, I might would be more open to your theory. 
The problem is, this egg turning thing  birds do is either done or it's not. The first generation that failed to do it, would fail to exist. But then, if they failed to turn their eggs, they would never have hatched in the 1st place. It has to be "all or nothing" here, Johnny! 
Mutations always are negative, and you can't get something from nothing. Those are hard facts that cannot be altered, no matter how hard man may try to change the facts! 
I hope your search eventually leads you to your creator!
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Parents! Kids complaining about school?
Step 1: Don't believe them
Step 2: Ask the staff for the real facts.
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"Plimer feels about creationism roughly as normal people feel about child slavery. On the first page of his book, he calls creationism a “cult” and accuses creation scientists of committing “blatant scientific fraud”, and the salvo barely lets up from there. Telling Lies for God: Reason vs Creationism is not a nuanced or subtle tome. And, as much as I wanted to like it, I’m not convinced it’s very good."
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Normal ACE school; punishment in a state school. Spot the difference.
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Now in his 20s, Jonny Scaramanga left school with a worldview shaped by Christianity, but without a faith.
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