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Re: Re: Re: Re: Rebuttal article encouraged

Posted By: Susan Williams on April 10, 2007
 
Well, I'm a few tweaks above brain dead, and have been studying this somewhat seriously for five or six years, own about 30 books on various subtopics of the evolution vs. creation debate from various disciplines, including many from your "greatest hits" list, I'm sure -- have not one but two kids who've recently graduated from college Phi Beta Kappa, so I guess I'm not THAT big of a rumdum -- and I come down squarely on the side of "evolution can't be true." So 'xplain that. And how come the facts and theories that tend to disprove the theory of evolution aren't covered in the K-12 textbooks, nor in the teacher training sessions, nor allowed in the supposedly free marketplace of ideas, such as publications such as TCRecord? I'll tell you why. BECAUSE THE FIX IS IN!!! :>) And I don't like it. Again, I plead for the other side of the story to have equal time and equal space to balance this important debate. I don't even know you, but I know this: you deserve to have the whole picture, and if you did, I feel sure you would see it the way I do.
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