Karma reasons for concrete message



    Posts: 78
  • Darwins +16/-0

Abiogenesis has far more going for it than creationism.

Abiogenesis involves trying to examine the available evidence and seeing where that leads us.

Creationism involves looking at a dusty old book and going "welp, there's the answer, lets not look any further".

OK, so what is the evidence for abiogenesis?

I hate to start posting on here by being confrontational, or by playing "pile on the theist", but I have a question that I think is important to this exchange:

What would you consider acceptable evidence for abiogenesis? Would a detailed description of the probable process be enough or would we have to reproduce it in a lab?

2ndly; Whatever your standards of evidence may be, can you provide evidence for creation by a deity that would meet those standards?
Changed Change Reason Date
ParkingPlaces We forgive your confrontational beginning :-) Welcome December 05, 2013, 12:14:51 PM
median Welcome to the forum and good point! Thx December 05, 2013, 11:24:15 AM
Boots Excellent questions, excellent first post! Welcome December 05, 2013, 10:34:10 AM