Flesh and Tailfeathers – The Worldview of Evolution

If you haven’t already heard, according to this article, an undergra1501314765148874893d student from the University of Alberta uncovered a dinosaur by the name of “Ornithomimus” with preserved tail-feathers and soft tissue. Why is this important? I’m no scientist, but I’m not sure that the odds are in the favor of this kind of preservation over “75 million” years. And before people go up in arms about how i haven’t read scientific articles about iron preservation and such, I have, and it’s all very fascinating, but I’m not convinced. I’m not saying that Iron can’t be a preservative. I just don’t think it’s logical to throw out a Creationist’s views.

The real question is why? Why don’t people want to believe in the God of Creation? We’ll look at this worldview issue tonight! Stay tuned!

In the meantime, here are some sources from both points of view:

2 thoughts on “Flesh and Tailfeathers – The Worldview of Evolution

  1. For me and I think many others, religion is not a matter of wanting or not wanting to believe. It’s that I simply don’t have a belief in a god and am comfortable enough with that. But I do respect science, and I ponder it (especially the 3.8 billion year history of life) for consolation about dying and for a sense of a something-larger that I am part of.


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