Two Of The Three Republican Candidates Of The Presidential Debates For
The 2008 Election That Said They Don't Believe In Evolution Actually Do Believe In A 'Process' That Sounds Like Theistic
Basically They Employed Double Speak By Saying They Don't Believe In Evolution
But When Describing What They Believe, Made It Clear They Do.
Double Speak: evasive, ambiguous language that is intended to deceive or
This Is Like Clinton Saying, I Did Not Have Sex With That Woman But I Did
Enjoy Fornicating With Her.
Transcript Of Presidential Debate:
"Governor Huckabee, at a previous debate, you and two of your colleagues
indicated that you do not believe in evolution. You're an ordained minister. What do you believe? Is it the story of creation
as it is reported in the Bible or described in the Bible?
MR. HUCKABEE: It's interesting that that question would even be asked of
somebody running for president. I'm not planning on writing the curriculum for an eighth-grade science book. I'm asking for
the opportunity to be president of the United States.
But you've raised the question, so let me answer it. "In the beginning,
God created the heavens and the Earth." To me it's pretty simple, a person either believes that God created this process
or believes that it was an accident and that it just happened all on its own.
And the basic question was an unfair question because it simply
asks us in a simplistic manner whether or not we believed - in my view - whether there's a God or not. Well let me be very
clear: I believe there is a God. I believe there is a God who was active in the creation process. Now, how did he do it,
and when did he do it, and how long did he take? I don't honestly know, and I don't think knowing that would make me a better
or a worse president."
How Would He Not Know How Long Creation Took?
The Bible Says Six Days. (Genesis 1 & 2)
"SEN. BROWNBACK: I'd be happy to. And it's interesting that
we're doing this here, at St. Anselm's, who this - that saint had a philosophy of faith seeking reason. And that's the issue
that's missing here, if I could highlight that point, is that I believe that we are created in the image of God for a particular
purpose. And I believe that with all my heart. And I'm somebody - I've had cancer in the past. I've had a season to really
look at this and study it and think about the end of life. And I am fully convinced there's a God of the universe that
loves us very much and was involved in the process. How he did it, I don't know.
One of the problems we have with our society today is that we put faith
and science at odds with each other. They aren't at odds with each other. If they are, check your faith or check your science.
And we should have a discussion."
Faith And Science Are At Odds With Each Other.
How Old Is The Earth:
Just Listen To Shows Having To Do With Animals Or Nature, And You Will
Hear...'Millions Of Years This' Or 'Millions Of Years That'
Even The Orkin Man Believes The Millions Of Years Theory.
Here Brownback Says God Was 'Involved In The Process' but He Doesn't Know
'How He Did It'
Read Genesis Mr. Brownback...Let There Be...six Days.
God Was Involved In The Process.
Huckabee And Brownback Made It Clear That They Either Believe In Theistic
Evolution Or Put Getting Elected As A Higher Priority Than Sticking With What They Believe.
10 dangers of theistic evolution: