curious_george_43545 wrote:knapplc wrote:1) The Religious Zealots who hate science and what it stands for, thinking it goes against their belief.
2) The Scientific Zealots who hate anything supernatural and what it stands for, thinking it goes against their belief.
3) Those in the middle who think that both theories have a possibility of being correct, that neither has been proven or disproven, and who are eagerly awaiting that sign from God or Science that proves either argument.
4)Think That God created the World and animals evolve in the sense that they change over time due to changes in earth's climate and to better adapt to their enviorment. I don't believe we all came from one common ancestor though, like Darwin.
Bingo! Put me down for #4. It's nice to see that I'm not the only one who sees Creationism and evolution working together. I don't know why people always pit them against each other. They can co-exist.
By the way, I want to comment on dannyolb's post. He is very right in pointing out this opposite extreme. These extremists who think that Christianity must be shoved into the schools laws-be-damned are just as bad in my book as the governments are for thinking that ID is only a religious tool without merit. Boo to both sides.