The Evolution Is Still a Mystery

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The Evolution Is Still a Mystery

It has been recently revealed in a report that there are further conflicts among the Republican authorities and the teachers of the state. This is based on the theory of evolution, which both the sides are putting across their evaluations upon.

The origin of life has been a matter of debate since time immemorial, and there have been many people who have debates the subject with different theories. However the quest between whether it was God or science that created the world is still the base question and people all over the world tend to have different views about it.

Scientists have come up with so many true seeming possibilities of how the world was created and how things evolved, that the existence of God sort of sounds like a fiction. This is worrying the authorities because they believe that the religious sentiments as well as beliefs of people are being hurt and questioned due to these new theories, which may or may not be entirely true.

“My point is, God's still up there. The arrogance of people to think that we, human beings, would be able to change what He is doing in the climate is to me outrageous”, said James Inhofe of Oklahoma.

There is need for science and religion to draw out similar terms on which they can agree upon. This is essential because only then the younger generation can be told the difference between truth and fiction, and the truth about how the world came into existence. This might sound confusing and there might be need to conduct further debates on the matter, before there can be a verdict revealed by the government which works well for both scientists and religious leaders.


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