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The theory of evolution makes a lot of sense to me- I believe it myself. However, as a Christian I believe that God created life. One of my friends, who is an astronomy & planetary studies professor, was an atheist before going into his field but now says evidence overwhelmingly points to life being created by a sentient being. Evolutionists dismiss creationists as believers in"magic" or"nonsense," but their theory for how life began is just as stupid. You expect me to believe a"big bang" created a solar system out of nothing, then a bunch of rocks ran into each other to create our planet and somehow life magically came into being without any of the components necessary for life? Please. Evolution is real, but the beginning of life as evolutionists view it makes less sense than a supreme being creating life.
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There's a lot of supporting evidence involved in the theory of us evolving from apes. We look very similar to apes, we have almost all the same body parts as apes, our bone structures are very similar to apes, it's not a theory it's a fact. What else is there to prove?
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It is a fact.
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First, I'm a Christian. Second, I believe that evolution is scientifically accurate, to a point where it is beyond contestation. Technically, you can make an argument that it is strictly defined as a theory, but the only reason this definition holds up is because science cannot replicate this process at will. For all intents and purposes, evolution is supported as factual, and there is no substantial evidence disproving the scientific legitimacy of this"theory." Basically, unless you intend to split hairs, the theory of evolution is a fact.
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Some of the parts have yet to be proved although as a whole it makes Sense. I'd say 60% factual and 40% theory. 
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Evolution is a theory, and it's a theory that you can test. We've tested evolution in many ways. You can't present good evidence that says evolution is not a fact.
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