Talk:Evolution (Way of the Master)

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I added a link to two videos of the "Foundational Falsehoods of Creationism" series on youtube. The contents of the first video don't specifically refer to the "The Way of the Masters" videos, but it does address common arguments of creationists against evolution in general. The second video does address some of Kirk's arguments specifically (even showing a clip of him on the news), and is just about perfect to refute many of the arguments in this series. I think the "Foundational Falsehoods..." series is a great tool, and should be promoted a bit more. However, it's understandable that it might not be appropriate in the external links section on this specific page (especially the first link, which may be too general). Please feel free to remove it if you've watched the video and feel this way. Also, I provided the text version of the video's script in an html comment. The text version may be a better link in this section. [[User:Mann jess|Mann jess]] 03:45, 22 April 2009 (CDT)
 
I added a link to two videos of the "Foundational Falsehoods of Creationism" series on youtube. The contents of the first video don't specifically refer to the "The Way of the Masters" videos, but it does address common arguments of creationists against evolution in general. The second video does address some of Kirk's arguments specifically (even showing a clip of him on the news), and is just about perfect to refute many of the arguments in this series. I think the "Foundational Falsehoods..." series is a great tool, and should be promoted a bit more. However, it's understandable that it might not be appropriate in the external links section on this specific page (especially the first link, which may be too general). Please feel free to remove it if you've watched the video and feel this way. Also, I provided the text version of the video's script in an html comment. The text version may be a better link in this section. [[User:Mann jess|Mann jess]] 03:45, 22 April 2009 (CDT)
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It may also be worth adding that not only are humans descended from apes, but that we are still [great] apes, and even still fit within the umbrella term 'monkey' (alluding to one of AronRa's videos which is not part of the 'foundational falsehood' series) --[[User:Ygfi|Ygfi]] 08:46, 21 March 2011 (CDT)
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I haven't deleted this because there are pictures that should be transferred to Atheism Wiki first. [[User:Proxima Centauri|Proxima Centauri]] 08:06, 16 November 2011 (CST)

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The next couple of sections from this episode are going to take some time, as there are huge errors and outright lies which will need to be thoroughly debunked. I'll continue working on this one after vacation. Keep up the good work!! Sans Deity 13:43, 2 August 2006 (MST)

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I added a link to two videos of the "Foundational Falsehoods of Creationism" series on youtube. The contents of the first video don't specifically refer to the "The Way of the Masters" videos, but it does address common arguments of creationists against evolution in general. The second video does address some of Kirk's arguments specifically (even showing a clip of him on the news), and is just about perfect to refute many of the arguments in this series. I think the "Foundational Falsehoods..." series is a great tool, and should be promoted a bit more. However, it's understandable that it might not be appropriate in the external links section on this specific page (especially the first link, which may be too general). Please feel free to remove it if you've watched the video and feel this way. Also, I provided the text version of the video's script in an html comment. The text version may be a better link in this section. Mann jess 03:45, 22 April 2009 (CDT)

It may also be worth adding that not only are humans descended from apes, but that we are still [great] apes, and even still fit within the umbrella term 'monkey' (alluding to one of AronRa's videos which is not part of the 'foundational falsehood' series) --Ygfi 08:46, 21 March 2011 (CDT)

I haven't deleted this because there are pictures that should be transferred to Atheism Wiki first. Proxima Centauri 08:06, 16 November 2011 (CST)

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