Christians and Evolution

Howard Dean recently criticized Governor Scott Walker for not having a college degree. What was he really criticizing?

Governor Walker’s faith. He’s a Christian.

Howard Dean states that evolution is an accepted fact.


In 1859, Charles Darwin was severely criticized for his Theory of Evolution when he failed to present scientific evidence of transitional forms; meaning, where do we see a half-man, half-fish? Where do we find the missing link between man and apes?

Darwin said the geological record was imperfect. Well, one hundred and fifty-six years have passed, and we’re still waiting for proof of transitional forms.

Evolution is not only a political belief, but it’s a religious belief supported by humanists, secularists, and atheists. People on the left, who are supposed to be open-minded and tolerant, often criticize Christians for being narrow-minded and judgmental. BUT! I have girlfriends who are doctors, lawyers, and businesswomen. All are highly educated, successful, and intelligent, and they are devout Christians. This must shock Howard Dean.

So what if Governor Walker never finished college. Rush Limbaugh didn’t either, and he’s worth millions. Education is not always a sign of success since many educated people are unemployed or underemployed.

God uses the foolish people of the world to confound the wise.


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