I live in England , where there is to be honest less daebte , and the little daebte there is less aggressive. what I have noticed however is that creationists have the idea that evolutionists condemn the idea of a god. If you think about it though , there should be less animosity between the two advocates of creationism and evolution. Anyone remember the scientists at C.E.R.N? looking for the higgs boson , or god particle with the LHC?In universal scales , which I think the whole daebte should be based on, the existence of a creator is plausible.Although I myself dont believe it , who’s to say god is an all powerful entity who created mankind? Who’s to say he didnt decide the laws of physics then create the universe through the big bang? leaving the universe as a whole a closed system planets forming , and mankind evolving as we know it did , whatever space the universe occupies being the surroundings , presumable wherever an entity we would call God would reside, unable to intefere with the universe as it is. Also Kisama is right , evolution is not a theory , as a theory is yet to be proven , there are extensive records of evolution in the genes of every organism alive today. I don’t condemn the idea’s of Christianity , I think the general idea’s of religion are commendable ,not killing , cheating , lying ,stealing and just general amicability towards fellow man. However I disagree with the fact that creationism is being taught as science in equal measure with the theory of evolution in schools in various parts of America. Those who wish to practice religion should do so , and the children of them given all the facts of science ,as well as the theories , and all the ideas of their religion without the children being told by their parents that christianity , islam etc is right as this is the cause of daebte. No doubt at a suitable age , a child not taught blind faith by parents , endowed with all the facts of both sides would stop the condemnation of scientific ideas and start to view god as what he is , not omnipotent or omnipowerful , but simply a scientific possibility , with no direct interest in the affairs of humanity.
Evolution means the Bible got it wrong. It means that Genesis is just a myth and that Adam and Even are fantasy. Without that story the entire idea of original sin is right out. Jesus mentions Adam, so he didn’t know it was a fantasy.
Theories in science can be proven. Every major scientific group has statements that say evolution is a fact. There isn’t a single paper in any peer reviewed journal against common decent, nor is there any alternate explanation that explains things like fossil succession or the very obvious DNA relationships.
Saying something is vaguely possible is no reason to even seriously consider it. Leprechauns are vaguely possible. Doesn’t mean that I’m wasting a bit of time on them.
Finally you haven’t got a clue what the Higgs Boson even is. It has nothing at all to do with God. It is the base particle predicted by the Standard Model. CERN has already published a very likely candidate signal, and it looks like the prediction was a hit.