Does the word "fact" mean something different in Christian English?

Posted a few minutes ago:

"here's a fun fact, evolution breaks three scientific laws".

I wonder which laws they are, according to this "fact".

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  • E P
    Lv 7
    7 years ago
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    *Christian* English?

    Please explain this "fact."

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    You can wonder forever, because Evolution does NO such thing.

    This lie, like so many others told by creationists, holds NO validity whatsoever.

    It is theism, and the ignorance that is permanantly attached to it, that needs to be ridiculed.

    To wit;

    "If you were actually educated you'd know that they were referring to the Laws of Thermodynamics."

    Spoken like a true moron. Evolution not only does NOT violate any of the rules of Thermodynamics, the argument simply shows the ignorance of said rules, by the idiot claiming this.

    Look it up sparky, the 2nd rule of Thermodynamics (the one relating to Entropy) is valid ONLY in a closed system. See that bright shiny ball of fire in the sky? That's the Sun. It gives us all the free energy we need. This solar system is and OPEN system and so the rules of entropy do NOT apply.

    Sorry, you lose AND look like a moron. Again.

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    They will always try to spread misinformation like that. Most people don't understand that if someone makes a claim like that and doesn't cite their sources, then they are either mislead or outright lying. Christians and other religions have always done this and will continue to do so, Christians are trained to be receptive to misinformation on purpose. The true enemy of the atheist is not the Christians themselves, but their leader (Church leaders in this case). Kill a leader in combat and his followers retreat.

  • 4 years ago

    Creationism nor evolution is fact. Christian english use of the word fact is only pertaining to their own personal spiritual beliefs and faith.

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  • 7 years ago

    No. The person that wrote that is an ignorant fool. The words that they used correctly: here's, a and three.

    @tac: Learn at least middle school science. You've shown yourself to be an ignorant fool as well. It isn't science if it comes from creationist/ID, it's theology.

  • l
    Lv 7
    7 years ago

    Yes, many Christians are really frightened of evolution because it completely disproves all of Christianity. And the person who posted that has never read a book on science.

  • 7 years ago

    Yes. Facts are more loosely defined by religions than by science.

  • 7 years ago

    A christian made that claim and didn't bother to cite sources? You don't say?

  • 7 years ago

    I think you'll find that "fact", "evolution" and "scientific" all have different meanings in that sentence than what you're thinking.

  • Reality does not fit within their belief system.

    FACK!

  • 7 years ago

    Probably. There is a definite difference in the definition of theory

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