Christianity: God made man. Man sinned. Death entered into the world.
Darwinian Evolution: Death. More death. Even more death. Man emerges from the death.
Christianity: Jesus speaks the truth. Jesus believed Genesis 1. Genesis 1 is truth.
Darwinian Evolution: Genesis 1 is a lie. Jesus believed a lie. Jesus lies.
Christianity: Science is studying what is.
Darwinian Evolution: We agree!
Christianity: But you are trying to define the past which you can’t see or study, but only interpret based off of presuppositions and how you think the things of today came to be. How is that Science and not Historical Interpretation of the Past? Isn’t that philosophy and not Science?
Darwinian Evolution: No. It’s Science. How is invoking God for making everything Science? It’s not!
Christianity: Never said it was. Never called it Science. We call it what it is; Theology. Based off of our presuppositions of an existence of the creator, we study the world of today and interpret it all based on that presupposition. Your presupposition is there is not creator and everything is super old. Thus you interpret it all based on those presuppositions. How is what you are doing different than I? I don’t see how studying something as it is isn’t Science, and I don’t see how interpreting the Scientific findings based on philosophy isn’t still philosophy, which you call yours Science.
(What I would hope they would say) Darwinian Evolution: I see your point.
(What I’ve seen most say) Darwinian Evolution: Your not a scientist. Only Sceintists can define science.
Simply way of showing the stark differences between two distinct religions. Oops… Did I call Darwinian Evolution a religion? My bad. At least religions have celebrations. It doesn’t have any holidays. Except maybe Darwin’s birthday and the day the book was published. Yet to see any big hoopla over it though.
This oversimplification may be useful but I also take full responsibility for any error or misrepresentation and would be glad to be corrected so that I may better represent both sides. It’s not useful to misrepresent. That just causes confusion.