You are simply a trend following Richad Dawkins wanna-be, IE, a discredit to rational fair-minded people everywhere. People like you are giving all of us non-believers a bad name with your ugly Secular Jihad against personal spiritual beliefs.
The prejudiced idea that somebody else's spiritual beliefs are not compatible with evolutionary reality relies on the false premise that all religious people are stupid superstitious cretins.
I didn't say that all religious people are stupid superstitious cretins
(sic). However, you must be in denial if you don't realise that "spiritual beliefs" do in fact conflict with the acceptance of evolution.
That assumption cannot explain how Dr Paul graduated from one of the top 10 medical schools in the world, so therefore it is not valid.
Dude, you do realise that being an expert on evolution is not a prerequisite for graduating from a top medical school, do you?
Jon, it was you who taught us all that
evolution is the cornerstone of modern Biology. As Theodosius Dobzhansky famously stated, "Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution".
It would be kind of hard to graduate from Duke Med without being able do understand biology, no?
I can't think of a better way to get in touch with physical reality than by delivering 10,000 babies.
Well, besides making 10,000 babies.
Secular Humanist (ie, warmed-over post-Marxist) objections aside, the mutual compatibility of faith and reason has been well demonstrated over the years by scientific luminaries such as Newton, Einstein, and Darwin, who
went as far as saying that "Science has nothing to do with Christ, except insofar as the habit of scientific research makes a man cautious in admitting evidence. For myself, I do not believe that there ever has been any revelation. As for a future life, every man must judge for himself between conflicting vague probabilities."http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Darwin%27s_religious_views