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Ben Carson on God's creation, the brain

Ben Carson on God's creation, the brain

(4:20) Republican presidential candidate, and retired pediatric neurosurgeon, Ben Carson was the first to successfully separate conjoined twins joined at the head. But can he separate nonsense and science?

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Guest: (769 days ago)

Haha brilliant. Nice to see an intellectual and an academic flexing his belief system. Each to their own. That must get the new atheist nuts in a fervour.

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Haha brilliant. Nice to see an intellectual and an academic flexing his belief system. Each to their own. That must get the new atheist nuts in a fervour.

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Guest: one more time (769 days ago)

Troll much?

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Troll much?

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Looks like a hit a nerve. Don't worry, I find relgious nuts just as objectionable and irrational as new atheist nuts. Just different brands of arrogant lunacy.

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Looks like a hit a nerve. Don't worry, I find relgious nuts just as objectionable and irrational as new atheist nuts. Just different brands of arrogant lunacy.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (773 days ago)

Ben Carson is a brilliant neurosurgeon AND a creationist at the same time. Proof that God's brain works in mysterious ways?

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Ben Carson is a brilliant neurosurgeon AND a creationist at the same time. Proof that God's brain works in mysterious ways?

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Proof at least that science and religion are for the most part non-overlapping magisteria and you can merrily have confidence in both. The guy that first suggested the big bang was a Catholic priest. That's why it's amusing when atheists claim theirs is the scientific stance.

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Proof at least that science and religion are for the most part non-overlapping magisteria and you can merrily have confidence in both. The guy that first suggested the big bang was a Catholic priest. That's why it's amusing when atheists claim theirs is the scientific stance.

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Guest: one more time (769 days ago)

That's what you get when you don't argue from authority. That's why it's funny when religious nuts think that atheists worship Darwin or Dawkins.

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That's what you get when you don't argue from authority. That's why it's funny when religious nuts think that atheists worship Darwin or Dawkins.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (772 days ago)

You must be thinking of Georges Lemaitre. Muslims claim the Big Bang is mentioned somewhere in the Quran which was written about 1400 years earlier. At least there seems to be some agreement.

Ben Carson though, is nuts.

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You must be thinking of Georges Lemaitre. Muslims claim the Big Bang is mentioned somewhere in the Quran which was written about 1400 years earlier. At least there seems to be some agreement.

Ben Carson though, is nuts.

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Guest: (772 days ago)

Yup that's the guy. Suggesting the universe was made from a big bang, and preached in church on a Sunday. I wonder if he thought that atheism was the only scientific stance.

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Yup that's the guy. Suggesting the universe was made from a big bang, and preached in church on a Sunday. I wonder if he thought that atheism was the only scientific stance.

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