Theory Of Evolution False or True, False For Republicans
The theory of evolution, which states that humans have evolved and adapted over the centuries and millennia into what we are today, is becoming a less popular topic within the Republican Party.
A PEW Research Survey concludes that since 2009 the percentage of Republicans who believe in the theory of evolution has dropped a staggering 11 percent (from 54 percent in 2009 to only 43 percent in 2013).
Darwin Theory Of Evolution From Ape To A Man
Many people are now less inclined to believe that we all started as ape and evolved into what we are now. Why is this? The most obvious answer seems to be religion.
Whether because it is more probable or because it is more practical, the more logical answer to Republicans seems to be that we were all made as we are when the world was first created over 4.5 billion years ago. Another reason seems to be just plain common sense, as the theory of evolution has never been conclusively proven and does have a few holes in its basic concept.
Another reason seems to be just plain common sense, as the theory of evolution has never been conclusively proven and does have a few holes in its basic concept.
No matter what the reason, it seems that Republicans are quickly jumping off the “Evolutionist Theory” bandwagon and supporting something a little more concrete: that humans today are exactly the same as the humans that were made 4.5 billion years ago.
What do you believe?
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