A Psychopathic Poet, The Devil's Bastard Son. (curefreak) wrote in thequestionclub,
So I had this interesting discussion with a "very religious" person and I was surprised that we found common ground on the issue of "creationalism" and "evolution". I myself am not religious per se, I guess I am more agnostic, aka backing my odds both ways in case there is a higher power or powers *lol*. Seriously, I do think there are powers or forces, be they God or what have you, but I also strongly believe in evolution. Anyway he and I both agreed that creationalism and evolution are, in our opinions, not necessarily mutually exclusive.

Edit: "Creationalism" is the same as "creationism", just 3 years at Catholic school, where mentioning "creationism" was banned, we found a way around it and the term stuck and became part of my personal vernacular, sorry for any misunderstanding.

Based on this I give you this poll:

Poll #1894839
Open to: All, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 74

Do you think the creationalism view is also compatible with an evolutionary view of species?

View Answers
Absolutely yes
6 (8.5%)
Probably yes
11 (15.5%)
Possibly yes
9 (12.7%)
Undecided
1 (1.4%)
Absolutely not
27 (38.0%)
Probably not
16 (22.5%)
Possibly not
0 (0.0%)
I am waiting to evolve enough to know what the heck you are asking curefreak
1 (1.4%)

Which of the previous answers do you think will get the most votes?

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Absolutely yes
0 (0.0%)
Probably yes
3 (4.3%)
Possibly yes
9 (13.0%)
Undecided
11 (15.9%)
Absolutely not
24 (34.8%)
Probably not
17 (24.6%)
Possibly not
3 (4.3%)
I am waiting to evolve enough to know what the heck you are asking curefreak
2 (2.9%)
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