They also believe their loving god will torture scientists and everyone else who isn't infected with god bullshit. The torture never ends.
These two moronic fantasies contradict each other.
Of course there are other problems with the eternal torture fantasy. For example it's impossible. Also dead people can't be tortured because they're fucking dead.
I'm going to use the rest of this post to save stuff:
Skeptics Annotated Bible
Christians, which Bible is the best, King James or is there a better Bible?
"The biggest lesson I have learned is to read the works of those with whom you disagree. God is not afraid of the data."
More stuff about ERVs.
The heaven fantasy was invented by cowards. The hell fantasy was invented by assholes.
"Do you believe in God and what is your opinion about evolution from an ape like ancestor?"
Only superstitious retards think the god fantasy is real or could be real.
This is not a belief and it's not an opinion. It's one of the strongest facts of science: We evolved from the same ancient apes the chimpanzees evolved from. Chimpanzees are still apes and humans are still apes. The evidence from numerous branches of science is overwhelming and growing every day.
Look it up FFS. Google "wikipedia evidence for evolution" unless of course you want to be a know-nothing moron the rest of your life. Nobody cares.
One more thing: The magic god fairy had absolutely nothing to do with it. Theistic evolution is bullshit. There is nothing theistic about any branch of science, especially not evolution. So keep your childish god fairy fantasy out of science. Supernatural magic is not science. It's bullshit for cowardly idiots.
This is from a Wall Street Journal:
‘The New Chimpanzee’ Review: Mysteries of the Chimpanzees
My own inclination, when considering chimpanzees or any other animal, is to follow the advice of the early-20th-century naturalist Henry Beston : “The animal shall not be measured by man. In a world older and more complete than ours they move finished and complete, gifted with extensions of the senses we have lost or never attained, living by voices we shall never hear. They are not brethren, they are not underlings; they are other nations, caught with ourselves in the net of life and time, fellow prisoners of the splendor and travail of the earth.”