MANY scientists and theologians have made the argument that Christianity is not at odds with the scientific world view. It is true that many portions of the Bible (for example, the Ten Commandments) do not make empirical claims and hence have no conflict with science, a field which concerns itself solely with those questions that are (at least in principle) of a testable nature.What’s more, in those sections of the Bible that do make empirical claims about the way things were or will be, if one is willing to apply a sufficiently metaphorical interpretation to the text then whenever science and Christianity appear to contradict each other we can simply loosen or relax the religious interpretation until the disagreement disappears.
A new analysis of those bones concludes that the mastodon was butchered by humans.
In this belief system the value of human life is discounted and the value of animal life is inflated.
Hitler and others have justified their evil actions based on evolutionary thinking ("survival of the fittest").
While there, he worked under Robert Grant studying marine invertebrates.
He did not handle the sight of blood and suffering well, so he abandoned medicine and aimed at ministry instead.