Objection, Your Honor. The witness has just committed the Either/Or Fallacy (closely related to the better-known False Dilemma): you suggest that there are only two possibilities available to explain the beginning of life as we know it. You assume that disproving evolution will vindicate creationism.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by 6days:
There is no point in providing you with evidence of creation when you hold evolution so dear to your heart. The first step is to show the problems with evolutionary theories. </font>
Someday, someone may disprove evolution. The beauty of it is that we admit we don't have all the answers, but this is the theory available evidence supports. But let's just assume, for a moment, that you (HAHAHAHAHAHA! Oh...sorry) manage to disprove evolution.
Doing so wouldn't take a single step toward proving creationism.
If you don't understand what I'm getting at, remedial lessons in logic are available upon request.