Thursday, September 13, 2007

Endangered & Extinct Species

Endangered & Extinct Species - Have you ever wondered what the big deal is from an evolutionist perspective?

Suppose that either man came from the monkey or that man and monkey came from a common ancestor, what's the big deal from the evolutionist perspective if a species becomes extinct? Wouldn't that just prove they were not the fittest? And why would a more fit species be concerned about the endangerment or extinction of a less fit species since survival belongs only to the more fit anyway?

Can man apart from absolute truth principles even determine whether the preservation or extinction of a species either hinders or advances life and/or experience?

Is it not the instinctive knowledge given to us by the creator that man should care for creation that ultimate drives and guides us?

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