Restating the fact in dignified language?

Darwin - He who believes in separate and innumerable acts of creation

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  1. “He who believes … will say, … but this seems to me…”

    I can’t imagine what meaning you get out of the words, but my interpretation goes something like this.

    “If you are foolish enough to believe in a creator you could describe evolution in those terms but I wouldn’t.”

    But the long and short of it is that words can be interpreted and religions are transmitted through words and they inevitably mean different things to different people, sects, etc. I can see that if people nominally of the same religion believe different things, then they are not of the same religion.

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