Does the quest for sparing lives legitimize the method for utilizing religion to control as a part of a ceaseless battle of humanity, or does it bode well to take a stab at something new? Maybe kill religion for the sake of peace and movement of humankind.
Andya Primanda, an Indonesian Muslim scientist, has as of late been scrutinizing books and articles posted on the site which dismiss the hypothesis of advancement. Primanda, who has expressed that he puts stock in God – thus we accept that he has confidence in the creation – is most likely affected by the Darwinist doctrine that overwhelms the paleoanthropological world. He tenaciously contends for the hypothesis of development and states that he finds the reactions brought against advancement inaccurate.
Be that as it may, as we will see underneath, Primanda is mixed up in both his confidence in the hypothesis of advancement and his reactions against the individuals who call attention to the defects in transformative hypothesis.Primanda’s central conflict is against translations made concerning a skull discovered some time back in Chad that was given the name Sahelanthropus tchadensis.
In an article on the skull entitled “New Fossil Discovery Sinks Evolutionary Theories” as of late posted on the Harun Yahya site, we expressed that the seven-million-year-old Sahelanthropus tchadensis, in spite of its propelled age, was more “human like” contrasted with the class Australopithecus, which is more youthful and which has been exhibited as a primitive precursor of people. We composed that this confirmation would haul the developmental tree out by its underlying foundations.