Don't ask Marco Rubio how old the Earth is

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  1. Oldtimer

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    That's right. Trust the "scientists." Don't question Darwinism.
     
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    Those evil Bible trusting Republicans,,,geeee
     
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    He should have cited Article VI paragraph three of the Constitution.
     
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    The age of the earth has little to do with evolution. FYI, there were plenty of fundamentalists (or fundamentalist heroes) such as Charles Spurgeon, BB Warfield, and John R Rice who believed in an old earth.
     
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    Rubio is a possible future national ticket member, and the purpose of the question was to damage him. Under those circumstances, the answered the question correctly unlike the two recent disasters in Missouri and Indiana. The age of the universe has nothing to do with running our nation.

    Personally, I think the age is under 10,000 years. That is a guess, as we do not know when the Lord created the start of time during the six day Creation.
     

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