Darwinism is a theory of biological evolution developed by Charles Darwin and others, stating that all species of organisms arise and develop through the natural selection of small, inherited variations that increase the individual’s ability to compete, survive, and reproduce. Some types of evidence, such as fossils and similarities between related living organisms, were used by Darwin to develop his theory of natural selection, and are still used today. Others, such as DNA testing, were not available in Darwin’s time, but are used by scientists today to learn more about evolution. (google.com)
First, I would like to note that the theory of evolution answers the following question: “assuming we are animals, how did we get to become humans?” but it does not answer: “assuming we are NOT animals, what do these similarities that we have with each other mean?”. The theory attempts to use this similarity to discredit the validity of the second question. “Assuming we are animals” is the thread that holds this theory together—and in doing so, it attempts to use it as the proof when it was the assumption. MEANING: we are not necessarily animals because we are similar. But this theory assumes it is. THE THEORY PROVES ONE THING: THAT WE ARE SIMILAR—THE THEORY DOES NOT PROVE THAT OUR SIMILARITY MEANS THAT WE ARE ANIMALS. What else could it mean that we are similar? Similarities connect us with each other and they help us understand each other better. Is understanding a thing void of god and only produced by animals? Caring about animals is a human duty that separates us from animals. It is not an evolution based duty (competition is). In a sexist, racist, unjust world: evolution seems to explain that behavior due to the lack of logic that is necessary for these three to exist. Yet, the logic is there and it requires caring and not competition. It is NOT true that competition is necessary for survival. No: competition is necessary for the lack of survival. It is when survival is hard (going against) that we compete. We compete for that which we do not have. We compete TO survive FOR the current lack of ability to survive—which results in the lack of ability to survive. It is a circle that keeps going.
The theory of evolution says that the environment changes on its own and that this is part of evolution where we must adapt to the heat if we want to live. It also says that when animals are endangered, it is just part of natural selection and we should not care. This is against what scientists seem to say—and it is against believing in god who holds us responsible for our actions. The theory of evolution is a sexist theory that says that we became humans from monkeys because females were reproducing for a life—where they spent their lives giving offsprings for the better. It is dismissive of all females and places a female dog to be the equal to a female human in purpose. According to that theory: it was due to over-reproduction that competition happened and that this is not bad (although imagine the stress of it on the females) but it is the reason why we are better. And if one was to argue that competition is bad/the problem, then the best female (or the female with the better genes) is the one that dies early and does not reproduce (lowers competition)—and if she was to live, then she is there to better us in being over-mated. Darwin had ten children by the way—or according to him: he had a litter of children.