Creation Belief = Bad Commencement Speaker

"What worried me the most was the fact that he said if you do accept evolution that you’re somehow ethically lacking."

First, I don’t know if Dr. Carson actually said that, but, theoretically, if materialistic evolution (no God) is right, there is no real foundation for ethics. That doesn’t mean atheists are less ethical, but with no "absolute moral authority," who really decides what is wrong or right? If it is society, we've seen over and over how well that works…and it is no better when left in the hands of "enlightened" leaders.

Regardless, is it a new litmus test for non-controversial college commencement speakers that they can’t believe in creation?:

“Dr. Ben Carson’s Beliefs On Evolution Stir Controversy At Emory University”

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Alan is an ordinary guy, living in a small, high plains Colorado town...and humbled to be a minister of God...

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