My initial reaction to this was ARE YOU FUCKING SERIOUS? Wallahi some times when I'm on SSpot I question myself if I'm amongst Somalis at all. But I will answer your question anyway. No because it contradicts the Quran and the fact that Allah created Adam from clay, in the physical form of a human being. Even most atheist dismiss this notion of mankind evolving from bacteria. This is the stupidest thing I've ever heard quite honestly.
I might accept certain things evolving because of adaptation. Like skin becoming tough due to harsh climates. But to tell me simpleton like bacteria evolved into complex human is something my mind cannot accept. Studying cancer fascinates me. How one tiny mini almost non significant particle/pathway going wrong can have disasterous consequences on the body. So I imagine the scale of things going wrong if left at the hands of entroy/random rearrangements >,,<
I'm curious to know (for those who are atheist) did you accept evolution first or left the religion first?
Simple, since evolution is without proof, it would require a lot of faith by an atheist to believe a bacteria evolved to form an intelligent human being.
Ignorance is when you allow yourself to believe in ideas written in a biology book without any real proof and base your entire existence on it.
You think scientists with PhD's publishing peer-reviewed studies are just making random shit up?
Seriously this kind of thinking is why the Islamic world is so damn backwards and will always be centuries behind the West.
It's not based on faith. It's based on biochemical evidence. The evolution happened gradually over 3 billion years. Every living organism can be mapped on say a tree based on its biochemical make up which allows us to trace our origins. Humans and chimps share 98.8% of their DNA. Of course there's no evidence for exactly how it all started but it is being worked on and the puzzle is being solved one step at a time.Simple, since evolution is without proof, it would require a lot of faith by an atheist to believe a bacteria evolved to form an intelligent human being.