The semantics behind the word evolution has changed so much that it has become a fire sale word:
Someone in IT may say:
Computers evolve; no they are developed or designed or technological advancements were made.
A musician may say:
My music has evolved over the years; no it has matured.
In most cases there are hundreds of words that better describe something than the word evolution and that is where I relate it to a fire sale as that single word cheapens language.
I have excluded the word evolution from my vocabulary and use it only to address the word itself or the concepts of biological, chemical, stellar, macro evolution etc. (I do not believe in any of the aforementioned evolutions)
I dont think anyone who believes in a Creator God, intelligent designer, or simply enjoys the English language should make use of the word evolution in everyday life.
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