Thoughts of John

What is on my mind.

Darwin Day

It is a very sad day when we have a “Darwin Day” celebration. If there is a “Darwin Day” celebration I think there should be a day that celebrating the creation of the world through intelligent design be allowed in schools as well.  Why not let the top Intelligent Design scientists explain there point of view. Is that not what science is all about.  The ability to prove a theory through deductive reasoning.   Read the following article written by Sharon Hughes (http://www.christiannewstoday.com/Christian_News_Report_181.html)

Sponsored by the Institute for Humanist Studies , their website encourages that Darwin Day be celebrated in many different ways: “civic ceremonies with official proclamations, educational symposia, birthday parties, art shows, book discussions, lobby days, games, protests, and dinner parties. Organizers may include: academic societies, science organizations, free thought groups, religious congregations, libraries, museums, galleries, teachers and students, families and friends.”

Since Charles Darwin was both the ‘father’ of evolution and an an atheist a brief look at a few of the views of today’s atheist evolutionists reveals some of the ‘fruit’ of his theory:

Richard Dawkins, a devotee of Charles Darwin, said that everyone believed in evolution except “the ignorant, stupid or wicked.”
 
There are some atheists who believe in ‘intelligent design,’ but not by a Creator. They Francis Crick, Nobel Prize winner and one of the discoverers of the structure of DNA, the genetic blueprint for life, believes that life forms were sent to earth in a space ship by a dying civilization. As a matter of fact, both discoverers of the DNA, Watson and Crick, are outspoken atheists.

But not only atheist advocates of evolution are promoting the theory of evolution, the mainstream media is as well, such as when MSNBC did an entire series on where the human species is headed in “Human Evolution at the Crossroads,” discussing such ideas as Darwin believed that there is no ultimate meaning in life. I guess that makes sense if you also believe your uncle was a monkey.

Related:
International Society for Complexity, Information and Design
Origins
The Racist Roots of Evolution

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February 19, 2008 - Posted by | Christian, culture | , , , , ,

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