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  • R.L. Wysong on Evolution

      Evolution requires plenty of faith; a faith in L-proteins that defy chance formation; a faith in the formation of DNA codes which, if generated spontaneously, would spell only pandemonium; a faith in a primitive environment that, in reality, would … Continue reading

  • E. Harrison on Evolution as a Religion

    Evolution is sometimes the key mythological element in a philosophy that functions as a virtual religion. E. Harrison, Origin and Evolution of the Universe. Encyclopaedia Britannica Macropaedia (1974) p1007.

  • Noah Webster on the Christian Religion

    In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children, under a free government, ought to be instructed. In this institution it is of more importance, as the pupils will be orphans, … Continue reading

  • Louis Trenchard More on the Study of Paleontology and Evolution

    “The more one studies paleontology, the more certain one becomes that evolution is based on faith alone … exactly the same sort of faith which it is necessary to have when one encounters the great mysteries of religion.” Louis Trenchard … Continue reading

  • John Adams on the Conduct of a Nation

    “Suppose a nation in some distant region should take the Bible for their only law book, and every member should regulate his conduct by the precepts there exhibited!  Every member would be obliged in conscience, to temperance, frugality, and industry; … Continue reading

  • Ernst Mayr on the Observations of an Evolutionist

    “Paleontologists had long been aware of a seeming contradiction between Darwin‘s postulate of gradualism, confirmed by the work of population genetics, and the actual findings of paleontology. Following phyletic lines through time seemed to reveal only minimal gradual changes but … Continue reading

  • Henry Liddon on the Guilt of Rejecting Christ

    The guilt of rejecting Christ cannot be fully appreciated until that day when He shall sit on His throne.  In judgment Christ will draw a sharp, trenchant line of eternal separation through the dense throng of all the assemblies, races … Continue reading

  • ABC News on the Term ‘Race’ – Part 2

    We accept the idea of race because it’s a convenient way of putting people into broad categories, frequently to suppress them, the two say.  The most hideous example was provided by Hitler’s Germany.  And racial prejudice remains common throughout the … Continue reading

  • ABC News on the Term ‘Race’

    More and more scientists find that the differences that set us apart are cultural, not racial.  Some even say that the word race should be abandoned because it’s meaningless…In an article in the summer issue of the Journal of Counseling … Continue reading

  • Philip J. Currie on Modern Appearing Dinosaur Bones

    Dinosaur bones are not always permineralized, however.  In Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, dinosaur bones were sometimes encased in ironstone nodules shortly after they were buried 75 million years ago.  The nodules prevented water from invading the bones, which for … Continue reading

  • Philip J. Currie on Fossilization

    Bones do not have to be “turned into stone” to be fossils, and usually most of the original bone is still present in a dinosaur fossil… Fossilization is a process that can take anything from a few hours to millions … Continue reading

  • Martin Luther on Idolatry

    The best religion, the most fervent devotion without Christ is plain idolatry.  It has been considered a holy act when the monks in their cells meditate upon God and His works, and in a religious frenzy kneel down to pray … Continue reading

  • Dr. Marc Kirschner on Biology and Evolution

    In fact, over the last 100 years, almost all of biology has proceeded independent of evolution, except evolutionary biology itself. Molecular biology, biochemistry, physiology, have not taken evolution into account at all. Kirschner, Marc. Boston Globe, Oct. 23, 2005. Dr Marc … Continue reading

  • Ian Thompson on Evolution and the Holocaust

    Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, with its brutally materialist account of nature as bleak survivalism, was made to serve as justification for the extermination of Namibian tribes and, later, for Hitler’s biological anti-Semitism. Ian Thompson, review of The Kaiser’s Holocaust: Germany’s Forgotten Genocide … Continue reading

  • W. Bölsche on German Rejection of Darwin’s Book

    Darwin’s ominous book [Origin of Species] had been available in Bronn’s translation for two years. The German professional zoologists, botanists and geologists almost all regarded it [Darwin’s theory] as absolute nonsense. Agassiz, Geibel, Keferstein, and so many others, laughed until … Continue reading

  • Thomas Jefferson on Relying on God

    I shall need, too, the favor of that Being in whose hands we are, who led our fathers, as Israel of old, from their native land and planted them in a country flowing with all the necessaries and comforts of … Continue reading

  • Bernard Wood on Human Evolution

    There is a popular image of human evolution that you’ll find all over the place … On the left of the picture there’s an ape … On the right, a man … Between the two is a succession of figures … Continue reading

  • George Young on the Preciousness of Jesus

    Jesus is precious — exceedingly precious — whether we are living or dying. George Young 1777-1848, NOTE – As George Young lay dying of influenza at age 71, it was recorded that these were his last words.

  • G.A. Kerkut on Faith in Biogenesis

    It is therefore a matter of faith on the part of the biologist that biogenesis did occur and he can choose whatever method of biogenesis happens to suit him personally; the evidence of what did happen is not available. G.A. … Continue reading

  • Colin Patterson on Deity of Darwin

    … post-Darwinian biology is being carried out by people whose faith is in, almost, the deity of Darwin. Patterson, Colin, The Listener (Senior paleontologist at the British Museum of Natural History, London.)

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