Darwin Day, Evolution Weekend – did anyone notice?
|February 12, 2012||Posted by News under Culture, Darwinism, News|
From the Darwin lobby
DARWIN DAY IS NEARLY HERE
It’s time to dust off your Darwin costume again: Darwin Day 2012 is practically here! Colleges and universities, schools, libraries, museums, churches, civic groups, and just plain folks across the country — and the world — are preparing to celebrate Darwin Day, on
or around February 12, in honor of the life and work of Charles Darwin. These events provide a marvelous opportunity not only to celebrate Darwin’s birthday but also to engage in public outreach about science, evolution, and the importance of evolution education – which is especially needed with assaults on evolution education currently ongoing in …
And with Darwin Day comes the return of Evolution Weekend! Hundreds of congregations all over the country and around the world are taking part in Evolution Weekend, February 10-12, 2012, by presenting sermons and discussion groups on the compatibility of faith and science.
If that’s so, how come 78% of all evolutionary biologists (mostly Darwinists, of course) are strict believers in “no God and no free will”?
So is the Darwin lobby saying that evolutionary biology is okay; it’s Darwinism that’s the problem? If so, then why is Evolution Weekend associated with Darwin Day?
The good thing about the Darwin lobby is, they make it easy for people who don’t want to be fooled to just walk away.
Real churches are about the ways in which we are not like animals, not the ways in which we are.
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