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One’s beliefs necessarily determine one’s behavior. Benjamin Franklin clearly understood this fact when he told Thomas Paine that atheism and agnosticism leads only to social anarchy: “If men are so wicked with religion, what would they be if without it.” Paine, who consulted Franklin concerning political matters, had requested Franklin to review his Age of Reason before it was published. Franklin understood that left to determine his own morality, man only and always falls into personal and collective anarchy. Examples of this fact may be drawn from early America...Read more... Read more... -->
February 12, annually Darwin Day Darwin Day was instituted by the admirers of Charles Darwin as a memorial of Darwin’s birth, February 12, 1809, and a celebration of his efforts in science. The work which has most characterized the life of Darwin was his book, Origin of Species, published in 1859. Since Darwin’s death on April 19, 1882 at the age of 73, sporadic efforts have been made to remember Darwin’s efforts. Such attempts to remember Darwin by his admirers are enthusiastic endeavors to ensure that their nonscientific theory of evolution continue to enjoy support by...Read more... Read more... -->
February 12 Darwin Day For many evolutionists, February 12 is an annual celebration of the birth of Charles Darwin. Despite the fact that Darwinian evolution is devoid of scientific support, it has foisted itself upon the world with tragic consequences. Can a True American Be a True Darwinist In 1859, Charles Darwin published his Origin of Species—which completely failed to live up to its title. Darwinism taught that “tooth and talon” were the instruments of securing superiority or ensuring “survival of the fittest.” Every discipline of study—including theological...Read more... Read more... -->
Before America decides to wed atheism and irreligion, it should check up on the character of its suitor and ask, “Where’s the beef?” Atheism, agnosticism, and every form of irreligion have been on the rise in American culture for several decades as the principles and practices of Christianity appear to be losing their appeal on the populace. Atheists demand the removal of America’s national motto, “In God We Trust,” from all currency, the elimination of religious symbols from all public property, and much, much more. Historical facts demonstrate that...Read more... Read more... -->