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Posted January 29, 2001
First Marx fell, next is Darwin
This, the latest of Johnson's books on how and why Darwinism is wedded to naturalism, focuses on the wedge movement. The wedge movement is designed to crack the seemingly impenetrable wall Darwinists have set up to shield their theory of origins from scrutiny by outsiders. Johnson's main goal is to allow critics a seat at the academic table, and once that occurs he feels confident that the critics will prevail. As in a court case, if you have the facts on your side, in order to prevail one must get a hearing. Once the jury hears both sides, they will rule on the side of the facts. For this reason the evolution establishment is currently trying desperately to keep the critics of Darwinism from presenting their case. Experience has shown that they will use any tactic they can, ethical or unethical, to keep critics out of serious discussions of biological origins, but Johnson argues they are eventually bound to fail. No matter what your views are about this topic, this book is must reading for all interested persons. Now that our new president and many of his cabinet are open creationists, this book is especially timely.
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