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Mere generations ago, a man named Charles Darwin introduced his Theory of Evolution which permeates today's society. Its premise is that some groups of people are less evolved than others and, therefore, ...
Mere generations ago, a man named Charles Darwin introduced his Theory of Evolution which permeates today's society. Its premise is that some groups of people are less evolved than others and, therefore, inferior. As a result, millions have died when targeted by race, class or disability.
There are those who say that this same philosophy, that helped fuel Hitler's ovens, has crept into America's school system when no one was watching. Others contend that evolution, which was rooted in racist and class elitism and is today being taught, makes some of us superior and more "fit" to live on the planet. Are you fit enough? Is your family fit enough? Who survives? Who decides?
In America, are we one nation under God or one nation under Darwin? As two worldviews of race and class collide, it is time to decide what you believe regardless of your social status or the color of your skin.
This is a handbook for the quick and dirty facts about the racial elements, "scientific" hoaxes, anthropological oppression, and academic suppression that have swirled around Darwin's controversial theory of evolution. It is not the most comprehensive and academic study on the subject, but it is certainly worth the money, and I believe, important for those of high school or early college age who are Christians and know that they will meet hostility for their beliefs in the classroom. I would also recommend it to anyone who wants to know what the logical conclusions/ consequences of Darwin's theory are and have been. Reducing human beings to mere animals rather than God's special creation that He made in his image has led to eugenics, mass abortions, infanticide, and has inspired individuals like Marx, Hitler, and Stalin whose theories and government systems have contributed to the deaths of millions of innocent people. This is important stuff that everybody should be cognizant of. Whether you believe in Darwin's theory or not, we should all learn about the past consequences of it to protect posterity.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.