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Evolution's Fatal Fruit based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Tom DeRosa has performed a great service for the world by directly connecting the dots between Charles Darwin and his pernicious and false theory of evolution and the slaughter of untold millions, including the victims of Adolf Hitler. For many that consider evolution to be a harmless alternative perspective on the beginning of the world, this book will shame them into reality. DeRosa gently reveals the intimate details that fostered euthanasia, mass abortions including even live babies, Nazi Germany's acceptance and perpetration of the annihilation of inferior races (while there is scientifically in truth only one race and that human,) as well as the destruction of human dignity over the past century and more to the very present generations. Some comfort is derived from the documentation of evil pouring forth from a theory concocted by a man who never came to grips with science or the reality of God. Sadly, Darwin has gone to his reward while Adolph and multiplied millions follow in his footsteps. Mr. DeRosa, your worthy scholarship is sorely needed by a world gone ignorant. TL Farley, author, When Now Becomes Too Late
Tom DeRosa shows his stripes as a rapid anti-evolutionist in this tract which is neither a credible biography of Charles Darwin nor an objective and complete exploration of the social consequences of Darwinism and evolutionary theory. These topics deserve much better than DeRosa's treatment here. I consent that some of the social theories contrived by non-scientists loosely based on Darwinian notions in the 19th and 20th centuries were specious and even racist. HOWEVER, it must be noted that these theories served only to reinforce beliefs and attitudes already present. To blame Darwinism for the Holocaust is ludicrous - the vast majority of those Nazis who murdered millions were Christians, not atheists. Christian pogroms against Jews and others started way before there was a Charles Darwin. Of course not all Christians felt 'or feel' this way but racism and hatred know no religious bounds. One need only read the history of the crusades to see the effect of religion-inspired hostility towards those who believe differently. DeRosa implies that fallacious racial theories started with Charle's Darwin which it did not - The divisions of humanity given in Genesis and its later interpretations did enough to create and fuel racist notions AGAIN way before Darwin. DeRosa briefly mentions the work of Luigi Cavalli-Sforza concerning race but carefully avoids Cavalli-Sforza's positive conclusions on human evolution. Much of DeRosa's text concerns the misapplied concepts of human race and its biological reality. Granted, biological race remains a controversial topic, but it you want to learn about it I'd recommend starting with a biological anthropology text. If you, the potential reader, are already 'convinced' that evolution is false and that Darwin was a great deluder of humankind, then this book will 'preach to your choir.' If, on the other hand, you are looking for a more thorough and objective treatment of the subject, there is plenty out there that do the subject justice. However, be prepared to read more pages that the paltry 190 that DeRosa devotes to it.