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Is your church having a 'Cinderella Sunday'
Posted By Bob Unruh On 02/10/2012 @ 8:08 pm In Education,Faith,Front Page,U.S. | No Comments
The author of a new book that shows how America is buying into Adolf Hitler’s belief system that there are human beings who actually are less than human is telling churches that are celebrating “Evolution Weekend” to go the rest of the way and also have a “Cinderella Sunday.”
“The only thing scientific about the theory of evolution is that it is science fiction,” said Ray Comfort, author of the new “Hitler, God, and the Bible.”
He was citing the Evolution Weekend event, in which churches advocate for the theory of evolution.
Its organizers explain religion and science simply “look at the natural world from quite different perspectives and ask, and answer, different questions.”
“Religious people from many diverse faith traditions and locations around the world understand that evolution is quite simply sound science; and for them, it does not in any way threaten, demean, or diminish their faith in God. In fact, for many, the wonders of science often enhance and deepen their awe and gratitude towards God,” the organization states. “Indeed, the world’s various faith traditions routinely find themselves in harmony with the tenets of modern science, including evolution.”
The “Christian Clergy Letter” posted on the organization’s website says, “We believe that the theory of evolution is a foundational scientific truth, one that has stood up to rigorous scrutiny and upon which much of human knowledge and achievement rests. To reject this truth or to treat it as ‘one theory among others’ is to deliberately embrace scientific ignorance and transmit such ignorance to our children. We believe that among God’s good gifts are human minds capable of critical thought and that the failure to fully employ this gift is a rejection of the will of our Creator. To argue that God’s loving plan of salvation for humanity precludes the full employment of the God-given faculty of reason is to attempt to limit God, an act of hubris.”
Comfort notes that there are a few holes in the theory, and that perhaps “churches that are celebrating ‘Evolution Sunday’ this weekend … consider having other fairytale celebrations.”
He said when believers of evolution are pressed for evidence, “They can’t find any except bacteria ‘evolving’ into bacteria, and other ‘evidence’ that has to be received by blind faith.”
“All you have to do is ask them about the First Cause, where male and female came from, whether the first fish that came up out of the water (they believe we came from the oceans) had lungs or gills, and you will begin to get blank looks,” Comfort said.
He explains that Adolf Hitler was a “willing student” of evolution as envisioned by Darwin and actually put his beliefs into practice in what was called the “final solution.”
“The most famous of mass murderers said, ‘If nature does not wish that weaker individuals should mate with the stronger, she wishes even less that a superior race should intermingle with an inferior one; because in such a case all her efforts, throughout hundreds of thousands of years, to establish an evolutionary higher stage of being, may thus be rendered futile.”
“The institutions that embrace the theory of evolution need to come out of the closet and stop pretending to be Christian. Either we believe Jesus when He said, ‘In the beginning God created male and female’ or we don’t. Biblical truth and the fairytale of evolution are incompatible,” Comfort said.
Comfort explains that the attitude held by Hitler, that some people were less than human, is the same one adopted in the United States to support the massive abortion industry.
In the documentary, he takes his video camera to the streets and asks what people knew about the infamous German tyrant and mass murderer. He returned shocked – with footage of 14 people (mainly university students) who didn’t have a clue as to who Hitler was. When he posted the movie on the Internet, it received 2.1 million views in just over three months. Since then, hundreds of thousands of copies have been both sold and given away.
He said most who believe in evolution have no idea that the Nazi Holocaust had its roots in Darwin’s concept of “survival of the fittest.”
“In recent years biologists have deliberately distanced themselves from that phrase and instead used ‘natural selection,’ because ‘survival of the fittest’ is easily linked to Hitler’s killing of the weak and letting the strongest survive. Atheism almost always embraces Darwinian evolution, which would have people believe that they are merely animals, and that there are no moral absolutes. I have been going to universities and challenging students to convince me that evolution has a scientific basis. No one can offer any proof, because Darwin’s evolution is scientifically baseless. All they have are theories that have to be received in blind faith,” he said.
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