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The Errors of the NAS - A Reply to the National Academy of Sciences Booklet, Sci


The Errors of the NAS - A Reply to the National Academy of Sciences Booklet, Sci

In 1999, the US National Academy of Sciences published a booklet called Science and Creationism: A View from the National Academy of Sciences. The aim of this booklet was to respond to the creation/evolution debate by bringing together "the most important proofs" of evolution. The advertising campaign set in motion around this booklet was such that anyone seeing it might well imagine that it was full of evidence for the theory of evolution and had put a definitive end to all discussion of the validity of the theory. However, those who expected to find such evidence in it were sadly disappointed. The booklet avoids all problems: It makes not a single mention of the Cambrian Period, a major blow to the theory of evolution in terms of paleontology. Neither does it discuss such matters as the origin of life or human consciousness. Despite having been refuted time and again by scientific findings, evolutionists' classic claims were simply repeated in a superficial manner, with no evidence offered to support them. With this new work, we wish to demonstrate how it is that the members of the US National Academy of Sciences, one of the world's most eminent pro-Darwinist institutions, came to be unable to see the most obvious truths and to misinterpret the evidence and knowingly support a myth because of their passionate devotion to Darwinism and its underlying philosophy, materialism. Those who read this book with an objective eye will once again see the truth: The theory of evolution is being supported with a blind and totally dogmatic determination, and all the evidence points to intelligent design, i.e. Creation.

  • ISBN: 9781370906437
  • Author: Global Publishing
  • Published: 2018-03-04 21:35:07
  • Words: 59694
The Errors of the NAS - A Reply to the National Academy of Sciences Booklet, Sci The Errors of the NAS - A Reply to the National Academy of Sciences Booklet, Sci