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Handcuffed by Evolutionary Indoctrination

Darwin's disciples have done an excellent job in promoting their materialistic viewpoint, with the conflation of evolution with science as one of their main tools. This provides these owlhoots with an emotional manipulation tool, since people do not want to be seen as "science deniers" when they reject minerals-to-misotheist evolution.

The propaganda is everywhere we turn, whether textbooks, television documentaries, entertainment... A scene in the 1977 movie High Anxiety has Dr. Richard H. Thorndyke (Mel Brooks) giving a lecture and saying, "...that each patient is a supreme individual endowed with those qualities that distinguish the human being from the slime from which he emerged". Even Bugs Bunny used it when he was told to start at the beginning: "...in the beginning, there was no life. The earth was forming..." To appear intelligent and sciencey, add evolution. Just keep your eyes and ears open and you'll see what I mean.


People are handcuffed by evolutionary propaganda and indoctrination
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Bible-believing Christians go to church on Sunday and sometimes midweek, read the Scriptures, talk to God, and so on. With the constant bombardment of secularism and evolutionism, how is someone supposed to hold to biblical truths about creation and theology? Let's face it, many Christians do not put much effort into meeting challenges, or nominal Christian parents do not provide sufficient information to their children, which contributes to their minds being enslaved by secularists.

Nathan van Ree professed to be a Christian, but significant areas of his life were lacking. The bombardment of Darwinism at the foundation of the faith helped accelerate his doubts, but strangely, he was not taken in by the hollow arguments of Sam Harris and his ilk. Nathan was not going to float downstream with the rest of the deadwood, and started investigating. Biblical creation science materials are rare in Christian bookstores, and mighty scarce in secular bookstores. (Fortunately, we have a wealth of material online and through special order.) Nathan was able to learn the truth. Children are not so fortunate, being in church for a couple of hours a week, but at the mercy of government-run indoctrination centers many hours a week for several years. We must be proactive!
Around the beginning of 2015 there was trouble looming in my life. I realised my desire to attend church was completely missing. Perhaps even worse, late in the evenings, discussions between me and my wife often arose about the whole issue of faith. It all seemed to boil down to the question of whether what we heard every Sunday was all true and was written in our Bibles. In fact, the problems started a few years earlier, partly because of a particular Bible translation in Dutch that we had started reading after dinner. It had never occurred to me so much before, but this new translation told things in a plain, understandable way and it hit me—entire peoples being slaughtered, that sort of thing. I couldn’t help feeling that what we were reading wasn’t right. Mind you, we hadn’t reached the New Testament yet. As we continued reading through the Bible, I would get angry occasionally, and pouring out my frustrations on my wife wasn’t, of course, very helpful.
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