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Evolution Is Stupid! EXPANDED VERSION NOW AVAILABLE!

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Yes God Exists

NEW EXPANDED EDITION includes an additional 73 pages of feedback and discussion packed with information pertinent to the question of why the theory of Evolution is not scientific and not supported by real science.

Here is an article about the book and its author that appeared in the Cody, Wyoming Enterprise.

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Released in December 2013

Yes God Exists

Atheism is neither logical nor rational and is certainly not an intelligent choice. It's a bankrupt belief, and yes, it's a form of religion too, and devoid of hope or any basis for morality. Its adherents have been duped into "imagining" that there's no God, no Heaven, no Hell. This book is about putting imagination behind and facing reality - before it's too late.

On the lighter side, the book includes the Atheist Psychological Exam, Atheist Anti-Hypocrite Code, and a "Merry Solstice" greeting!

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Some Online Articles by John Verderame

  • Significant Nothings addresses the question of extraterrestrial life and why our "place in the universe" isn't what really matters.
  • Why Should We Listen to You? asks the question: If you're an "expert" who considers the Earth and humanity unimportant, then why is anything YOU have to say important?
  • The 'Evidence' for a Biblical Worldview addresses the fact that rarely will someone be convinced by "evidence" because we all have biases in our own interpretations of the evidence.

THINK About It!

B. Franklin, Printer
(Like the Cover of an Old Book
Its Contents torn Out
And Stript of its Lettering and Gilding)
Lies Here, Food for Worms.
But the Work shall not be Lost;
For it will (as he Believ'd) Appear once More
In a New and More Elegant Edition
Revised and Corrected
By the Author.

{The epitaph of Benjamin Franklin, just one more of those individuals who didn't really accomplish much because he believed in God.}
While it may be true that many scientists past and present believe(d) in God, scientists don't have a corner on the intelligence market by any means. Are there no intelligent people in other professions who also believe? Of course there are, so let's hear from you!
Many people complain that religions are just out for money. Has anyone complained about all the money some Atheists are making off something they claim doesn't even exist? Many of the major Atheist websites have a "donate" button. I can't help but ask myself exactly what the donor is getting for his or her money! If you want, I'll be happy to tell you you're a nobody whose life is without any real purpose, and I'll do it for free!
God-haters insinuate that if we did away with "religion," wars, strife and destruction would cease. Not only is that naive, it is a blatant denial of fact, history, and truth. More people have been killed and more destruction has been wrought in the last century by political enemies, regimes like Nazism that were fueled by the Evolution myth, and Atheistic governments that tried to eradicate God from their societies, than in all the religious wars from the beginning of history. You've heard that "guns don't kill, people do?" Well, "religion" doesn't kill either. Atheists just haven't come to grips with where the REAL problem lies. Time to get the mirror out.

News and Views

Time Change = Climate Change Hypocrisy

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists has moved their "Doomsday Clock," an indicator of how close humankind is to global catastrophe, two minutes closer to "midnight." And it's all because of climate change (yawn) and nuclear weapons.

Folks, we have only three Doomsday Clock minutes to grab for the gusto, eat drink and be merry and live life to the fullest, though I'm sure Super Bowl Fans are more concerned about other countdowns and potential catastrophes at this time.

Why hypocrisy? Because with hardly a shadow of doubt those same scientists who are groaning about climate change and how humanity faces extinction would assure us that the VERY REASON WE'RE HERE is because of global catastrophes and extinctions that allowed humans and other living things a "niche" where we could develop.

So what's the big deal then? Aren't we just watching evolution in action here? Survival of the fittest? Natural selection? Maybe a good dose of nuclear radiation will help evolution make some newer, faster, stronger critters! Maybe at "midnight" we'll all turn into pumpkins and evolve from there!

C'mon guys, get on the boat! Oh... maybe that's not the best metaphor to use, eh?

130K Pages of UFO Materials Released

Alien huggers are all abuzz about the release of 130,000 pages of Air Force documents about UFO sightings from 1947 - 1969. The documents are supposedly posted on a website called The Black Vault.

According to the Air Force, in that 22 year interval, over 12,000 sightings were recorded, of which 701 have not been fully explained. In case you don't have a calculator, that comes out to about 5.9 percent. Over a period of 22 years, that's about 32 cases per year that are unexplained.

Now, according to at least one website, there are about 70,000 UFO sightings worldwide each year. So using the figure above, on average about 0.046 percent of them are unexplained.

Naturally, that's enough to satisfy even the most conservative UFOnik that they're real, there's something out there, and the government is hiding information from us.

More interesting, however, are the comments after the article I read. The very first one attacked - get this - not Buddhism, or Islam, or Taoism, but - are you ready for the shock? Christianity! Doesn't that surprise you?

However, in all fairness, after singling out Christianity, knowing their head would not be cut off for doing so, according to the attacker a discovery of life in outer space would destroy every religion but Scientism, though they didn't have too kind words for that one either. But the next post came to the rescue and said they were wrong, because "maybe" Eve didn't take the apple on another planet.

Sigh... The Bible says "the whole creation" is under a curse now because of sin. That includes Alien Eve, who, given the same set of circumstances that Earth Eve found in the Garden of Eden, would have done the same thing, namely, chosen to believe she could be LIKE God, rather than accepting that she was not. It's the same reason Satan, one of those "alien" beings the Bible calls angels and demons, fell into sin (rebellion against God) too. It also explains why people are looking for a savior other than Jesus from "out there." Maybe if we just find an alien civilization it will mean we're not really going to be judged by God after all and can do what we please without consequences. We've filled the foxholes on Earth trying to hide from God, now it's time to look for them elsewhere.

$$$$$$$ Akbar! Money: The USA's Great Satan!

Duke Reverses Plan to Sound Muslim Call to Prayer From Chapel Bell Tower

Duke University was about to begin permitting Muslim students to chant the "call to prayer" over a loudspeaker, and when Franklin Graham and others protested and URGED DONORS TO WITHHOLD SUPPORT, suddenly the school found a reason to, well, maybe not allow the Muslim students to do that. While I find Graham's actions commendable and really respect him as one who stands for Truth and against the lies coming at our society in tidal waves, on the other hand it appears that Duke, a school founded on Christian principles, may have capitulated to fear of another god: The Almighty Dollar.t

When it comes to the philosophy that "money talks," this country can really be sickening. Too often it seems that's the bottom line, not whether something is right, or moral, or good for individuals and society, but in the end, it always seems to come down to money. Are we really so STUPID that we can't see a threat here?

If you don't USE your head, you are going to LOSE your head. Laugh now. Pray (in dhimmitude) or pay (in death) later. This is not about peace and "diversity." It's about gradual SUBJUGATION and SUBMISSION.

FOOLS! Go ahead and sit back and DO NOTHING because it's not biting YOUR derriere yet. It will do so soon enough.

No, I do not hate Muslims. But if you're Muslim and you're out there reading this, and you do not come to Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins, you are going to Hell, not Paradise. Muhammad is not going to help you get to Paradise. He cannot forgive the sins you've committed against God. Only the Savior Christ can do that.

The National Center for Evodelusion Indoctrination

Dear Readers,

I recently became aware that the mis-named "National Center for Science Education," whose former director, Eugenie Scott, is well-known in Creationist circles, and whose stated goal is to "keep evolution and climate science in public school science education," has a "Religion" link (and, ahem, a "Donate" link too, but we won't go there). That link brings one to a discussion about "Science and Religion" beneath which is a link to something called The Clergy Letter Project

Being the inquiring sort that I am, and knowing that the NCSE's unstated goal is to bury Creationism, I wrote the NCSE with a few questions about that item, and received an immediate response to the effect that "that's not our baby, you'll have to contact the originators of that Project directly." I responded that I was a bit confused as the NCSE was both utilizing and endorsing the project, but ok, I'll contact the originator of the letter directly, which I did.

You should go to the letter link and read it. The questions I submitted follow. I assured them that I was a serious inquirer, and asked them if I could either share their responses or if they would post them on their website. IF they respond to me, I will let you know. My questions:

  1. Why do you feel a need for this sort of outreach?
  2. Would you agree that within the community of Evolution believers there are also numerous areas of dispute and disagreement?
  3. What parts of the Bible should be taken literally?
  4. What is the "proper relationship between Creator (and it appears here that you do accept a Creator?) and creation?"
  5. What "timeless truths" do the stories of Adam and Eve and Noah convey?
  6. What do you intend by the phrase "transform hearts?"
  7. Can you name some human achievements that would not have been possible without a belief in Evolution?
  8. If the God-given human mind examines Evolution critically and comes to the conclusion that it is based on false assumptions and false interpretations, what would your response be?
  9. Again, you mention "our Creator." So do you accept the existence of a Creator then?
  10. What is your definition of "God's loving plan of salvation?"
  11. Can school board members affirm the existence of God, a Creator, the timeless truths of the Bible, and a loving plan of salvation, or only of Evolution, as core components of human knowledge?
  12. Since religion is also, according to your Letter, a "form of truth," should it then be taught and affirmed in schools?
  13. Since no one actually saw the Big Bang, or saw life arise from nothing, or saw evolution from particles to man, would you agree that there is a large component of faith involved in believing cosmic and biological evolution?
  14. Are other religious "books" on equal par with the Bible, and if so, why do you seem to focus only on the Bible and its "stories."

Update: I did receive a response to my questions (10 of the 14) but my request to post the responses here was denied. The discussion was cordial, but disappointing. While some (including the responder) might be impressed by the number of religious folk who have signed the "Clergy Letter," more rational thinking people realize that it's always easier to accommodate the popular paradigm, as the Pharisees did in Jesus' time, as religionists did in Galileo's time, and as religionists did after Darwin's first tome was released, than to fight it.

Here are two lists of SCIENTISTS past and present who have either not accepted darwinian evolution, or who were and are Creationists, see Disent From Darwin and also Creation Scientists

That's not to impress you, but rather just to make known that, as in so many things, Evolution included, there's another side to the story.

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