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Evolution Is Stupid! EXPANDED VERSION NOW AVAILABLE!

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

Happy Birthday Moon Landing

Forty-five years ago today America landed men on the moon. If you're old enough to remember, no doubt you recall exactly where you were at that time. It was a riveting point in history. I was a teenager living in Italy, and watched on a small black and white TV in a hotel lobby as Neil Armstrong took that amazing step into the lunar dust. (Side note: Prior to any spacecraft landing on the moon, some of the billion-year gang assumed the dust of the eons would be so deep it would swallow the craft.)

A few almost-forgotten facts: Armstrong and Aldrin almost didn't make it. Their computer gave a false alarm which they over-rode, then they encountered a boulder field, and with only 30 seconds of fuel left they had to maneuver the lunar lander manually to a level landing area.

And Buzz Aldrin took along a little bit of bread and tiny vial of wine to celebrate communion on the moon with Armstrong. NASA decided not to broadcast that. Huffington Post ran an online article about the communion service today. The article itself wasn't too badly written, even for HP, but naturally they had to do some God-bashing (with lots of ignorant anti-God comments) after the article, where they presented some of our "top scientists" and their views of God (as if God is biting His nails worrying about what they think). Here's what one of the great thinkers of our time, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, had to say:

"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet, celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

I don't think I'll comment on that, as it speaks for itself. Instead, I'll end with some LIVING words of REAL importance. Here, in David's words, is God's response to arrogant, puny people who think they know it all, and what Aldrin read during the communion service, from Psalm 8 (un-feminized version):

When I consider Thy heavens, the work of Thy fingers,
The moon and the stars, which Thou hast ordained;
What is man that Thou art mindful of him,
And the son of man that Thou visitest him?

Now, you might wonder why I make a point of saying "un-feminized version." Well, it's because weak individuals have capitulated to a feminist agenda of changing God's word to make it sound more "inclusive." So, let's do that with Neil Armstrong's words:

"That's one small step for a person, one giant leap for humankind."

Oh, we can't do that with Neil's words? But it's ok to do it with God's words, right? If the verse uses the term "man" then that's what God wanted the verse to say. If you don't like that, well, that's just too bad.

Have a good day, and next time you see the "person" in the moon, tell him/her/it "Hello" for me!

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