Imagine a world where dissent is forbidden. Imagine a world where only one point of view is allowed. This may be where we are headed, but we are not there yet.
Darwin’s Dilemma is a video presentation that teaches how, according to geo-years, there was a rapid appearance of dozens of major complex animal types in the fossil record during what is called the Cambrian period. The interesting part, and what is lacking during this period, are the gradual transitional steps Charles Darwin wrote about.
The topic is certainly interesting. One might think that those who disagree with what is presented in the video would be all too eager to have it shown and use it as an opportunity to teach what they think are the errors found there. Not so, according to the Discovery Institute who say that…
The Darwin anniversary year is almost over, but Darwinists have been working overtime trying to censor free speech on evolution and intelligent design. Incredibly, they now are even trying to stop privately-sponsored events about intelligent design!
To learn more, listen to the story here:
If you are interested in learning more about creation and deciding for yourself whether you believe Darwinism or Intelligent Design you might want to read Signature in the Cell.
While most people equate ID with creation, there are some differences, and while creation requires an intelligent designer, ID does not require a Biblical explanation.
Know ye that the LORD he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. Psalm 100:3
Throughout mankind’s history, scientist have reached differing conclusions while looking at the same or similar data and while studying life on planet earth. Many who have been ridiculed and mocked have later been found to be correct. The scientific community is seldom in complete agreement. One thing that has been helpful to mankind has been man’s willingness to listen to and consider other ideas and/or theories. Tolerance isn’t always practiced, however, in the world of scientific discovery certainly there should be room for dissent. When a group is unwilling to allow dissent, the big “elephant in the room” is the question, “Why not?”