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    The theory of evolution is responsible for Hitler and Nazism, racism, and Columbine.

    Evolution weakens West’s Christian civilization

    A left-wing church’s ad in The News Journal proclaimed “Thank God for evolution!” This statement seems intended to take a position in the creationism vs. evolution dispute, opposite from what is expected from the Christian community. The statement is provocative, and also flat-out wrong.

    In his recent book “Evolution’s Fatal Fruit,” Tom DeRosa shows convincingly how Hitler’s obsession with eugenics and his genocidal campaign against Jews, the mentally handicapped and others are attributable to the Darwinian concept of natural selection. Other horrors generated by the theory of evolution include the Columbine High School killings and racism.

    In evolutionary thinking, there is neither need nor room for God, obviating the moral compass on which Western civilization was built.

    This interesting but seriously flawed theory is mistakenly being taught as fact in public schools and no questioning or dissent is permitted by the establishment. The horrendous moral consequences of this godless concept are increasingly evident.

    William P. Cooke, West Grove, Pa.

    I’d like to add that Bohr’s model of the atom is responsible for Hiroshima, and Pasteur is rotting in Hell for unleashing AIDS upon the world.

    2 Responses to “LETTER OF THE DAY”

    Comment by
    Cavalor Epthith, Esquire
    December 3rd, 2006
    at 1:57 pm

    Ser Daryl,

    Though the sarcasm makes me chuckle I must point out that ‘rotting’ is grossly inaccurate. M. Pasteur does beat a curious odor but that is due to his ownership of the finest gourmet cheese concern in Hell’s largest city state Dis.

    Have you noted just how much of this anti-evolutionary clap trap has boiled to the surface of the lunatic fringe in American “culture” only in the years since it was scientifically proven that man rose from the savannahs of Africa?

    If they are “created” they make themselves superior to the “other” n’est ce pas?

    Food for thought and speaking of

    Monsieur Pasteur’s Roquefort is dare I say it, Divine!

    Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

    Comment by
    Daryl Cobranchi
    December 3rd, 2006
    at 2:04 pm


    Sorry for dissing Dis. Old habits die hard.