Note: This is an excerpt from Antidisestablishmentarianism. Illustrated Version Amazon worldlinks: http://authl.it/1hn?d All other ebook sites: books2read.com/antidisestablishmentarianism-illus Regular version Amazon ebook: myBook.to/Antidisestablishmentarianism All other ebook sites: books2read.com/Antidisestablishmentarianism It is also included in the free serial version Part One: "What Is an Establishment of Religion?" Illustrated version Amazon worldlinks : http://authl.it/1hp?d All other ebook sites: books2read.com/what-is-establishment-illus “I would advise you, therefore, … Continue reading 5. Was Thomas Paine the Founding Father of Secular Humanism in America?
“The United States Supreme Court has held that secular humanism is a religion. Belief in evolution is a central tenet of that religion.” Antonin Scalia, in the case Edwards v. Aguillard, U.S. Supreme Court, 1987 This is one of the most hated, denied, and attacked statements on our entire blog. We used it in our … Continue reading What Did Scalia Say and Why Did He Say It?
"Trust me. I'm a Scientist." Hubby is working on the Conflict of the Ages Part 3: “They Deliberately Forgot” –The Flood and the Ice Age. Yes, this series has pretty cumbersome titles, doesn’t it? The first part is based on 2 Peter 3:5, where Peter nails the whole secularist amnesia and its resulting erroneous dogma. … Continue reading The Truth With Proof by Mary C. Findley
Secularists, when asked for evidence to support their position, reply with comments that show they neither read the article in question, nor do they understand the issues being discussed. Instead they reply with mockery, insults and ridicule. Their comments are usually off-topic. They constantly ask, "What evidence would you accept?" like verifiable evidence is a … Continue reading Verifiable Evidence
Secularists have questioned how well homeschooled students do on the life science sections of standardized tests, since a belief in evolution is incorporated into the tests. Home-schooled students average in the eighty-sixth percentile, national average K-12, for life sciences. http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/aug/30/home-schooling-outstanding-results-national-tests/ "The study included almost 12,000 home-school students from all 50 states who took three well-known … Continue reading Homeschool Standardized Results