I am pleased to report that The Spiritual Brain is going into Polish translation.
Maybe this is hopeful. For a long while we couldn’t sell TSB abroad because some commentators said the book was “too religious”.
I have no idea why.
The book isn’t especially religious unless … you mean if any book threatens materialists … ?
But wouldn’t people want to know why materialism probably isn’t true? Well, I guess Poles do, and good for them.
Given that Darwinism is the creation story of atheism, one question it all raises for me – and this was raised by a relative a decade ago – why is Darwinism even public business? Who cares why the tyrannosaur died? Whether Neanderthal man was polygamous? Like, these questions are interesting, but how did they get to be the stuff of public business – school agency hearings and such?
One claim I have begun to hear now is that “evolution” (almost always defined by Darwinists as fronting their atheist creation story) helps medicine. That is obviously fraudulent. Doctors don’t care whether Pleistocene man had arthritis. Pleistocene man isn’t griping about his aches and pains in the doc’s office. The doc deals with the local roofer griping in his office now. The doc’s solution works or it doesn’t, and he will soon know.
Public business should be about roads, sewers, water mains and culverts, and bringing people off the highway to the Emerg when their cars crash up in a blizzard, and quickly sending shelter buses for people evacuated from a serious fire.
The whole elite culture racket of telling teachers what they can or can’t say about “evolution” (= Darwinism = atheism, of course) could be shut down with no loss of science potential.
It’s quite likely that nearly half of Americans doubted “evolution” (= Darwinism) when they put a man on the moon. Most Canadians were probably not supporters of Darwinism when we built the Canadarm on the Space Shuttle.
Big panic? Or big fact?