Probably. But, this would have to be a reason:
Just the knowledge that Darwin denial exists could be a problem for some in authority these days to advise you never to read a Darwin-doubting book.
Doubting the establishment version of evolution is a big problem for Darwin’s tax-funded, tenured dullards. Whom you will support to the end of your days.
Look, I was there at Cornell in 2011, when the papers noted above and now published so you can read them were delivered.
People, hear me: I have heard every lie and dealt with Darwin’s thugs, and fended off many attempts to obfuscate the issues.
I have personally (D O’Leary, b. 1950,Canada, d of JP O’Leary) been a victim of atheist smears and slanders which tell you more than anything else you might wish to know about what Darwinists’ further influence in public affairs will mean. Whether they claim to be Christians or not. If they misrepresent their position to Christians, more shame to those Christians who are willing to believe it, instead of consulting more responsible authorities.
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