Letter to the Editor

Theory, hoax

Monday, August 22, 2005

Dear Editor,

I see in the Gazette of 8-20 A.D. 2005, "Building for the future of education."

Are they installing metal detectors and guard shacks at North Ward? Common sense tells me that if the police have to monitor the schools, something is basically wrong somewhere.

The founders of this great Republic made sure that the Holy Bible was taught in the schools, and the schools then were a little bit like heaven. Now, evolution is being taught in the government schools and they are a little bit like hell. Corruption is progressive. If there are no changes made in our schools, things are going to continue to get worse.

I would like to make a correction to my letter to the editor on 8-16 A.D. 2005. I stated that evolution is a theory.

Evolution is not even a theory; it is merely a metaphysical research program.

If you don't believe me, believe Clarence Darrow: "It is the height of bigotry to have only one theory of origins taught in our schools."

Or, Dr. T.N. Tamasian, a physiologist with the Atomic Energy Commission, "Scientists who go about teaching that evolution is a fact of life are great con men, and the story they are telling may be the greatest hoax ever."

Darwin looked at the cruelty and abominations in the world and said "There is no God, only survival of the fittest."

A Christian looks at cruelty and the abominations and said, "There must be Satan, and his demons to cause all this, so there must be a God, and His name is Jesus."

"Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it; except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain." (Psalm 127:1).


George R. Anderson,


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