Humanism & Evolution

Science Against Evolution examines sociology this month.

The Humanist Manifesto was published in 1933. Since that time, rather than wage open war against believers, humanists chose to sabotage traditional religions secretly. They did this by saying that there was no real conflict between science and religion. One deals with the physical realm, and the other deals with the spiritual realm. There can be no conflict because there is no overlap. It sounded logical, so most people believed it. Only a few people recognized that if the theory of evolution is true, then man’s sin did not cause death, so death could not atone for sin. The few who recognized that there really is a conflict between the theory of evolution and traditional American beliefs were disregarded as religious fanatics.

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