Like some mythological monster equipped with a galaxy-sized colon, WND’s material keeps on flowing — in enormous quantity. We present to you, dear reader, some excerpts from ‘Origin of Species’ edition debunks evolution. This brilliant article is subtitled: “Failure of natural selection logic documented in ‘Nothing Created Everything’.
The article is written by Bob Unruh, described as a news editor for WorldNetDaily.com. The bold font was added by us:
Best-selling Christian author Ray Comfort says there are such huge holes in evolutionary arguments that he’s giving away 50,000 copies of a special edition of Charles Darwin’s “Origin of Species” that includes an introduction not only revealing the theory’s many hoaxes but also Darwin’s own thoughts on the existence of God.
Ah, so today’s WND article reviews a special edition of “Origin of Species” with an introduction by Ray Comfort. Verily, this is an intellectual milestone. We haven’t written about Comfort before, but let us say this: If ignorance had mass, Comfort would be a black hole. Let’s read on:
Comfort, whose new book “Nothing Created Everything” elaborates on the evidence against the theory of evolution, said he’s had many conversations with avowed atheists as follows:
Comfort: “So you are an atheist. Do you then believe that nothing created everything, which is a scientific impossibility?”
Comfort: “So you believe that something created everything?”
Comfort: “Then you’re not an atheist.”
Yes, like Perry Mason, Comfort easily shreds his opponents. We can’t find his latest book at Amazon, but here’s their listing for another of Comfort’s many works. The reviews are most entertaining. Now, let’s read some more from WND:
Comfort has dedicated the book to popular contemporary atheist evolutionist Richard Dawkins, who introduced the concept “Nothing Created Everything”: “To Richard Dawkins, in the sincere hope that he looks beyond the hypocrisy of organized religion, before he goes to meet his maker.”
Dawkins, no doubt, is cowering in fear. We continue:
“Darwin wasn’t anti-God at all. In his famous book ‘Origin of Species’ Darwin refers to creation as the ‘works of God’ and calls Him the ‘Creator’ an amazing seven times,” Comfort said.
It’s precisely because of this prevalent ignorance (or dishonesty) that we are giving away 50,000 copies of ‘Origin of Species’ throughout universities in the United States this November.”
He’s doing what?
Comfort said he discovered the book was in the public domain, so the special edition [with Comfort’s introduction] is being prepared in conjunction with his book “Nothing Created Everything.”
Darwin won’t be able to survive the comparison! Moving along:
Comfort said his plan to give away copies of “Origin of Species” includes information on scientists such as Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Nicholas Copernicus, Francis Bacon and Louis Pasteur who believed God created the universe.
Comfort cited the “rave reviews” his special edition already is attracting.
The WND article then quotes one of those reviews, and — surprisingly — it’s not what we’d classify as favorable:
“It’s like a book with multiple personality disorder – two parts that absolutely hate each other; an intro [by Comfort] that is the inane product of one of the most stupid minds of our century, and a science text [by Darwin] that is the product of one of the greatest minds of the author’s century,” wrote PZ Myers, who teaches at the University of Minnesota at Morris.
About Comfort’s introduction, WND says:
The introduction points out the fact that humans share 96 percent of their genetic makeup with chimps doesn’t make them chimpanzees.
“According to evolutionist Steven Jones, a renowned British geneticist, ‘We also share about 50 percent of our DNA with bananas, and that doesn’t make us half bananas,” says Comfort.
Truly a profound insight. The WND article ends with this:
On his book “Nothing created Everything,” Comfort says, “Anyone who tries to actually justify that nothing created everything has to be insane. This is a scientific impossibility.”
No doubt, you want to run right out and buy a copy.
[Update: See Flat Earth, Uranus, & WorldNetDaily.]
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