This is exciting news, dear reader. We found it in the Fallbrook-Bonsall Village News of Fallbrook, California, known as the “Avocado Capital of the World.” Their headline is Murrieta Temecula Republican Assembly presents lecture by Pat Roy. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis:
Nearly two-thirds of students will reject their faith by the time they’ve finished college, the result of a constant bombardment of secular lessons.
Gasp! Something must be done! And something is being done. We’re told:
A new nonprofit project, “Debunking Evolution,” aims to combat that by teaching students the scientific case against evolution. The project’s creators state they are “committed to providing Christian families with Biblically- and scientifically-based answers to the evolutionary theory that many children are taught during sixth, seventh and 10th grades in public schools in California.”
How wonderful! Who is doing this? The newspaper says:
The program was designed by experienced professionals and reviewed by scientists at the three leading creation ministries in the United States: Answers in Genesis, the Institute for Creation Research and Creation Ministries International.
Wowie — the program has been peer reviewed by the best minds in creationism! The news continues:
One of Debunking Evolution’s co-creators, Pat Roy, is slated to share what tenets of evolution are taught in textbooks and the arguments against them as the keynote speaker at the Murrieta Temecula Republican Assembly meeting, 6 p.m. to 8:15 p.m., Aug. 11, at the Temecula City Hall Conference Room, 41000 Main Street.
We never heard of Pat Roy. Who is he? We’re told:
Nearly a decade and a half ago, Roy and his wife, Sandy, as home-school parents, created the Jonathan Park Creation Adventure Series, an audio drama that has been heard on more than 700 radio stations worldwide and has reached millions with the message of the creator.
There’s a listing for it at Amazon: Jonathan Park: The Adventure Begins (Jonathan Park Radio Drama). Another excerpt:
Roy also worked at the Institute for Creation Research for over 12 years, where he and his team took some of the most complex scientific proofs for creation and translated them into everyday language and concepts.
He’s certainly qualified to debunk evolution! And now we come to the end:
The event is open to the public. The cost is $15 for members, $20 for nonmembers, $10 for students under 25 and Gold Eagle Members and free for active duty military. [Contact information omitted.]
You’ve got ten days to make arrangements to attend, dear reader. Tell ’em the Curmudgeon sent ya.
Copyright © 2017. The Sensuous Curmudgeon. All rights reserved.