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Just look at the evolutionists squeal! Nov 26, 2006
Based on my experience with the work of Answers in Genesis, I bought this book to help innoculate my children against the indoctrination of the public schools. I have not been disappointed and highly recommend this book to all other parents who are concerned that their children know the truth.
The vituperative reviews of the evolutionists bolstered me in my selection of this book, because if they get so riled that they squeal like stuck pigs, then it must be really good!
I want to thank the evolutionists further for the entertaining fashion in which they show their lack of critical thought ...
Fantastic book! Dec 29, 2005
This book should be in the bookcase of every Christian fanatic out there. It fits so perfectly with the well-oiled cycle that the religious have set up for themselves that the author should be named a Saint.
We all know how the ingenious system works: We, the Enlightened Christians, are sent to Christian schools as children, where we learn the Truth about Science without any of the harmful input of science, atheism, and other things not related to Christianity which we will have no use for later in life (with the exception of geometry, algebra, just about every other biological subject, world history, US history, and every other thinkable and unthinkable input of science, atheism, and... You get the idea). Then, when we have kids, we can send them to the same religious schools, where they do not have to be fed with propaganda on how scientists aren't from Hell, evolution isn't a prank devised by Hitler to kill Jewish potted plants, and the Earth revolves around the Sun, not the other way around.
It's downright outrageous that in public schools, students are taught that evolution is a fact just because it's got tonnes of backing and is commonly being observed in laboratories and in the field. Not to mention that we don't learn about Intelligent Falling* as an alternative to the scientific 2nd Law of Gravity. And it's a tragedy that we don't learn any alternatives to Pythagora's Theorem (which is, after all, Just A Theory! Join my lawsuit to either have it removed, or have students get taught about religious alternatives - such as Intelligent Solving). The amount of atheism forced down our childrens' throats is nauseating.
We all know what happens when science wins over religion. The old "if God wanted us to fly, he'd have given us wings"-argument was defeated by the heathens, and now we have planes that give us billions a day and reduce travel and shipping time by weeks or months. We let science mess with electrons and suddenly we have electricty to feed appliances we depend 100% on. They delve into medicine, and all of a sudden countless diseases are nearly gone. It's saddening, indeed, to see the world destroyed this way.
Seriously, though: For those of you who happen to like children-targetting propaganda, I heartily recommend this book and the comics of Jack Chick. For those of you who want to LEARN something, read up on how Evolution is widely regarded as a FACT. Check Project Steve, which has 700 signatures from scientists in support of evolution. Hunt down all the articles on how evolution HAS been observed. And last, but not least, understand how scientists aren't worse than religious people.
The Writer of this [book] and anyone who follows should be.... Mar 10, 2005
A rather sad attempt of creationistic moronism. Actually, I don't even know if "moronism" is an actual word, but I used it anyway. That last sentence wouldn't be out of place in this book. I am guessing that he realized his Bible is too weak to do the job, so he wrote this exhilarating book of nonsense for children. Actually, it's really only exhilarating for the people who actually study the creationist point of view and can't stop laughing from the hilarity. It's sad that the author had to come to this site.com and give his own book a 5 star review. He would be the only one who could possibly give this (...) 5 stars.
Dangerous and full of lies Jan 12, 2005
This book should not be given to children (nor anyone else).
Follow this link for a point by point explaination of why this book is laughably incorrect:
Astonishingly incompetent and dishonest Oct 18, 2004
This book is appallingly incompetent and dishonest. A lot of important fossil evidence is passed over in silence (Homo habilis isn't even mentioned), and the few fossils that are discussed are generally misrepresented. There is a steady stream of undocumented misinformation and dubious claims, virtually no correct information, and much sneering at scientists for being foolish and dishonest. Anyone who knows anything about the science of human evolution won't be able to recognize it from this grotesque caricature.