The Emperors Who Had No Clothes by Milt Marcy

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Milt Marcy has investigated the personal lives and writings of evolution’s con-men, and what he uncovered is dirty business, intellectual dishonesty on steroids. The apostle Paul warned that a consequence of rejecting God’s Creatorship is a ‘reprobate mind’ (i.e., a mind that cannot evaluate truth), and Marcy has documented Poster Child illustrations of that divine judgment. Marcy’s research tracks the dishonest pseudo-scholarship of leading evolution champions, including attention to how religious humanism has lent a helping hand to secular humanism, in the crusade to impose evolutionary dogma as the shibboleth of modern culture. James J. S. Johnson, JD, ThD (of the Institute for Creation Research) The curtain has been pulled back, the emperors have been exposed. This is a tremendously powerful book, and absolutely one of the best I have read when it comes to showing plainly that the perpetrators of evolutionary philosophy have the destruction of the Church in mind. The connections brought to light are nothing short of breathtaking. Through one historical quotation after another, the author unveils the diabolical orchestration, the systematic dismantling of the structure. Most people assume that modern science has disproved the truth of the Bible, but have never heard the history exposing evolution theory's hidden roots in anti-god philosophy. I have already recommended it to others who will find it fascinating and informative on a number of levels. I pray that God will open many eyes with it. Robert A. Mullin Associate Managing Editor of Creation Research Society Quarterly
 

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Published March 23, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 248 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.

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