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MEDIA ADVISORY, Sept. 22 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution is the title of atheist Richard Dawkin's latest book, and it's due to be released in the United States September 22. Coincidentally, that is the same release-day of best-selling author Ray Comfort's new book, Nothing Created Everything: the scientific impossibility of atheistic evolution (World Net Daily).
Comfort said, "I am amazed that the two publications came out on the same day. We sure didn't plan it that way, but I must say that Professor Dawkins has appropriately named his book this time. Evolution is the supreme circus. There's nothing else like it on earth. Richard Dawkins is the main act, and he is able to do his incredible high-wire act without the safety-net of science. It really is amazing to watch from the sidelines of common sense and basic reason. All evolution has, is bumps on whale bones and bacterial mutations, and yet he dazzles the awestruck crowd. There is no evidence for species to species transitional forms in the fossil record or in creation. That's what was missing in Darwin's day, and it's still missing today, something that doesn't seem to bother the professor in the slightest. He sure has nerves of steel."
Comfort said that his new book exposes the embarrassment of what is widely believed among evolutionists--that nothing created everything. "When they are confronted with that, they almost always backslide into agnosticism" the author and television co-host added. "This is because nothing cannot create anything. It is a scientific impossibility. To believe that is an embarrassment. Yet it's what the learned professor believes. Dawkins said, 'The fact that life evolved out of nearly nothing, some 10 billion years after the universe evolved literally out of nothing--is a fact so staggering that I would be mad to attempt words to do it justice.' (The Ancestor's Tale: A Pilgrimage to the Dawn of Evolution)."
Comfort said that he doesn't dislike the professor. "I not only offered him $20,000 to debate me (which he turned down), but I used his special condemnation of me on the cover of Nothing Created Everything, and even dedicated the book to him." This November, Ray Comfort plans to give away 100,000 copies of Charles Darwin's Origin of Species (with a special Introduction) at 100 of the country's leading universities. This is to mark the 150th celebration of publication of the book. Details at www.livingwaters.com.