Contact: Elizabeth Crnkovich, Population Research Institute, 540-660-2733, email@example.com
FRONT ROYAL, Va., April 18, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ -- From the beginning Earth Day has been anti-people. The very first Earth Day, held in 1970, had as its slogan, "People Pollute." This didn't merely mean that people tend to litter. It meant that people themselves are a form of pollution. The Founder of Earth Day, Dixie Cup Magnate Hugh Moore, called this "popullution," short for population pollution.
We at the Population Research Institute will be celebrating Monday, 22 April, as well, but not as "Earth Day." We will be celebrating it as "Earth is for People Day."
To celebrate, Steven Mosher, President of the Population Research Institute, will be keynoting the annual online Apologetics Conference of Athanatos Christian Ministries.
He will be speaking on "Save the Earth; Get Rid of the People? The Inhumanity of Earth Day." His talk is scheduled to begin at Noon (EST) on 22 April.
To register for this important event, and to check out the impressive line-up of speakers, go to: onlineapologeticsconference.com.
We at PRI are conservationists, of course, like all reasonable people. We believe that it is good for humans to care for their surroundings and not waste the gifts of nature. But we also recognize that human beings are part of nature, as Pope Benedict reminded us, and human life, too, must be protected from conception to natural death.
So we've renamed Earth Day. Join with us in celebrating, "Earth is for People Day."
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