ORWIGSBURG, Penn., Sept. 10, 2012 /Christian Newswire
/ -- The following is submitted by Tom Ritter:
"The theory of evolution by cumulative natural selection is the only theory we know of that is in principle capable of explaining the existence of organized complexity." -- Richard Dawkins, famous Atheist
There are basically two kinds of Atheists: Overt, that is they say they are Atheists, and covert, that is they deny they are Atheists or do not even know they are one. For many people, the subject of evolution separates the Atheists from the believers.
You see evolution is bad science. It proposes that sexual species can evolve and that the human brain evolved from lower forms. Neither has been shown to be even possible, no one was there to see this "evolution" even if this did happen, and the fossil record is no help. Therefore the only objective approach to evolution is to say, "Maybe; maybe not. I do not actually know".
But most evolutionists do not say this. To the contrary they declare that evolution is a fact. Some science!
They say this because they cannot fathom a Creator had a hand. And no Creator means there can be no God. Thus most evolutionists are Atheists.
Now Atheism is a religion, that is, something based on an article of faith which in turn is something important that cannot be proved, like there is no God.
And it is illegal to teach religion in the public schools.
To prove this claim, I challenge anyone in the continental USA who teaches middle school science or above, anyone running for state or federal office, or anyone who is big in the evolution community to debate the following:
Evolution is Bad Science
I, of course, will defend the affirmative.
Additionally, this debate is to take place before a jury of previously undecided people and each debater is to place five (5) ounces of pure gold in escrow, the winner, as determined by the jury, to take the pot.
I also offer a finder's fee of $500 to the first person who finds a willing and qualified challenger. So ask; it is worth $500 to you.
This offer expires 11/15/12. Let's see who has the courage to put his money where his mouth is.
Tom Ritter taught academic physics and chemistry for over a decade in a Pennsylvania public high school and was, to hear his students, a great teacher.