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CNN Reports on the “Origin in Schools” Project

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You can almost see the CNN (Controlled News Network) host’s eyes roll as she reports on the 170,000 copies of Darwin’s “Origin of Species” (with the special intro by Ray Comfort) distributed in 100 school. See the video here.

On Wednesday, I’ll post a video of my interview with Ray Comfort thanking the atheists for all their support.

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  1. direct to Tony facebook page the interview is on there already. All Glory to God Jesus created everything and all thing where made by him and for him to bring about Glory to God. I thank God for the godly man he put in my life whom you are one Keep saving and sharing the God .

  2. My wife was flipping channels when she spotted a report on a show called TMZ about Origins Day and brother . . . it was extremely rude. From coming in mid-report, all that was done was to specifially insult the intellegence of Kirk Cameron and that other guy, Sonny Bono (that’s all they ever called Ray Comfort during the time I watched it).

  3. The truth for atheists is evolution. They like evolution because it allows them to continue in there own understanding. They speak in the language of speculation and theory and when they find something to hang their hats on, it’s so unintelligible that it only makes sense to the person proposing it.

    Atheists have so many theories on evolution that they can’t even agree among themselves. What they can agree on is to attack those who know the universe’s builder and architect.

    The fool hath said in his heart, [There is] no God.

  4. Hi Richard,

    I love it when people say how other people, especially very different people, think and feel.

    Especially when you’re as far off as you are in your comment.

    Maybe your telepathic abilities aren’t as strong as you think? Or maybe you’re just wrong.

    I’m going to make a bet with myself here, Richard. I bet that you do not know what the word “theory” means, nor do you have any idea what the theory of evolution actually claims, nor can you represent the theory of evolution in a single sentence (it can be easily done).

    In short, Richard, with all due respect: you have no idea what you’re talking about.

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