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Perverted Truth Exposed: How Progressive Philosophy Has Corrupted Science

Perfect Read for Christmas! Perverted Truth Exposed: How Progressive Philosophy Has Corrupted Science[1] by T Kiser (Author) 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews on Amazon Kindle Book (Read Now) $9.99 Read with Our Free App Paperback $20.99        3 Used from $16.07                17 New from $15.33 In Perverted Truth Exposed, Kay Kiser… Continue reading Perverted Truth Exposed: How Progressive Philosophy Has Corrupted Science

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Darwin, Pangenesis & Acquired Characteristics

Darwin’s Claims Darwin thought cells were simple bags of gel.  He knew nothing of DNA or any other cellular structures.  He believed that inheritance was through "Gemmules" that each cell shed and that traveled to the gametes (sperm and egg).  Since each cell "voted" it was called pangenesis. He believed that the life experiences of… Continue reading Darwin, Pangenesis & Acquired Characteristics

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In Perverted Truth Exposed, Kay Kiser exposes areas of science that have been corrupted by progressive and atheist philosophies disguised as science, including the theories of evolution, origin of life, cosmology, and quantum physics. The climate change debate presents a modern example of how the perversion of science is politically imposed to support an anti-God,… Continue reading New Book Now Available on Amazon and wnd.com

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Darwinian Evolution: Science or Philosophy? part 2

To be scientific, a theory must deal only with the matter or processes with which we can or possibly could interact, it must be verifiable, falsifiable and testable, and it should predict future outcomes based on experimental data. What question could possibly be asked to make Evolution falsifiable? Until recently we would say None. As we have… Continue reading Darwinian Evolution: Science or Philosophy? part 2

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Evolution: Setting the Stage Part 4

Evolution from the Beginning When Charles Darwin published On the Origen of Species in 1859 evolutionary theories had been around for a long time. The third century BC Greek philosopher Epicurus derived a form of evolutionary theory from Democretus’ atomic theory. Lucretius, first century BC Roman poet, proposed it as a logical necessity of naturalism… Continue reading Evolution: Setting the Stage Part 4

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Evolution, Setting the Stage, Part 3

Darwin’s circle of friends and mentors was largely composed of the intellectual elite of the day, many of whom embraced progressivism, socialism, atheism or agnosticism and various other popular philosophies of the day. Darwin himself stated in some of his correspondence that one of his goals was to do away with religion. …hardly see how… Continue reading Evolution, Setting the Stage, Part 3

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Evolution: Setting the Stage, Part 2

Karl Marx and Fredrick Engels    Source:  Wikipedia, Public Domain Socialism / Communism Socialist thought began to be accepted in the 17th century (or even earlier) and flourished in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Socialism is actually a kind of social Darwinism or social engineering. It is based on a misunderstanding of human nature and… Continue reading Evolution: Setting the Stage, Part 2