Posted by: comingworldwar3 | July 27, 2012

The Moral Impact of Evolution on Society – Dr. Phil Fernandes

http://NWCreation.net | Darwinian thought has not only damaged our scientific knowledge of the world–it has also led to the moral decline in the West. Many leaders have tried to apply evolutionary science to moral issues, and the results have been devastating. Darwinian evolution denies that man was created in God’s image and has led to the de-valuing of human life. It has played a significant role in the eugenics (“good genes”) movement, ultimately leading to atrocities such as the holocaust, abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia. The influence of evolutionary thought on Planned Parenthood, Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union, and American culture will be examined. This video is a 60 minute seminar by Phil Fernandes that was recorded during the Seattle Creation Conference October 2011 at Wooden Valley Baptist Church. DVDs of the Seattle Creation Conference are available for purchase at http://store.nwcreation.net/ About the Speaker: Dr. Phil Fernandes is a Biblical apologist and lecturer. He has a Ph.D. in Philosophy of Religion degree from Greenwich University, and is the President of the Institute of Biblical Defense. He has lectured and debated on numerous college campuses including: Princeton, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), and the University of Washington. He has debated some of America’s leading atheist thinkers such as Dr. Michael Martin (Professor of Philosophy, Boston University), Dan Barker, Jeff Lowder, and Elliot Ratzman.

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