“Expelled” – the movie – 6th place so far, for documentary films.


“Expelled” – the movie – 6th place so far for documentary films.

Shows how teachers and professors get fired and have careers ruined because they believe in God and challenge Darwin.

We have been fed propaganda for many years and they get away with it.

Everyone must see this film.

Pass it around.

There’s a small minority of atheists out there and they are winning.

Pass it around – go see it.-

Expelled – by Ben Stein

Check it out:

I saw it – scary – it’s scary what happens when liars control the
media. Through the Internet we can fight them.

Submitted by Doria2

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  1. It’s true, it’s scary when the liars behind Expelled have control of the media. Pop quiz, how many of the people that were “fired” in Expelled were actually fired. Here’s a hint: It’s less than 1.

    Hugh Ross and the other creationists over at Reasons to Believe have denounced the film:

    “In Reasons To Believe’s interaction with professional scientists, scientific institutions, universities, and publishers of scientific journals we have encountered no significant evidence of censorship, blackballing, or disrespect. As we have persisted in publicly presenting our testable creation model in the context of the scientific method, we have witnessed an increasing openness on the part of unbelieving scientists to offer their honest and respectful critique.

    Our main concern about EXPELLED is that it paints a distorted picture. It certainly doesn’t match our experience. Sadly, it may do more to alienate than to engage the scientific community, and that can only harm our mission.”

    Even The Jewish Anti-Defamation film has denounced Expelled for misappropriating the holocaust.

    ” The film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed misappropriates the Holocaust and its imagery as a part of its political effort to discredit the scientific community which rejects so-called intelligent design theory.

    Hitler did not need Darwin to devise his heinous plan to exterminate the Jewish people and Darwin and evolutionary theory cannot explain Hitler’s genocidal madness.

    Using the Holocaust in order to tarnish those who promote the theory of evolution is outrageous and trivializes the complex factors that led to the mass extermination of European Jewry.”

    It’s funny how the Mark Mathis, one of the producers behind Expelled, said that Ken Miller, a Catholic professor of biology at Brown University who fully accepts the scientific theory of evolution, believes in theistic evolution, and has spoken out against Intelligent Design, would have “confused the film unnecessarily” if he had been included in the film.

    Even St. Augustine warned about this sort of stuff:

    “It often happens that even a non-Christian knows a thing or two about the earth, the sky, the various elements of the world, about the movement and revolution of the stars and even their size and distance, about the nature of animals, shrubs, rocks, and the like, and maintains this knowledge with sure reason and experience. It is offensive and ruinous, something to be avoided at all cost, for a nonbeliever to hear a Christian talking about these things as though with Christian writings as his source, and yet so nonsensically and with such obvious error that the nonbeliever can hardly keep from laughing.

    The trouble is not so much that the erring fellow is laughed at but that our authors are believed by outsiders to have held those same opinions and so are despised and rejected as untutored men, to the great loss of those for whose salvation we toil…How are they going to believe our books concerning the resurrection of the dead, the hope of eternal life, and the kingdom of heaven when they think they are filled with fallacious writing about things which they know from experience or sure calculation?

    There is no telling how much harm these rash and presumptuous people bring upon their more prudent brethren when they begin to be caught and argued down by those who are not bound by the authority of our Scriptures, and when they then try to defend their flippant, rash, and obviously erroneously statements by quoting a shower of words from those same Sacred Scriptures, even citing from memory those passages which they think support their case, ‘without understanding either what they are saying or things about which they make assertions’ (I Tim. 1:7)”

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