Kids are Force-fed Evolution Nonsense: Militant Atheists Trying to Make Monkeys of us
Irish Christians should use this week's commemorations to spark a new Easter Rising!
I'm not advocating street riots, but instead taking a pledge to mark Christ's Resurrection by ensuring that Creation Studies are firmlyplanted in school religious education and science lessons.
Is it any wonder we are becoming less and less a Christian society when our kids are bombarded on a daily basis about evolution? the brainless concept we are all descended from apes!
I am an unashamed and unrepentant Creationist. I firmly believe in the Biblical account in Genesis of how the world was created by God. I am not a tub-thumping, Bible-bashing loony.
Millions of people across this island also believe in both God and Creation. So why are our kids force-fed this evolution nonsense as gospel? It is time for Christians to reclaim how our world was made.
And that battle begins in the classroom. This is one venture where Christian TDs and MLAs could launch a fantastic cross-border venture.
Evolution is one big hoax. It is about the search for the next government grant, not the truth. At the very least, let Creation Studies have an equal place alongside evolution in religion and science lessons.
Evolutionists fill in the blanks as to how the world was created by using their own imaginations. Some of their notions would sit better in the scripts for sci-fi classics, such as the Planet of the Apes blockbusters, than school lessons.
The Christian churches in Ireland must swallow some bitter medicine. A small band of militant atheists has taken full advantage of the turmoil which Protestantism and Catholicism now finds itself in.
Irish Catholicism could find itself reeling for decades under the burden of the clerical abuse scandals.
Irish Protestantism is split into so many different factions, it is hard to know who truly speaks for the so-called Reformed Faith.
Add in the rows over women preachers, gay marriage, abortion, divorce, and how to get to heaven, is it any wonder cults such as the Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, occultists, pagans and the Scientologists are steadily gaining ground in Ireland.
The rot in Irish Christianity has got to stop somewhere. The fight-back should start this week with a new Irish Christian Crusade? That's the real battle for the planet of the apes!
The Catholic Church has been commendably to the fore in organising a massive petition against British PM Dandy Dave Cameron's plan to legalise gay marriage. Protestant churches as well as other faiths, are following fast.
Ireland could set an example for unveiling a new petition to get the Dáil and Stormont to ensure Creation Studies, not evolutionary claptrap, is taught foremost.
One of the big success stories of the Good Friday Agreement was the setting up of the cross border bodies and British Irish institutions.
There is talk of plans to save some cross border schools by bussing pupils from the North to the South and vice versa.
If the Dáil and Stormont can work closely to save schools, they can bond together to save sound Biblical teaching in our classrooms.
It's no use complaining about the secular society and pluralist policies in government. It is time for Christians across Ireland to stand up and be counted before the evolutionists make monkeys out ofus all!