Various circles regard the theory of evolutionhe theory of evolution as ideologically indispensible. From the day itwas first proposed right up to the present, they have defended it by means of intense propaganda.Certain scientific publications, schools and a number of media organs portray it as a proven fact interms of the origin of life. Since some scientists espouse the theory of evolution with the greatestdevotion, most people imagine that the theory is scientifically valid.In fact, however, over the last 150 years the theory of evolution has been totally discredited bysuch branches of science as paleontology, genetics, microbiology, biochemistry and biophysics.Countless findings revealed by these different branches make it obvious that evolution never happened.Anyone reading this book may well naturally conclude that the adherents of the theory of evolution are scientists. Yet since those who find evidence that the theory of evolution is invalid arealso scientists, therefore scientists must be divided into two groups: those who support evolution,and others who present evidence disproving it.Yet this does not fully represent the true picture—because the proponents of the theory of evolution
have no evidence that it ever took place. And with their own efforts, they even discover evidence that discredits their theory
No doubt, it is a most contradictory and dishonest to strongly defend a theory while theevidence totally demolishes it. Yet that is exactly their current position.Indeed, ever since the theory of evolution was first put forward, no scientist espoused becauseof the scientific evidence. What, then, is evolutionists’ aim? And what can explain their inconsistentmindset?The British zoologist D. M. S. Watson, himself an evolutionist, supplies the answer to thosequestions:The theory of evolution (is) a theory universally accepted not because it can be proved bylogically coherent evidence to be true but because the only alternative, special creation is clearlyincredible.
This idea of Watson’s is shared by scientists who espouse the theory of evolution. Theseothers are well aware that no evidence proves the theory, but if they abandoned the theory of evolution, they would have to admit the existence of a Creator. Such a thing is unacceptable for proponents of materialist ideology, which we will be examining in due course.However, the great majority of people, being unaware of this, imagine that those scientistswho support evolution have worked along exceedingly scientific lines, with methods based solely onexperiment and observation. Therefore, they believe every word those scientists say, feeling no needto investigate any further.And by doing so, they commit a serious error. As their own admissions show, evolutionistsespouse their theory in violation of science. They present evolution as the scientific foundation of the ideology they insist on, which is materialism.