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[Editor’s note: The book, One Race One Blood, was originally published under the name, Darwin’s Plantation, as the above video reflects.]

“Although racism did not begin with Darwinism, Darwin did more than any person to popularize it.”

Discover the origin of people groups (there is only one race), the genetics of skin color, and biblical truths on “interracial” marriage. This fascinating book explores racism and its roots in the hearts and minds of millions.

Most people do not realize how intimately connected the popular idea of evolution and the worst racist ideology in history are. Ken Ham and Dr. Charles Ware reveal the compelling history of the effect of an evolution-based belief system on the history of the United States, including slavery, the Civil Rights Movement, and abortion. They go beyond politically-correct speech to show the tragic global harvest of death and tragedy that stems from Darwin’s controversial beliefs.

  • Uncover the the origin of the word race and the tragic legacy of Darwin’s theory.
  • Discover the disturbing connection between evolutionary thought and the most ruthless (and bloody) dictators in history.
  • Join an eye-opening discussion on racism and its roots in the hearts and minds of millions.
  • Step beyond the legal precedents to find the true solution in the Bible—one that resolves this issue in the hearts of mankind.

About the Authors

Dr. A. Charles Ware is president of Crossroads Bible College in Indianapolis, and a popular speaker, author, and recognized leader in multicultural ministry and biblical racial reconciliation. He has received numerous honors for his work in cross-cultural initiatives promoting Christian cooperation and service.

Ken Ham is president and a founder of Answers in Genesis (U.S.). Ken is the author of numerous books and one of the most in-demand Christian speakers in the United States. He is heard daily on the radio feature Answers . . . with Ken Ham, broadcast on 900 radio stations nationwide.