Q: Is there anything worth watching this weekend on TV?
A: This weekend, you’ll want to watch an excellent documentary from Dr. D. James Kennedy and Coral Ridge Ministries called Darwin’s Deadly Legacy. According to their website, the documentary “looks into the chilling social impact of Darwin’s theory of evolution—and the mounting evidence that Darwin had it wrong on the origin of life.”
Many experts are featured in the documentary, including AiG’s Ken Ham, along with Ann Coulter, author of Godless; Ian Taylor, author of In the Minds of Men.
The program delves into the connection between Darwinian evolution and some of the past century’s terrible legacies, including Hitler and the Nazis, eugenics, abortion and the current crisis in American classrooms.
The special airs at different times on August 26 and 27, 2006, across the U.S. on The Coral Ridge Hour (you can find stations and schedules here).
Readers of this website will note the emphasis on intelligent design toward the end of the program. For our perspective on this topic, please see Intelligent design: is it intelligent; is it Christian?
That said, this is definitely television worth watching.
This week on www.AnswersInGenesis.org
August 19: News to Note
August 21: Work in progress!
August 22: Misrepresented (sigh) time and time again
August 23: Evolution or Adaptation?
August 23: Crossing boundaries, building bridges
August 24: Creation: Facts of Life, part 17: Invertebrates: animals without backbones
August 25: The infection that is attacking Christianity
August 25: Feedback: “God shut my mouth”
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