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On Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 7 p.m., the presentation called the "Observations of Moses" will be shown at the public library auditorium on Macon Road. The religion of Atheism is state sponsored, and being taught in public schools, which is a civil lawsuit waiting to happen. Public school officials and teachers refuse to allow students to see and learn about the opposing view to the evolution theory, which explains the 4.6 billion year geologic and fossil histories of Earth.
Creationism, both "old" and "young" Earth, is false, foolish, and misrepresents the Genesis text. The worlds of Creationism and Theology have no idea what the Genesis text is saying. The doctrine of Intelligent Design is inept, and does not address the fossil record. The "Observations of Moses" proves all forms of current Creationism, the Big Bang theory, and the evolution theory to be false. It also displays visual and historical evidence that proves that the world of science is purposely lying to the public about our solar system, the origins of the universe, and human history.
The PowerPoint presentation is 62 minutes, with questions from the floor answered afterwards. It is requested that all school board members, biology teachers, and the news media also attend.
It is more important to teach the truth of history, than the falsehoods of science. Genesis does not have any "creation accounts," but is telling mankind about the ancient history of Earth.
You should have a fine turnout of folks who still have time to argue about that. The world moves on.
Here is another email:
A Tacit Acknowledgment: Indo-European Languages Originated in Anatolia, Biologists Say -- New York Times: "Biologists using tools developed for drawing evolutionary family trees say that they have solved a longstanding problem in archaeology: the origin of the Indo-European family of languages." In the "Bible Discovered" in more than 120 cases, morphological and phonological, I have proved that the similarity between Indo-European languages derived from ancient Near East (Kurdish) roots, thus not from the Indo-European. Consequently the scientific legitimacy of the term "Indo-European" falls at all....
Hamíit Qliji Bérai.
Those languages aren't from Anatolia.
They're from Anatolyaso, Watameenis, and Yunowatameen.
Tim Chitwood, firstname.lastname@example.org, 706-571-8508.