by Stanley J. O’Briant



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/13/2015

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 372
ISBN : 9781490865751
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 372
ISBN : 9781490865775
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 372
ISBN : 9781490865768

About the Book

This book exposes the attempt to teach atheistic evolution to students, often ridiculing their faith in God. The classrooms in our schools have become the battlegrounds for the minds of our children. Since the introduction of evolution by Charles Darwin there has been a growing list of atheist professors who vigorously fight any religion. The classrooms of America should not be the battlegrounds of any religion, but evolution is a religion. It has no place in the classroom since it does not offer any information that improves the teaching of any science class, except evolution itself. There is no proof of evolution, only assertions, innuendos, credulity (belief without proof), and suppositions. Fully one-third of all geology textbooks deal with evolution, which is founded only opinion and undocumented assertions. Therefore, it should be removed from all textbooks. Dr. David Menton, who taught medicine at the Washington School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, for twenty-five years, stated that he never once needed to reference evolution in any medical class. A coalition of organizations such as the National Academy of Sciences, whose members are 93% atheist or agnostic, and the National Center for Science and Education control most of the government grants intended for schools’ use, fully support the atheism of evolution, and they attack any criticism of evolution.

About the Author

Stanley J. O’Briant after graduating from South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas, Texas, joined the Dallas Fire Department and spent 27 years of service attaining the rank of Deputy Chief and later 7 years as the Director of Public Safety for the City of Desoto, Texas. Mr. O’Briant surrendered for the ministry in 1964, and received a B. A. degree from The University of Texas at Arlington. He attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas from 1969 until 1971. Stanley served as a bi-vocational pastor in small churches and he and his wife Gayla served in the Youth and Young Married Departments of First Baptist Church of Duncanville, Texas, and the First Baptist Church of Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas, when not serving as a pastor elsewhere. Mr. O’Briant also was a substitute teacher at Duncanville High School after retiring from the Public Service in 1991. After many years of service in Youth programs Mr. O’Briant realized that the educational systems had become the focal point for teaching evolution and the philosophy of naturalism and openly critical of Christianity, especially in the colleges where some professors were adamant in spreading the Darwinian gospel. This book is a response to that teaching of a failed theory and the serious consequence of its doctrine.