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Monday, April 07, 2008

Creationists Love "Expelled"

Since I visited Ken Ham's Creation Museum last summer, I've been getting regular email updates from him. Most of them are too vacuous and preposterous to circulate, but I thought this was humorous- Ken Ham's glowing endorsement of the upcoming film "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed."

Dear AiG supporter,

I thought it very important to send you another email this week. You see, the news is so important that I also want you to send this email to your pastor and friends.

As you know, Darwinists have been expelling any hint of creation or intelligent design from public schools and research institutions. Now, many of them are expelling people from their academic posts in a desperate attempt to defend their evolutionary worldview.

The upcoming film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed comes to theaters next week (April 18). Already a highly controversial film, its host Ben Stein (whom I met last month) is on a personal quest to discover more about the topic of origins and to expose the ruthlessness of many evolutionists. Even though Stein is not a creationist and is not a Christian, he presents the evidence of intelligent design we see in the world and exposes the censorship efforts of leading evolutionists.

I encourage you to visit right now and discover more about this excellent, entertaining, and enlightening film. I’ve seen it twice now, including at a special preview screening at our Creation Museum. You need to see how our education system is expelling freedom of speech—and then you should do something about it.

For a theater listing, go to

If you don’t see your local theater listed, call the manager and say you want to watch Expelled.

Please be a “creation evangelist.” Let your family and friends know about this film (send them this email with your words of endorsement), and then direct them to our website where they can find out more about the gospel message.

Thank you,

Ken Ham

President, Answers in Genesis
"No intelligence allowed," indeed. The message is clear- "Expelled" promotes a creationist message, for the purpose of driving people to Christianity. Hey, at least they're finally being honest about their motives.

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At 4/13/2008 1:45 PM, Blogger breakerslion declaimed...

I still say a better title would have been, "Excreted." More accurate. As for the film, I would rather watch the bacteria responsible for crotch rot multiply in a Petri dish.

At 4/15/2008 2:06 AM, Blogger Marshall declaimed...

I just say, "of course they're being expelled!" They're trying to push forth a viewpoint into science that has zero evidence. Science naturally expels unsubstantiated claims. It's why we don't teach Astrology or Palm Reading in schools as well.



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