Has Darwin Erased the Self-Evidence of our God Given Rights?
Presentation by Vincent Newmeyer
Sponsored by Liberty Rock School
Location:
Upstairs at Brigham Larson Pianos
1497 State St, Orem
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2016 at 7:00pm

Thomas Jefferson in penning the Declaration of Independence proclaimed that it is "self-evident, that all men are created equal," and it is by this line of thought that he declared that "they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights."

Yet in our schools and popular media we have exclamations like:

"The theory of evolution has also deeply influenced our way of thinking about ourselves. ... One reason is, of course, that evolution is in contradiction to the literal interpretation of the Bible. Another difficulty is that it seems to diminish human significance. ... [T]he new biology ask[s] us to accept the proposition that ... we are not fundamentally different from other organisms in either our origins or our place in the natural world." (Invitation to Biology fifth edition Curtis and Barnes p 11).

Could this be correct? Is the "self-eviden[ce]" of a "Creator" just an illusion or an inference which has failed in light of modern "scientific investigation"? In this talk Vincent Newmeyer explores the foundational origins of great nations in history including the United States of America within which nations their citizens enjoyed liberty. These nations include in their fundamental philosophy of law an understanding of a Creator and man's accountability to him.

There is No charge to attend.


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"The theory of evolution has also deeply influenced our way of thinking about ourselves. ... One reason is, of course, that evolution is in contradiction to the literal interpretation of the Bible. Another difficulty is that it seems to diminish human significance. ... [T]he new biology ask[s] us to accept the proposition that ... we are not fundamentally different from other organisms in either our origins or our place in the natural world." (Invitation to Biology fifth edition Curtis and Barnes p 11).
I found this statement of faith in the Utah Biology textbook that was used by my son and my oldest daughter in their high school AP biology class. In fact, the first 11 pages were a big setup between the "science of evolution" and traditional religious belief. As it turns out it is not uncommon to find this type of statement in Utah's biology textbooks. True, the above is one of the more blatant statements, however, this type of dogma is in fact found even in the recently proposed update to our current science standards. Most importantly, this and similar statements which are claimed to be made from "solid science" are actually not supported by the data.

New Science Standards are being proposed for Utah Schools

The Utah State Office of Education is in the process of adopting the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).

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