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The War between Christianity and evolution

The biggest source of conflict in the sciences is probably the argument between creationism and evolution.  The theory of gradual evolution has become more of a religion than a science.  There is evidence to refute it, no evidence to support it, no reputable scientific journal will publish articles in support of it, yet believers are religious in their devotion to it.

Thomas Henry Huxley / Sir Julian Huxley
Zoologist Thomas Henry Huxley was a contemporary of Charles Darwin and ardently supported his theories (although he did also have some criticisms of Darwin's "On Origin of Species").  His grandson was British biologist and author Sir Julian Huxley.  Sir Julian was once asked why people latched on to Darwin's theory so quickly.  His response was "I suppose that the reason that we leapt at the "Origin" was that the idea of God interfered with our sexual mores."  In other words, at least in the eyes of some of Darwin's closest adherents, evolution was about sex.

Sir Arthur Keith
Sir Arthur Keith was once the #1 evolutionist in Great Britain and has written at least 20 books defending evolution.  At the end of WWII, he said "What we have just seen is, for the first time in history, a modern secular technological state has based itself entirely on the principles of evolution."  He was appalled by this.  He further stated "Let me say in conclusion I have come to this:  The law of Christ is incompatible with the law of evolution.  The two laws are at war with each other.  The law of Christ can never prevail until the law of evolution is destroyed."

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