2008-04-24

Expelled: Intelligent Design


So we took our two oldest sons to see the movie "Expelled: Intelligent Design" because we like to keep them aware of what is going on in the world. We all really enjoyed it. It is a documentary format, so if you think you are going to see some epic, high adventure movie - save your money. But if you are interested in the fact that professors in colleges, as well as scientists are being dismissed for even mentioning Intelligent Design, which is the theory that life on planted came from a higher being, to some of us knows as God, as appose to Darwin's theory of revolution, then please go.
A press release from the movie states “a disturbing new documentary that will shock anyone who thinks all scientists are free to follow the evidence wherever it may lead.”

The movie also showed a link between planned parenthood and the Nazi movement. It is referred as Eugenics. A pretty name for and interesting concept. I read several articles which confirm such a link. Here is a quote from one of them...

"Similarly eugenic abortions are spoken of as "curing diseases" and at times 'merciful' procedures. The link between the Nazi eugenics movement and the abortion movement is more than ideological. Planned Parenthood foundress Margaret Sanger shared her eugenic ideals with the Nazi's in the early 1930s. Due to the negative press over her association with the Nazi's Sanger changed the name of her organization from the Birth Control League to Planned Parenthood."

During the movie Ben Stein interviews many people (some are real loopy characters) that support the theory of evolution. They claim that life on this planet came from either "cells off the back of crystals" which had unfathomable odds of happening OR life on earth was a planted seed from an alien. Hmmmm, if you can buy that, why is it so hard to even acknowledge there is a "chance" that life on earth was from God.

1 comment:

McGhie Family said...

That sounds like an interesting movie. We'll have to check it out. I like the Planned Parenthood/Nazi comparison. Hmmm...