Documentary examines the silencing of Darwin skeptics in schools

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Mathis says they were able to tell a "very troubling and disturbing" story with Stein's comedic edge. He says the disturbing message of the film is that taxpayer money is being used to "jam" Darwinism, "an atheistic view of life," down the throats of students. Another disturbing aspect the film points out is the silencing and potential firing of those professors who dare suggest an intelligent design to life.


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    The fact of biological evolution doesn't necessarily require atheism.
     
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    True, but it does demand suspension of trusting that God says what He wanted to say, the way He wanted to say it; and it strongly implies that God needs help in stating His case for creation to the "modern highly educated" man.
     

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