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Twilight of Darwinism: An Information-Age Evaluation of Unintelligent Evolution

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Walsh, Archbishop Sean (Author)
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  • PHILOSOPHY / General
  • RELIGION / General
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Darwin's thinking, along with that of Marx, Freud and Nietzsche, are the four pillars underpinning the secular humanist worldview that gave rise to the horrors of the 20th century. Fortunately, the other three schools of thought have now been largely abandoned. But Applied Darwinism still exists, although Mussolini, Hitler, Apartheid's Verwoerd, Marx, Stalin, Lenin, Mao and their minions everywhere, by their own admissions, were practitioners of applied Darwinism. Modern science has done so much to disprove this 19th century hypothesis still futilely in search of evidence. Furthermore, the most advanced philosophy of science proved that macroevolution is not possible, even in principle. The Science of Intelligent Design has proven more convincing to even some celebrated authors of evolutionary science textbooks, the "high priests of evolution." Sean M. Walsh served in Washington, D.C. as a Health Systems Research Analyst (NACHC), and as a college teacher and administrator in Goddard College. For 22 years, he served with the U.N. World Food Programme in Africa, Italy and Latin America. With his wife, Emma, he returned to full-time ministry in 2005, and he served as Bishop in Peru and then Archbishop of South America of the Catholic Church of the East-Aramaic Rite. He is a graduate of Villanova U. (B.A., M.A.), Augustinian College (M.A.); did post-grad studies in U. of Central Michigan and in l'Universi de Montpellier, France
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