'Sowing Atheism,' Book Exposť of the National Academy of Sciences' Hidden Agenda Available as a Free Download
Contact: Robert B. Johnson, Solving Light Books, 410-757-4630, [email protected]
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland, April 9 /Christian Newswire/ -- Solving Light Books announced today the release of its new title by Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr., "Sowing Atheism: The National Academy of Sciences' Sinister Scheme to Teach Our Children They're Descended from Reptiles." The entire128-page exposé is available now as a free download at www.solvinglight.com. The printed version of "Sowing Atheism" will be available the last week of April.
Mr. Johnson, who holds a general science degree from West Point, wrote "Sowing Atheism" in response to the book, "Science, Evolution, and Creationism" published in January by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS). The NAS sent its book to educators, school boards, and science teachers throughout the United States. According to Johnson, the NAS book falsely affirms that molecules-to-man evolution is a "fact" when, in reality, it does not even meet the minimum conditions for a valid theory of science. "The NAS fails to present any bona fide evidence for the spontaneous chemical generation of life from matter, for the evolution of the sexes, or for what it calls 'speciation,' the alleged evolution of one species into another over vast eons of time," Mr. Johnson said.
To conceal the lack of evidence for its brand of evo-atheism (evolutionist-atheism), Mr. Johnson writes in his book, the NAS book-writers resort to illogic, enchantment, and outright deception in order to mislead and manipulate their readers. "It's all smoke and mirrors, philosophy and empty seduction, not true science," Mr. Johnson added.
On his Web site, Mr. Johnson urges Christians to take advantage of the free download of the book, read it, send it to educators and school boards in their area, and encourage others to do the same.
Mr. Johnson is also the author of "The Parthenon Code: Mankind's History in Marble" and "Noah in Ancient Greek Art."