Using Evolution to Justify Sin-----and Genocide

In the following article, the author is absolutely right to draw the connection between evolutionary theory and sin. The genocidal regimes of the 20th century stand as grim, horrifying testaments to this connection. Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin justified the enslavement, torture, and murder of 60,000,000 men, women, and children on the basis of their "non" evolution, that is, they were deemed to be dinosaurs whose time was past, but since they had not as yet died out, Communists decided to "help evolution" along by exterminating them so as to allow for the emergence of the Soviet Man. Hitler likewise justified the liquidation of millions on the basis of evolution. In this case, all "unevolved" human weeds had to be exterminated to make way for the coming Aryan Man.

Though not widely known, from its' inception PlannedParenthood's real purpose was and remains eugenics, that is, human breeding. In fact, during America's first Progressive administration under Woodrow Wilson, eugenicists built a program for human breeding that was so admired by Hitler that he based his own human breeding program on America's. It was only after discovery of Hitler's Holocaust that American eugenicists quietly disappeared, only to resurface as family planning clinics. Posing as friendly family planners, PlannedParenthood eugenicists have thus far exterminated in excess of 30,000,000 unborn just here in America. Through the UN, eugenicists ply their deadly trade throughout Asia, China, Africa, and elsewhere....Linda


The blame game is nearly as old as man himself. Ever since Adam sinned in the Garden of Eden, man has been trying to find excuses to justify his sinful behaviors. When confronted by God, Adam blamed Eve and Eve blamed the serpent. We are so quick to blame someone or something for our wrong behavior in a feeble attempt to appease the guilt we feel inside.

These days, we see concerted efforts to use evolution to not only excuse our sinful behaviors and lifestyles but also to justify them.

In yesterday’s article, The Origin of Human Prejudice, we saw how some researchers are trying to justify our tendency to form prejudices against others. According to them it’s part of our 25 million year evolutionary history that we share with monkeys and apes. In other words, I can’t help being prejudice against you because its part of my genetic heritage. I have a legitimate excuse for my sinful behavior. It’s not my fault!

The August 15, 1994 Time magazine cover article read: Infidelity: It may be in our genes. The article was reporting on a new study that studied the great apes, our supposed closest evolutionary relatives. Based on the premise that chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans were not monogamous the researchers concluded that it is not in man’s evolutionary genetic makeup to be faithful to their spouses. Since polygamy is genetic, we should expect humans to cheat on each other. In other words, I can’t help cheating on my spouse because its part of my genetic heritage. I have a legitimate excuse for my sinful behavior. It’s not my fault!

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