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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

Friday, April 18, A Movie Will Be Released That I Encourage You To Go Out And See!

Ben Stein's EXPELLED: NO INTELLIGENCE ALLOWED

The following is the Producer's Synopsis:

“For decades now, Neo-Darwinism has maintained a stranglehold within public education, suppressing all other theories on the origins of life - especially those that hint of a ‘designer.’ Oxford professor Richard Dawkins, an evolutionary biologist and author of The God Delusion states, ‘Certainly I see the scientific view of the world as incompatible with religion.’ Students are being bombarded with such propaganda throughout their education; despite the fact that MOST Americans do NOT believe we're the result of ‘random chance.’ Well, FINALLY help is on the way. ‘EXPELLED: No Intelligence Allowed,’ is an upcoming feature film in which host Ben Stein (‘Ferris Bueller's Day Off’) goes on a quest to expose the suppression by science's anti-theist elite, and unveil new scientific facts that may suggest evidence of intelligent design in the universe.

WHAT—Ben Stein’s heroic and, at times, shocking journey confronting the world's top scientists, educators and philosophers, regarding the persecution of the many by an elite few. Ben travels the world on his quest, and learns an awe-inspiring truth that bewilders him, then angers him and then spurs him to action!

WHY—Ben realizes that he has been ‘Expelled,’ and that educators and scientists are being ridiculed, denied tenure and even fired for the ‘crime’ of merely believing that there might be evidence of ‘design’ in nature, and that perhaps life is not just the result of accidental, random chance.

Filming locations: Berlin, Brussels, California, Chicago, Dallas, Galapagos Islands, London, Madrid, New York City, Paris, Rome, Washington D.C.”


Read More About The Production Information, Interviews, and Specifics at Christian Answers Dot Net.

And here are a couple trailers (note, they were put out when the release date was thought to be in February of this year). The second video is over seven minutes long.





And since we are on the subject, this little video called The Watchmaker.

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