ISBN 978-1-60264-393-2, softcover, $13.99, 226 pages.
Who are you? Where did you come from? Are you being told the truth? How does what you believe link you to the world's worst mass murderers, being judged by the color of your skin, super babies of the future, and today's school curriculum?
Mere generations ago, a man named Charles Darwin introduced his Theory of Evolution which permeates today's society. Its premise is that some groups of people are less evolved than others and, therefore, inferior. As a result, millions have died when targeted by race, class or disability.
There are those who say that this same philosophy, that helped fuel Hitler's ovens, has crept into America's school system when no one was watching. Others contend that evolution, which was rooted in racist and class elitism and is today being taught, makes some of us superior and more "fit" to live on the planet. Are you fit enough? Is your family fit enough? Who survives? Who decides?
In America, are we one nation under God or one nation under Darwin? As two worldviews of race and class collide, it is time to decide what you believe regardless of your social status or the color of your skin.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Sharon Sebastian is a writer in a variety of disciplines. Having appeared and written in most media and commercial formats, she currently works in film and television. Degreed in Communications, she is a public speaker with an international marketing background. She has long held a deep curiosity about Darwinian evolution since seeing an ape-to-man chart at the age of twelve. She has now found some answers.
Raymond G. Bohlin, Ph.D., is President of Probe Ministries, a Discovery Institute Fellow, graduate of the University of Illinois (B.S., zoology), the University of North Texas (M.S., population genetics), and the University of Texas at Dallas (M.S., Ph.D., molecular and cell biology). He is a writer of numerous scientific books and articles, public speaker, radio commentator and has lectured and debated on dozens of college and university campuses addressing issues in the creation/evolution debate and other science-related issues such as the environment, genetic engineering, and medical ethics.