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The attached photographs show the packed auditorium of 1,400 where I spoke tonight, and the room where Buddy Davis spoke to hundreds of young people at the AiG conference in Avon, Indiana. Buddy and I speak tomorrow (Monday) morning to the K--6 assembly, then the high school-age in the afternoon---and then two more sessions in the evening. Mally and I will then drive home after the meeting---we hope to get home before midnight.

A Bible college student told me they use my videos as part of their coursework---he said the information has not only helped him personally but enabled him to be a witness to his mother. A teacher told me he used AiG videos in his Christian school classes and was also using the information to witness to others. A number of homeschooling families told me they use AiG materials in their home school---one lady told me she didn't have answers to the creation/evolution issue when she was at school, and this adversely affected her, but she said how thrilled she was that her son could now have the answers she never did! I received so many testimonies tonight from people who have been influenced by and are using AiG materials.

The crowd LOVED Buddy's singing tonight! He will give another mini concert Monday night.


The above was the headlines in a newspaper article from the Guardian newspaper in London, UK. The article stated:

A growing number of science students on British campuses and in sixth form colleges are challenging the theory of evolution and arguing that Darwin was wrong. Some are being failed in university exams because they quote sayings from the Bible or Qur'an as scientific fact and at one sixth form college in London most biology students are now thought to be creationists.


In the United States there is growing pressure to teach creationism or "intelligent design" in science classes, despite legal rulings against it. Now similar trends in this country have prompted the Royal Society, Britain's leading scientific academy, to confront the issue head on with a talk entitled Why Creationism is Wrong.


"There is an insidious and growing problem," said Professor Jones, of University College London. "It's a step back from rationality. They (the creationists) don't have a problem with science, they have a problem with argument. And irrationality is a very infectious disease as we see from the United States."

You can read the whole article at: The Guardian---Academics fight rise of creationism at universities.

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