Yesterday I tweeted this:
New Cosmos TV series shown in public schools uses tax dollars to basically tell students to worship the stars, imposing atheism on students
And it’s true. Neil deGrasse Tyson does basically tell students to worship the sun/the stars. For instance he says in episode 8:
Our ancestors worshipped the sun. They were far from foolish. It makes good sense to revere the sun and stars because we are their children. The silicon in the rocks, the oxygen in the air, the carbon in our DNA, the iron in our skyscrapers, the silver in our jewelry—were all made in stars, billions of years ago. Our planet, our society, and we ourselves are stardust.
Well, as a result of my tweet, secular bloggers and others went rather ballistic—for instance, these sorts of headlines appeared: “Ken Ham is a Liar,” “Creationist Ken Ham Fears New Cosmos Series Will Create Pandemic of Reason and Critical Thinking,” “Ken Ham Disparages Schools Showing Cosmos in Class for ‘Imposing Atheism on Students.’”
Secularists for too long have been allowed to impose their anti-God religion of evolution/millions of years on generations of kids—and we are seeing the consequences in an increasingly secularized culture and large numbers of young people drifting from the church.
I followed up my tweet about the Cosmos series with:
We need to call out programs like Cosmos for what they really are- indoctrinating people in an anti-God religion to underminine Christianity
Secularists don’t like being exposed for who they really are and what they’re really doing - imposing an anti-God religion on the culture
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Oh, and I tweeted this morning:
We have a 1st amendment for free exercise of religion so Christians can use social media and secularists can choose not to follow them
By the way, a scientist who frequently writes for us, Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell, wrote a detailed review of each of the programs of the new Cosmos program—and then she and an AiG author also wrote an article titled “Secularists Can’t Handle AiG’s Cosmos Reviews.”
You may be interested in these two articles about the Cosmos series:
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