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Get Expelled! In what promises to be one of the most effective tools in recent times to expose the massive problems with naturalistic evolution as well as the ruthless tactics of its defenders, American actor, comedian, lawyer, writer, economist, game show host, and speechwriter Ben Stein is releasing the documentary Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed this spring. Make plans to see it!
The documentary asks the question, “What happened to freedom of speech?” The press release continues:
What freedom-loving student wouldn’t be outraged to discover that his high school science teacher is teaching a theory as indisputable fact, and that university professors unmercifully crush any fellow scientists who dare question the prevailing system of belief?
The documentary includes interviews with a number of academics who have been “expelled” for suggesting there is design in nature.
Stein adds, “Big Science in this area of biology has lost its way.” The documentary, two years in the making, includes interviews with a number of academics who have been “expelled” for suggesting there is design in nature, along with interviews with well-known atheists such as Richard Dawkins who attempt to defend the current institutional treatment of intelligent design.
Answers in Genesis, which was offered a special preview screening of Expelled, is enthusiastic that this documentary could earn the attention of millions worldwide who are unaware how the educational deck is stacked in favor of Darwinism and against any hint of design in nature. A strong turnout on the film’s opening weekend could bring media attention that will turn heads and bring more viewers out, alerting even more to watch the film and learn the truth about Darwinian dogmatism.
Please make plans to see Expelled when it is released (April 18)! We will continue to post details in News to Note leading up to the release date, and hopefully we’ll be reporting on the media coverage (and controversy, most likely!) the film sparks after its release. Visit getexpelled.com for more information, including trailers and an interview with Ben Stein. We especially recommend the “super trailer,” which you may want to show to friends (especially unsaved friends) to encourage them to see the film. Our guess is that once you watch the trailer, you’ll be as excited as we are for the film to be released!
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