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Don’t miss this unique and groundbreaking work exposing how the careers of Darwin skeptics are being brutally attacked and destroyed in many academic institutions throughout America. If you appreciated the movie Expelled, starring Ben Stein, you will find this book picks up where the movie left off.
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When most of us think of persecution, we picture the truly horrid trials of Christians in countries where professing Christ can cost you your life. But there are other forms of persecution. Slaughter of the Dissidents is a unique and groundbreaking work exposing how the careers of Darwin skeptics are being brutally attacked and destroyed in many academic institutions throughout America. Author Dr. Jerry Bergman carefully documents with agonizing detail in his page-turning and mesmerizing case studies the discrimination, bigotry, prejudice, and tactics used against students, professors, and other science practitioners who dare to question various aspects of Darwinian evolution. Updated and revised, 2nd Edition.
“ If you liked the movie Expelled, you are going to love this new book by Dr. Jerry Bergman. Ben Stein’s movie Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed has been called the “tip of the iceberg” regarding the discrimination that exists in many scientific, academic and media communities against those who challenge Darwin’s theory of evolution. With the release of Jerry Bergman’s new book, Slaughter of the Dissidents, you are about to meet the rest of this Titanic-sized iceberg. Bergman experienced the slaughter of his own career over thirty years ago while teaching at Bowling Green University, which started him on a life-long quest to document the academic and religious discrimination exhibited against students, scientists and educators who dare to doubt Darwin. Bergman interviewed over 300 people in his venture to document one of America’s growing hate crimes. He also went to great lengths to interview folks on both sides of each case and sought to have each victim review his case description before publication. Kennedy, Eidsmoe, Bergman and Wirth lay the groundwork in the opening pages to help you understand the context of this situation. Then Bergman dives into a page-turning narrative describing how career after career was mowed down by the big Darwinian machine . . . and there is no end in sight of this growing discrimination, unless you get this book into the hands of everyone who cares about our academic and religious freedoms. ”