Atheist Dr. Michael Zimmerman’s pro-evolution Clergy Letter Project has a list of over 14,400 ministers who affirm that evolution is true and that the Genesis record is a teaching myth like Aesop’s Fables.

Since 2006, Zimmerman has also promoted the celebration of an Evolution Sunday in churches throughout the world. Evolution Weekend’s highest participation rate came in 2009, the Year of Darwin, which marked the 150th anniversary of the publication of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species as well as Darwin’s 200th birthday: 1,049 Congregations from all 50 States, the District of Columbia, US Virgin Islands and 15 Countries participated.

Participation has dropped since then, but evolutionists still use the Clergy Letter Project and Evolution Weekend to imply that molecules-to-man evolution and religion are compatible. Never mind that, statistically speaking, folks who embrace millions of years of goo-to-you-by-way-of-the-zoo evolution go on to abandon the Christian faith.  The reason for this rejection of religious truth is easy enough to see; just as Jesus told Nicodemus, “If I tell you of earthly things and you believe not; how will you believe when I tell you of heavenly things?” (John 3:12), those who reject the “earthly things” of the Bible concerning Creation, the Fall and the Flood of Noah often go on to reject the “heavenly things” of the Bible, like the Gospel itself. You see, a literal, historical Genesis is the foundational basis of the Gospel itself.

CreationSundays.com was established a few years later to encourage churches to celebrate a Creation Sunday rather than preaching Darwin from our pulpits and Sunday school lecterns.

Evolution Sunday is held on the weekend nearest Charles Darwin’s birthday;  so we invite you to celebrate a Creation Sunday on that weekend instead, but frankly any weekend of the year in which your congregation decides to boldly take a stand for the literal, historical reliability of the Genesis revelation is great!

If you’re interested, you can find ideas for how to celebrate your Creation Sunday at this link.

Also be sure to visit our Facebook page at http://facebook.com/creationsunday


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