Thursday, October 25, 2007

Ben Stein Striking Again!

Ben Stein has a new movie scheduled for release in February 2008. The title; "Expelled:No Intelligence Allowed!"
What is to be the subject of this cinematic outlet for his at least semi-towering intellect and wry wit? To quote part of the OVERVIEW page from

Ben realizes that he has been “Expelled,” and that educators and scientists are being ridiculed, denied tenure and even fired – for the “crime” of merely believing that there might be evidence of “design” in nature, and that perhaps life is not just the result of accidental, random chance.

To which Ben Says: "Enough!" And then gets busy. NOBODY messes with Ben.



Just think; An exposition of the fact that there really is growing scientific evidence against neo-Darwinism in a forum where it's likely to get some exposure to the general public. It will probably shock many to learn that scientific discoveries contradicting the theory of universal random evolution are seemingly rare not because few exist, but because they are being suppressed. It might even clear some of the secular-naturalism-induced mental cobwebs designed to keep us from realizing the outright absurdity of the idea that all life came from (to paraphrase Stein) "mud struck by lightning."

I can't wait!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If only he had started this about a month earlier...

Too bad it's coming out after Super Tuesday. Not that I know it would make much difference one way or the other politically, but there are plenty of Ben Stein fans out there, many of whom don't believe in a higher intelligence/designer. I for one think that belief or not in evolution is a non-issue for a President, so it's shameful that it has been slung by moderators since the very first Republican debate.

I'll be voting for Huckabee whether or not I believe like he does (and I don't--at least I'm not as certain about it as he is). The man is a leader, and I admire his ability to unite people of all faiths and affiliations. I also admire that he can and does look to a higher power to guide him. Prayer is meditation, but with the belief that someone is listening. That is powerful.