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Did Darwin Inadvertently Endorse Murder?

Eric Hovind October 15th, 2010

Let’s talk facts. In 1859, Charles Darwin claimed that if his evolution theory were true, there would be lots of evidence. A decade after his bold statement in writing, no evidence had been found. In 1869, Ernst Haeckel introduced a series of drawings that showed a human embryo going through the stages of evolution. Evolutionists relied heavily on this single work as proof of their theory. Darwin himself considered this to be one of the best pieces of evidence for evolution at the time.

False Evidence to Justify a Grievous Wrong

The problem is that Haeckel faked all his evidence. He was even convicted of fraud at his own university, the University of Jenna, in 1875. Yet today the drawings that Haeckel made are still in science textbooks as evidence of evolution. After 120 years of being proven wrong, you would have to wonder, “Why is this lie still in the books?” The answer: It is the only way to scientifically justify an ABORTION! You see, if you take the life of a “fetus” (child) while they are still in developmental stages, then it is not yet a “human,” so therefore cannot be considered “murder.”

Staggering Statistics

Today abortion is the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S. A staggering 14 percent of the abortions performed today are funded by American taxpayers. More than one million abortions have been performed in the United States, and more than one billion abortions have been performed worldwide.

Please watch the following video carefully. In it, you’ll see the staggering truth about abortion, including a gripping video from our friends at You Can Run International.

Please look for the documentary, “My War,” being released soon.