[geocentrism] Re: The ultimate goal

  • From: Neville Jones <njones@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: geocentrism@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2007 19:04:52 -0800

Dear Jack,

Yes, the "ultimate goal" of an "evolutionary process" ought surely to be seen as a contradiction. It's as if some evolutionists want to keep open the possibility of design as some sort of insurance policy.

What I find sad is that the vast majority of people would not be moved if we were to re-establish the central position of the World in the universe and make it as universally taught as the heliocentric/Star Trek description. They would simply prefer the fantasy, the lie, the lack of responsibility that the geocentric system contradicts.

Still, must keep plodding on.


-----Original Message-----
From: jack.lewis@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Sat, 22 Sep 2007 17:35:29 +0100

Dear Neville,
just in case you haven't read any of the material that Bernie flagged-up, I thought that this telling piece evolutionary philosophy might be of interest to you.
This quotation is by Darwinist writer, Roger Lewin:
The Copernican and Darwinian revolutions dislodged humans from a position of centrality in the universe of things. Nevertheless, even if humans are accepted as the product of an evolutionary process in common with other species, it is still possible to view Homo sapiens as a special product of that process and indeed as its ultimate goal.[i]
Where did the 'ultimate goal' come from? heliocentrism and Darwinism clearly go together. Without heliocentrism Darwinism would never have got off the ground.

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