Essay: Tennessee wave of biblical creation is about to hit the SS Evolution

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A great wave of biblical creation is about to hit the SS Evolution in the state of Tennessee and their ship does not look very seaworthy![1]

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Recently, a Tennessee supporter of the Question evolution! campaign wrote: "I am going to spread this campaign as often as I can and I am expecting big results. The first item on my agenda as far as spreading the campaign is telling my friends about the campaign and getting them involved. In my community I plan on starting a Question Evolution! group that will be highly motivated and extremely dedicated."[2]

Question: Will atheists/evolutionists be able to prevail against creationists in the Bible Belt state of Tennessee when faced with the grassroots Question evolution! campaign?

Answer: They don't have a prayer. Nashville has over 1,000 churches![3] "To be certain to take what you attack, attack where the enemy cannot defend." - Sun Tzu

We all know evolutionists are utterly powerless when it comes to the 15 questions that evolutionists cannot satisfactorily answer. Please see the video: 15 Questions Evolutionists STILL can't answer!

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Just imagine

Imagine the tremendous momentum the Question evolution! campaign will get by attacking evolutionary belief in the Bible Belt state of Tennessee where it is very weak. Of course, the campaign will then sweep across the rest of the Bible Belt states. Just imagine, how much momentum it will have then. It is going to be glorious!

"Invincibility lies in the defense; the possibility of victory in the attack" - Sun Tzu

There is going to be a lot of capsizing of people's evolutionary views in Tennessee. A zealous Question evolution! campaign volunteer is going to be doing videotaped man-on-the-street Question evolution! interviews.[4] Please see: Upcoming man-on-the-street Question evolution! videos

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Videotaped man-on-the-street Question evolution! videos

See also: Capsizing people's evolutionary views via 15 questions

There is going to be a lot of capsizing of people's evolutionary views in Tennessee.[5]

A Question evolution! campaign volunteer is going to be doing videotaped man-on-the-street Question evolution! interviews.[6] A professional video editor is going to help produce the videos.

For additional information please see: Upcoming man-on-the-street Question evolution! videos

We all know evolutionists are utterly powerless when it comes to the 15 questions that evolutionists cannot satisfactorily answer. Please see the video: 15 Questions Evolutionists STILL can't answer!

Imagine

Just imagine seeing videotaped interview after videotaped interview of people being stumped by the 15 questions that evolutionists cannot satisfactorily answer. Of course, once people see these interviews, many will want to do their own videos. It is going to be very educational and a lot of fun.

A picture and a song for evolutionists

Question evolution! campaign

The Question evolution! campaign, launched by the biblical creation organization Creation Ministries International, is a worldwide "grass-roots movement to challenge the anti-Christian dogma of evolution".[7] The focus of the Question evolution! campaign is on 15 questions that evolutionists cannot adequately answer.[8] The 15 Questions that evolutionists cannot satisfactorily answer can be found HERE.

The campaign is being primarily conducted in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and South Africa.[9] In May of 2011, Creation Ministries International and the Traditional Values Coalition decided to jointly initiate a Question evolution! campaign which encourages students and others to "question the evolutionary pseudoscience peddled to them", to wear anti-evolution clothing and to pass out Question evolution! tracts within their schools and community. The Traditional Values Coalition is a church lobbying organization that lobbies for over 43,000 American churches. The campaign features tracts, t-shirts, badges, mugs, etc. and students are being encouraged to participate in the campaign.[10]

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