Four Score and Some Odd Years Ago, & Nothing's Changed!

"If you believe in evolution instead of Jesus, you'll end up in hell!"

The lunacy below was excerpted from:

by Jack T. Chick

Before you read Jack Chick's (yes, that's JC's) comic strip Bible tract (below), remember that over eighty years ago in 1925, Tennessee passed a law that made it
". . . unlawful for any teacher in any public schools . . . to teach any theory that denies the story of the Divine Creation of man as taught in the Bible, and to teach instead that man has descended from a lower order of animals."
It took more than four decades for Tennessee to repeal that law in 1967. Yet, here we are, more than eighty years since the law was first passed, and the same debate still rages in America. The United States is being left in the pre-enlightenment dust, while the rest of the modern world continues to move ahead.

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Apes, Lies, and Ms. Henn

In previous panels, we learned that their regular, fertile teacher is out while
 giving birth to twins. Meanwhile, their apparently barren and nasty substitute
   teacher, wicked Ms. Henn, takes advantage of the opportunity to indoctrinate
  the innocent children with the despicably evil, satanic Theory of Evolution.

After the fiendish Ms. Henn berates sweet, virtuous li'l Susy in the
hallway, she returns to continue poisoning the minds of the children.

JTC On Drugs?

No way WE came from apes!

Click down here for some actual evidence.  

Also see some of our other evolution pages, featuring Jon Stewart,
Stephen Colbert, Ali G, Kent Hovind, Bill Maher, Lewis Black, Duane Gish,
Penn & Teller, Ed Helms, Bill Hicks, Richard Dawkins, and much more:

Evolution SchmevolutionCreationism vs Science
Supernatural SelectionSPAM versus Intelligent Design
and E. O. Wilson's call for a religion like Yoism.

Teaching Fairy Tale Delusions to Children

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Creation vs Evolution, Simpson Style (along
with a very brief version of the creation
story believed by most Americans).

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