Dear Editor:

This letter is in response to your editorial published in "The Columbus Dispatch" on Tuesday, September 7, 1999, entitled "Monkey Business -Kansas board foolish in stand on evolution". Your newspaper's obvious bias in favor of evolutionists is the real "monkey business". Following are two quotes from "Refuting Evolution", a new book written by Jonathan Sarfati,

From Page 19
"Actually, evolutionists are often not consistent with their own rules against invoking an intelligent designer. For example, when archaeologists find an arrowhead, they can tell it must have been designed, even though they haven't seen the designer. And the whole basis of the SETI program is that a signal from outer space carrying specific information must have an intelligent source. Yet the materialistic bias of many evolutionists means that they reject an intelligent source for the literally encyclopedic information carried in every living cell."

From Page 107
"Ironically, NASA scientists accept that there have been "catastrophic floods" on Mars that carved out canyons although no liquid water is present today. But they deny that a global flood happened on earth, where there is enough water to cover the whole planet to the depth of 1.7 miles (2.7 km) if it were completely uniform, and even now covers 71 percent of the earth's surface! If it weren't for the fact that the Bible teaches it, they probably wouldn't have any problem with a global flood on earth. This demonstrates again how the biases of scientists affect their interpretation of the evidence."

I am in complete agreement with Dr. Sarfati's statements. The bias of your newspaper is even more obvious and absurd than the bias of the evolutionists!

May God Bless,

Annette Cross, Secretary
Creation Research, Science Education Foundation (CRSEF)

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