To the Orleans Parrish:
Hello. It has been abundantly reported that the New Orleans Parrish has decided not to include Creationism or Intelligent Design in its curriculum. The world of Atheism and the National Center of Science Education are "dancing in the street". It is good that you are not teaching the false doctrines of current Creationism, because they do not convey the truth of Genesis. However, it is bad that you are trying to decide for the students whether or not there is a Creator. It is not your place to do so. It is also bad that you are teaching the tenets of Atheism in public schools, using public funds. That is a lawsuit waiting to happen.
What I urge you to do is to also include the correct
opposing view to the evolution theory in science class, which is the "Observations of
Moses". Contrary to what Creationism teaches, the first chapter of Genesis is not
about how our Earth and universe were created.
What is commonly called "Creation Week" is nowhere in Genesis. Yes,
there were six days that Moses was shown by God, and Moses was told about the seventh day, but what God was showing
Moses was an explanation of geologic history, before modern mankind (Adam &
Eve) was formed upon the Earth.
For nineteen years, the literal truth of Genesis has been reconciled with scientific reality, specifically that which has been discovered to be true. However, the conclusions of science of that data are that which have been in error. The correct reading of Genesis 1:1 is "4.6 billion years ago, God created this universe, starting with the planet Earth". But what follows verse one must be read differently, in their proper chronological order, which Creationism and Theology do not comprehend.
Attached is a
two minute sample of my presentation (Observations of Moses), that reconciles both science and Genesis, and Genesis chapter one with chapter two. Chapters one and two were narrations of two different time periods of mankind on Earth.
Chapter one was of prehistoric mankind, and
chapter two is of modern mankind.
Near the end,
the days which Moses saw are given in the order in which God revealed them, and again in the chronological order in which they occurred, coinciding with geologic history. The whole presentation is 62 minutes. The Sanhedrin in Israel viewed the complete presentation, and the first
thing they said was "WOW". They didn't believe literal interpretation
of scripture could be reconciled with scientific reality, but there it
You would have to view the complete thing to understand it all. Be advised that no one that has seen the presentation has been able to find any (scriptural) error, including the "Doctors of the Law", the Sanhedrin. It is your responsibly to educate your students, and not to brainwash them with the ideology of Atheism. Without offering a balanced viewpoint, you are favoring one over the other, and unfortunately, you are favoring that which is not true.
I conduct a six
hour class for biology and geology science teachers, to assist them in
properly conveying to the students what Genesis chapter one is teaching
mankind. The sudden "jumps" in the 600+
million year fossil record are explained,
and the 4 billion year geologic strata is addressed.
me, using the contact information provided below.