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      R.C. Sproul Interviewed Ben Stein on the New Movie Expelled

      Thursday, March 6, 2008

      The new movie dealing with the suppression of Creationism's right of free speech by the world of academia called Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed is coming out soon. This is a great 27 minute interview between R.C. Sproul and Ben Stein, the movie's host. Brian at RecovertheGospel posted this the other day, but I thought it was worthy to post here, as well, for those who weren't aware of it.




      HT: RecovertheGospel

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      3 comments:

      Anonymous said...

      Dont you mean:

      The new movie dealing with Darwinism's suppression of free speech...?

      Lane Chaplin said...

      I was wanting to convey the point that Darwinism is suppressing the Creationists right to free speech. I read back over it and realized I could have worded that better. Hopefully it's clearer now. Thanks for letting me know.

      Joel Tay said...

      I don't think the movie is coming to Singapore, but I would probably get the movie on DVD when it is released.

      Great argument on chance by Sproul.

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