The Collapse of Darwinism
How Medical Science Proves Evolution by Natural Selection is a Failed Theory
Most people intuitively understand that Darwin’s theory of evolution—natural selection acting upon random mutations—is a wholly inadequate theory for the creation of a human being. And most people feel unprepared to debate those scientists, professors, and scholars who use their academic authority to defend Darwinism, often bullying and belittling those of us who dare doubt Darwin.
Now, Bredemeier identifies and succinctly encapsulates why Darwinism fails. Using anatomy and physiology as only a physician can, Bredemeier exposes the errors and false logic that Darwinian acolytes continue to employ as they protect their mortally wounded theory. Any reader with a high school or college education will become armed with straightforward examples of exactly why Darwinism fails.
From anatomy and physiology of the human body—including neuroscience, genetics, embryology, and other fascinating fields of the increasingly numerous biological sciences—Bredemeier provides indisputable and damning evidence for which academicians, scientists, and even Nobel laureates, who zealously defend Darwinism, have no adequate answer.
Judicial Activism and the Assault on Christianity
Dr. Gregory Bredemeier’s Judicial Activism and the Assault on Christianity is a compelling analysis of the separation of church and state, how the concept of these institutions has changed over the past two thousand years, and how the founding fathers viewed their relationship as they established our country and the documents upon which it would be based: the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. In America today, progressives within our ruling elite are moving away from the Judeo-Christian principles that founded our country and, through judicial activism, moving it away from its founding principles and toward secular humanism. Beginning with an analysis of the Greek and Roman empires, Dr. Bredemeier explores the concept of church and state as defined by these two pillars of modern society, government, and political theory. Moving forward through time he demonstrates how the concept of church and state has remained in a dynamic state throughout the course of history and delineates the Judeo-Christian heritage and Judeo-Christian principles of our founding fathers and the documents they created upon which our country was founded: the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. As time has passed in our country, he reveals how judicial activists have manipulated the law in order to advance a progressive agenda that is compatible with their philosophy of secular humanism. By doing so he is able to illuminate the techniques used by judicial activists in the twentieth century that have altered the relationship between the two foundational institutions of church and state in a manner totally inconsistent with the intent of our founding fathers. Providing in-depth analysis to demonstrate how our legal system operates and to enable you to articulate and defend the Christian worldview that our country was founded on Judeo-Christian principles, Dr. Bredemeier provides an understanding on how these principles are under attack from secular humanism, what its proponents believe, why they believe what they do, and how they carry out those attacks. Judicial Activism and the Assault on Christianity is the second book in a series entitled Defending Christianity.
The Philosophical Attack on Christianity
Dr. Gregory Bredemeier’s “Philosophical Attack on Christianity: How Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle Substantiates God-of-the-Gaps and God’s Providential Action” is more than an in-depth study of the extent of attacks on Judeo-Christian foundations of Christianity by militant atheists and agnostics. It is a blueprint emphasizing a dangerous movement that is undermining the fundamentals upon upon which this country was founded. “Does God Exist?” These three words have defined family upheaval, national conflict, and international warfare, yet the answer is as elusive as it is volatile. In this book Bredemeier reminds us that: 1) the machinations devised by militant factions of atheists and agnostics pose a great threat to society, 2) too many of these militants function within the scientific and academic communities, 3) it is vital that we recognize even the most subtle aspect of the attacks, and 4) arguments against the existence of God can be successfully defeated. “Philosophical Attack on Christianity” is an analysis of techniques and ideologies of militant atheists and agnostics who attack Christianity. Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle is described in order to demonstrate that true ontological gaps exist where man has no epistemic access to specific areas of scientific knowledge and therefore logically conclude that God cannot plausibly be removed from reality. This book applies an appropriate God-of-the-Gaps concept and describes how Christian theology is mischaracterized, mis-defined and otherwise manipulated to provide support for a relativistic worldview too frequently found in America’s journalists, academicians, politicians and jurists.