Fifth Edition  -  ©2003
   1.  Revelation, Reason, and Revolution
   2.  Preparing the Ground
   3.  Foundations for Darwin's Theory
   4.  Science and Geology
   5.  Charles Darwin, M.A.
   6.  The Species Question
   7.  The First Missing Link
   8.  From Mammal to Man
   9.  More Fossil Men
  10. Heads, Organs, and Embryos
  11. The Age of the Earth
  12. Old Earth, Young Earth
  13. From Revelation to Scientism
  14. The Road to Atheism
  15. New World Order
 Appendices Notes Bibliography Index


Darwin and the New World Order


    (Text below is from the printed edition - inside Front Cover)

Virtually everyone who reads these words at one point had to endure the public education system. Some no doubt quickly caught on to the fact that educational success is the result of regurgitating opinions and statements that conform to the doctrines of the system. Others may have rebelled at the lack of opportunity to question that which very often is mere dogma masquerading as fact.

If not stifled and deadened by this mental abuse, a healthy curiosity early seeks answers to those age-old questions concerning man's origin and destiny. Thus it is disturbing to find that, under the guise of orthodox science, any kind of evidence that does not support most textbooks' scenario for our origins has been sedulously kept from the light of day.

In the Minds of Men in particular exposes point by point the fuzzy reasoning behind the textbook explanations, revealing the motivation while at the same time providing a great deal of counter-evidence that has been concealed for far too long. Thoroughly researched from original sources, the scholar and layman alike will find this to be a source-book which traces the humanistic reasoning that runs throughout most of the natural and social sciences.

It closes by showing that the evolutionary viewpoint provides support for many of the social ills of today and, on a world scale, is responsible for the political drive towards one world government. This, according to the declared humanist objective, is mankind's destiny.


IAN T. TAYLOR is a Toronto-based writer and researcher. A university graduate from London, England, he was employed for more than twenty years as a research metallurgist in the laboratories of one of North America's corporate giants. He obtained patents for high-strength weldable alloys, armor plate, and a novel process for the manufacture of heat exchangers. A further five years were spent in the field of television production where he became producer-writer for a science documentary series broadcast throughout the U.S. and Canada.

In the Minds of Men fills a vital gap by relating the humanities to the sciences. The author is currently working on another book to fill a second vital gap -- relating the humanities to the spiritual life.


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