Dear Friends of the Kolbe Center,
Once again, I would like to thank all of you who have prayed and contributed financially to the production of our DVD series "Foundations Restored." Something amazing is starting to happen, as more and more Catholics are starting study groups in parishes, homes and even seminaries to study our materials or to view and discuss the DVD series. If nothing of the sort exists in your area, please prayerfully consider doing something along those lines in your local parish, college campus Newman Club, Catholic school, home-school coop, or in your own home. The Teacher's Guide that comes with the DVD series will allow any faithful Catholic to lead a fruitful discussion of the series, episode by episode. In a foreword to the Teacher's Guide, Bishop Linus Wanok wrote:
This Guide for teachers contains a set of expertly coined and thoroughly filtered questions that lead one into the reality and reasonableness of the Supernatural Creation-Providence framework in explaining the origin of all that is, visible and invisible.
It is a manuscript that keeps a truth-seeker in suspense and eager to draw out from it as much as possible. Drawing from the patristic wisdom to the discoveries of modern science, climbing on the wings of common sense, this Guide is an invaluable tool in the hands of teachers of religion. In fact, its content offers what society has lacked for a long time.
It harmoniously blends philosophy, theology, natural science, psychology, and mathematics, into a kind of "Truth-Seeking Guide."
I therefore highly recommend the use of this Guide as a trusted tool.
As most of you know, we have dedicated the DVD series "Foundations Restored" to a young man named Connor McCullough who died of cancer at the age of 17 - and to his generation of young Catholics. Connor attended a Catholic high school where students who held fast to the traditional doctrine of creation were mocked and ridiculed, but Connor respectfully stood his ground. His father, Dr. Jim McCullough, is a pathologist who appears in "Foundations Restored," and both of Connor's parents were well versed in the fatal flaws in the molecules-to-man evolutionary hypothesis. Like the prophet Daniel of old, who refused to believe the elders who impugned the character of chaste Susannah, Connor and the young men and women affiliated with the Kolbe Center expose the contradictions in the testimony of the elders who impugn the Immaculate Bride of Christ, alleging that She taught error in the past in regard to origins and needed to be "corrected" by godless scientists like Charles Darwin and T.H. Huxley who hated Her and wanted to destroy Her.
The young members of several families affiliated with the Kolbe Center have proven that humor can sometimes be a more powerful weapon to wield against evolutionary errors than rational argument. The producers of Darwin's Documentaries have just released their third production, "Evolution Yet to Come," now available on the Kolbe website - a production that shows just how ridiculous our evolutionary trajectory would be - if the transhumanist vision of man were grounded in anything more than fantasy.
The humor of the latest Darwin's Documentary highlights the catastrophic effects of the acceptance of evolutionary hypothesis on scientific and medical research, as it has led generations of brilliant scientists and medical researchers to abandon the traditional Creation-Providence Framework of their Christian ancestors with its presumption of stable form and function throughout the biosphere for the Cartesian-Darwinian Framework with its presumption of flux and dysfunction. When the Cartesian-Darwinian Narrative is finally exposed as a fraud and the Creation-Providence Framework is restored, the era of peace promised by Our Lady of Fatima will witness a golden age of scientific and medical research.
With prayers for God's blessing upon all of you this Christmas, I am
Yours in Christ through the Immaculata in union with St. Joseph,
P.S. Keith Jones has made a new trailer for the DVD series. Please spread the word!
P.P.S. It is sad that apologist Mark Shea has seen fit to publish another ill-informed diatribe against Catholics who defend the true doctrine of creation against evolutionary mythology. Robert Sungenis has written an excellent critique of Mr. Shea's latest posting on the subject at this link.