Would you trust a dingo?
|March 2005 issue|
14 March 2005
When Lindy Chamberlain, the wife of a pastor, told authorities in 1980 that a dingo had taken her baby Azaria from their tent at Ayers Rock (Uluru) in central Australia, the tragedy quickly became the focus of national attention.
Sadly, the Australian public was more inclined to place faith in the (imagined good) character of a wild dog than in the word of a pastor’s wife. People wore T-shirts emblazoned with the slogan, ‘The dingo is innocent.’
This issue also includes ‘Darwin’s impact: The bloodstained legacy of evolution,’ an eye-opening article recounting the horrific consequences when ideals consistent with evolutionary thought are put into full practice. Yet ‘armchair’ evolutionist academics are trying to ‘repackage’ evolutionism, forgetting the past and shrugging off its evil implications.
Other features in this issue include:
- Alien invasion: Why do millions of people around the world claim to have seen strange flying craft or report being abducted by beings from outer space? The UFO phenomenon has perplexed researchers for decades. Now, a stunning new book bursts onto the scene with solid biblical answers. Read the first-time review.
- Fighting a good fight: Meet antidrugs campaigner Margaret McKay. Find out why this committed and fervent Christian lady has turned her attention to helping people say ‘no’ to drugs, and ‘yes’ to the Christ of the Bible.
Get the grey matter going!
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