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Darwinism and the Nazi race holocaust
Darwinism and the Nazi race Holocaust
by Jerry Bergman
Darwin and eugenics
Many evolutionists claim that ‘Social Darwinism’ is a distortion of Darwin’s teaching. Yet he clearly held to many social Darwinist views, and his cousin and son promoted eugenics.
by Bill Muehlenberg
Darwinism and World War One
While the Second World War is more obviously connected to Darwinism, it also played an important role in the first.
by Lita Sanders
Dawkins and Eugenics
Prominent Darwinist and anti-Christian, Professor Richard Dawkins, says he hates to be agreeing with Hitler on the point, but applying eugenics to breeding humans is a pretty good idea after all.
by Carl Wieland
Herero genocide
German settlers, feeding on ideas of evolutionary superiority, perpetrated genocide on the noble Herero people of Namibia.
by Marc Ambler
The lies of Lynchburg
Enthusiastic disciples of Darwin formulated eugenics laws in America to prevent ‘undesirables’ from breeding—well before the Nazi ‘racial hygiene’ policies.
by Carl Wieland
The Darwinian roots of the Nazi tree (Weikart review)
Review of From Darwin to Hitler by Weikart.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The trial and death of Adolf Eichmann
Eichmann’s evolutionary worldview provided the rationale for his participation in the Nazi Holocaust, with no regrets.
by Russell Grigg
‘Hooray for eugenics!’
Last century many religious leaders embraced eugenics, the elimination of the ‘unfit’ from mankind’s breeding pool. Invented by Darwin’s cousin Francis Galton, it reached its apex in Nazi Germany.
by Russell Grigg
The Darwinian roots of the Nazi legal system
Nazis were Darwinists so they did not accept the idea of God-ordained human rights. Instead, they believed that the ‘stronger’ would have the ‘right’ to dispossess and destroy the ‘weaker’.
by Augusto Zimmermann
The BBC TV series Darwin’s Dangerous Idea
Leading presenter Andrew Marr’s 3-part TV series adulates Darwin and his ideas, but makes some important admissions about their tragic consequences.
by Philip Bell
The Christian Nazi myth refuted
A review of: The Swastika against the Cross: The Nazi War on Christianity by Bruce Walker
by Lita Sanders