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Illustrated Antidisestablishmentarianism [Kindle Edition]

Michael Findley , Mary C. Findley
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Book Description

The Bible is a Book of Science
Secular Humanism is a Religion of Mythology
Antidisestablishmentarianism is a word you might have kidded your friends with in your school days. People once thought of it as the longest word in English, but that's probably all the thought you ever gave it. As the title of a book it's a little cumbersome, a little intimidating, except that it's absolutely essential to the discussion of Secular Humanism as America's Established religion and how we can disestablish it.
Follow the history of the founding of America and its degeneration into a secularist state. This secularism occurred in defiance of the greatest documentation in the world. The founding writings spelled out the dangers of Government-Church union. They also gave the simple preventive medicine for that historic poison. Christianity was the cure, and no, it wasn't a contradiction of the so-called "separation principle" that they supported biblical training and Christian conduct as essential to society's survival.
Follow the trail back to the beginning of man's writings, to the Tower of Babel, then forward, to see the hand in hand relationship between men who would be gods and priests who would support and share the quest for ultimate power. All the eras of history, all the continents of the world echo the same message. Man cloaks secularism, the worship of himself, in religion. He demands protection, financial support, and unlimited power for his religion called Secular Humanism. He demands death or disgrace for all who oppose him.
Secularists have hijacked words we once understood. Belief, faith, and trust are legal terms denoting tested and proven evidentiary facts. These words the secularists have redefined into mysticism and opinion, blindness and stupidity. Science is physical observation of the natural world. Secularists demand that Science belong only to them and encompasses presupposition, assumptions, and uniformitarianism or "deep time." The Scriptures themselves prove their scientific nature and worth. More than a score of scientific facts prove that deep time is impossible. Over and over theories of pseudo-science have risen and fallen, refuted by true scientists.
Secular Humanism has permeated government, the church and individuals in ways few fully realize or understand. People must understand it, and stop the progress before belief and freedom are things of the past in America. The Scriptures give many answers and we must heed them.
The book includes multiple appendixes and an exhaustive bibliography detailing the hundreds of sources researched to create this work. Founding documents, court cases, testimony from ancient Greece, India, Meso-America, Africa, and the works of respected scientists and historians all speak with one voice. Secularism, man's reason, and the marriage of government and church are deadly to man's survival.
We believe this book is a necessary complement to the works of many conservative and faithful writers on the subject of why America is in such a decline, such a dangerous position to lose everything that matters.
from Chapter 14 What Does the Scientific Evidence Prove?
Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful.
Samuel Johnson
Christians, unfortunately, believe that science is an enemy. There is good reason, since most who use the word "science" have completely abandoned Johnson's demand that integrity go hand in hand with knowledge, replacing truth with selective evidence which supports preconceived conclusions. Christians should not develop either an antagonism toward true science or ignore the very real contributions of true science. Neither should true scientists ignore the very real foundation of science in Christianity.

Editorial Reviews


***** "As one who was duped by the public schools of the 1950s, this book hits me hard. The lies of society were the main reason I dropped out in the late 1960s. The results of those lies are seen in our modern self-centered, sin-driven culture of rebellion.
This book will give you all the ammunition you need to get yourself straightened out and those you know and love. I recommend you get it and read it. Just the footnotes are worth the price of the book. They worked hard and gave us their research. You need to read this book." Goodreads David Bergsland

From the Author

We are Michael and Mary Findley, co-authors of both Antidisestablishmentarianism, and Illustrated Antidisestablishmentarianism. We have ministered in churches, raised a family of three children, and lived in New York, South Carolina, Arizona, Missouri, and Pennsylvania. We taught in Christian schools, Sunday School and Junior Church. We wrote our own curriculum, plus made videos for our students. Along the way we began working on a project called "The Conflict of the Ages," detailing the influence of Secular Humanism, especially on America. We found that not only does secularism permeate every aspect of life in America, its influence can be traced back to America's Founding. In fact, strange as it may seem, it goes all the way back to the beginning of the idea that the ruler is god to his people with Nimrod and the Tower of Babel. What better way to focus on "humanism" than to make man supreme and shove God aside. Why not make men into gods who are "larger than life," "perfect in beauty," superhumanly powerful benevolent and just? 
People have been blind to the dangers of a supreme ruler with absolute power over their lives. As long as the leader promises to protect them, sometimes from the "unjust, autocratic" God known in the Bible, his subjects will gladly do everything from paying out most of their farm's produce or fruits of their hunting to him, to sacrificing their children at his altars. If you think this isn't happening today, what about tax rates exceeding fifty percent, and skyrocketing abortion and infanticide rates? We are caught in the trap of worshiping man, have been from millennia. Today Secular Humanism is the religion and evolution is the "holy text."

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4 of 8 people found the following review helpful
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Like the other one reviewer of this book, I did not read it. However, I read most of what was available on the "Look Inside" material. I have read and supported true science -- creation science, thinking God's thoughts after HIm -- for decades. Therefore, I would recommend Antidisestablishmentarianism to all readers who want to know truth, and who desire to develop a worldview and a personal lifeview based on truth.

It seems to be a good summary of much that I have read and studied over the past 40 years. From whenever it was in my youth that I was aware of my own critical thinking, when I encountered the idea of macro-evolution, it simply made no sense because it was not based on cause and effect, but merely on ungrounded postulations of those who do not want to acknowledge the existence of a Being whom they just might need to hear and obey.

I would, in caring and concern, direct them to the excellent free resources at (Institute for Creation Research) and These websites are also excellent resources for those who "kind of think" that macro-evolution may not be true, and that there is scientific truth to be learned in the Word of God and the carefully examined universe He created. Such seekers will be well-rewarded w/strong, evidence-based information to undergird their possibly now but weakly held, yet true thoughts regarding the essential nature and cause and final destiny of all we now perceive, and of that which is yet to be seen.
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"The United States Supreme Court has held that secular humanism is a religion. Belief in evolution is a central tenet of that religion." (McLean v. Arkansas Board of Education, 1982)."

So say Michael J. and Mary C. Findley... both on the jacket ("Inside Flap") of their Kindle book entitled "Antidisestablishmentarianism" and at "The Blog of Michael J. and Mary C. Findley and the Findley Family Video Publications."

Their blog regurgitates the opening quote (above), but adds a supporting footnote.:

"The United States Supreme Court has held that secular humanism is a religion. Belief in evolution is a central tenet of that religion."3 Justice Antonin Scalia McLean v. Arkansas Board of Education, 1982.

3 McLean v. Arkansas Board of Education, 1982. Justice Antonin Scalia's dissenting opinion Chief Justice William Rehnquist concurring with Scalia."

Now, for anyone who cares to Google "McLean v. Arkansas Board of Education" -- and go down the rabbit hole -- you'll learn the following:

* McLean v. Arkansas Board of Education was tried (with a decision in early 1982) by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas -- NOT the US Supreme Court.
* The "dissenting opinion" of Justices Scalia and Rehnquist cited by the Finley's was in the 1987 US Supreme Court case of Edwards v. Aguillard -- NOT McLean v. Arkansas Board of Education.
* Edwards v. Aguillard held that creationism is a religious doctrine -- NOT a scientific field of study -- and accordingly ruled as unconstitutional a then existing Louisiana Law mandating its teaching along with evolution.
* Footnote (5) of the dissenting opinion in Edwards v.
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