In November of 2009, we will be giving away more than 100,000 copies of Charles Darwin's On Origin of Species at 100 top U.S. universities (other individuals and churches have purchased approximately 70,000 copies to also give to students). This will be the entire publication (304-pages). Nothing has been removed from Darwin’s original work. As usual with reprints of On Origin of Species (there have been over 140 reprints), there will be an Introduction. My name will be on the cover (for those who think that we are somehow being deceptive). In one day, 170,000 future doctors, lawyers and politicians will freely get information about Intelligent Design (and the gospel) placed directly into their hands!

Thank you for wanting to help us do this. You can help by financially supporting us, so that we can expand this give-away to many more universities. This is just the beginning: click HERE.

We have completely sold out of the first print run of 30,000, and have placed an order for 175,000 more books.

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A gracious man once said, “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” However, it seems that some contemporary atheists don’t share such honorable convictions. When they found out that I was writing an Introduction to this book, they threatened lawsuits, tried to organize themselves into gangs with the intent of tearing the Introduction out of the book, and have even talked about book burnings:

  • “Perhaps we should just call for a book burning!”
  • “In this instance, I would advocate book-burning.”
  • “I'm not into burning books, but this one deserves to be.”
  • “Anyone up for a large bonfire?”

It would seem that atheists insultingly see themselves as the intellectual saviors of those who haven’t the brainpower to think for themselves. It was Irish playwright and atheist, George Bernard Shaw (1856 – 1950), who rightly warned, “All censorships exist to prevent any one from challenging current conceptions and existing institutions.” Darwin himself said, “A fair result can be obtained only by fully stating and balancing the facts and arguments on both sides of each question.” -- Charles Darwin, Introduction to On the Origins of Species (1859).

Thank you again.


Ray Comfort