Sign the Creation Letter!

On February 15, 2009, many well-meaning churches will celebrate an “Evolution Sunday.” This year’s push to encourage participation is expected to be particularly vocal, as 2009 will mark both the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin and the 150th anniversary of his book, Origins.

The Kanawha Creation Science Group [KCSG] strongly discourages any Bible-believing Christian from endorsing or celebrating an Evolution Sunday. Evolution is a lie which undermines both Biblical authority and the foundational basis of the Gospel. We encourage you to consider the evidence and celebrate a Creation Sunday instead.

To this end, God planted the idea in my mind for this counter-strike against the Clergy Letter Project. We are initiating the Creation Clergy Letter Project to cut through the misinformation and demonstrate that there are Bible-believing Christians who hold fast to the plain meaning of Genesis. We hope you will take the time to consider the evidence and help spread the word to others

Please take a moment to read the Creation Clergy Letter at .

Then, if you agree with the mission of the Creation Clergy Letter Project and will be celebrating a Creation Sunday this February 15th, add your church or ministry’s name to the list of signators!

This step will help to send a strong message to those who’ve compromised Biblical authority by signing the evolutionist Clergy Letter Project and it will help to advertise your church as one that will be celebrating a Creation Sunday in your city and state.

More information and resources related to this project will appear shortly on this KCSG sponsored website.

Let’s get the word out!


–Rev. Anthony W Breeden

aka Sirius Knott 

On behalf of the KCSG


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