Simon Brown.

Proverbs 8:34-36 Blessed is the man who hears me, watching daily at my gates, waiting at my door posts. For whoever finds me finds life, and will obtain favor from Yahweh. But he who sins against me wrongs his own soul. All those who hate me love death.” Psalm 84: 11 For Yahweh God is a sun and a shield. Yahweh will give grace and glory. He withholds no good thing from those who walk blamelessly. 12 Yahweh of Armies, blessed is the man who trusts in you. 1 John 5:5 Now who is the one overcoming the world, except the one believing that Jesus is the Son of God?

Thursday 16 April 2015

Did Charles Darwin Really Say That?

Charles Darwin admitted and believed Christianity was not supported by evidence. READ MORE.
Charles Darwin admitted and believed, ''Christianity was not supported by evidence" Ref Darwin by Adrian Desmond, James R Moore p.658.
There are literally 100s of biblical archaeological finds and Bible discoveries confirming The Holy Bible is an accurate historical text book. There are literally 100s of bible prophecies accurately fulfilled proving The Holy Bible is  true and reliable. There is not one single Archaeological discovery that has truly contradicted a Biblical reference in the Bible.
There are literally 100's of biblical archaeological finds and Bible discoveries confirming The Holy Bible is an accurate historical text book. There are literally 100's of bible prophecies accurately fulfilled proving The Holy Bible is true and reliable. There is not one single Archaeological discovery that has truly contradicted a Biblical reference in the Bible.
There are millions of people who have seen heaven or hell in a  Near Death Experiences, proving there is life  after death as confirmed in many verses of the Bible like: Luke 16.19 and Matthew 10:28. The examples of Jesus' skill in telling parables. No person in the world could reveal such great secrets,  unless He was from heaven, and was God Himself.
There are millions of people who have seen heaven or hell in a Near Death Experiences, proving there is life after death as confirmed in many verses of the Bible like: Luke 16.19 and Matthew 10:28. And the examples of Jesus' skill in telling parables. No person in the world could reveal such great secrets, unless He was from heaven, and was God Himself. Visit There we canl see over and over again, ''Archaeology Proves The Bible''
Conclusion. Charles Darwins assumptions are erroneously  completely  utterly  shockingly  incorrect  mistaken  in error  inaccurate  imprecise  untrue  false  invalid  unsound  unfounded  without foundation  faulty  flawed and wide of the mark.
Conclusion. Charles Darwin's assumptions are ''erroneously'' ''completely'' ''utterly'' ''shockingly'' ''incorrect'' ''mistaken'' ''in error'' ''inaccurate'' ''imprecise'' ''untrue'' ''false'' ''invalid'' ''unsound'' ''unfounded'' ''without foundation'' ''faulty'' ''flawed'' and wide of the mark. 
          One does (not) need to be a claver scientist to see how Charles Darwin's statement is truly wrong.
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Emma Brown arriving at Darwins house.
Emma Brown arriving at Darwin's house.

Emma at Darwin's Laboratory

Emma at Darwins garden.

Emma at Darwin's Garden and front door.

                                                                                         Darwin's shop.
Emma at Darwins bedroom window overlooking his out house.
Emma at Darwin's bedroom window overlooking his out house.

 Darwin's large bedroom.

The view from Darwin's bedroom window.

Emma looking out of Darwin's bedroom window.

                                                                Emma inside Darwin's out house.

                                                                    Charles Darwin's conservatory

Charles Darwin's theory

Where Darwin walked dally.

The church where the family regularly went to, as Darwin's wife was a Christian of some kind.

Emma at Darwin's Laboratory

Darwin's experiments.

                                                                  Old green house in Darwin's garden.

Elizabeth Cotton, Lady Hope

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lady Hope in 1887
Elizabeth Reid Cotton,[1] Lady Hope (9 December 1842 – 8 March 1922) was a British evangelist who encouraged women preaching to men and the Temperance movement.
In 1915, Hope claimed to have visited the British naturalist Charles Darwin shortly before his death in 1882, during which interview Hope said Darwin spoke of second thoughts about publicising the theory of evolution. That Hope visited Darwin is possibly true, though her interpretation of what Darwin said at the putative interview is much less likely.[2]


Elizabeth Cotton was born in 1842 in TasmaniaAustralia, the daughter of British irrigation engineer, General Sir Arthur Cotton, and spent her childhood in Madras, India, while her father supervised water management and canal projects in Andhra Pradesh. Returning to England on her father's retirement in 1861, the family resided in Hadley Green and came under the influence of the Rev. William Pennefather, an evangelical Anglican clergyman. Cotton also meet many contemporary evangelicals during a three-year stay in Ireland.[3]
In 1869 the family settled in Dorking, Surrey—about 12 miles from Downe, home of Charles Darwin—where Elizabeth began evangelistic and philanthropic work, first organising a Sunday school and then a "Coffee-Room," where food and non-alcoholic drinks were served. (She advocated total abstinence.[4]) Cotton held Bible classes and prayer meetings in the hall, and spoke at a Sunday evening service. A contemporary reported that she had "a pleasing, engaging manner and silvery voice, and her message was simple."[5] In 1874–75, Cotton assisted in the evangelistic meetings held by American evangelists Dwight L. Moody and Ira Sankey, counselling women converts.[6]
In 1877, at the age of 35, she married a widower, retired Admiral Sir James Hope, an evangelical and temperance advocate who was 34 years her senior. Cotton therefore became Lady Hope of Carriden. Sir James died four years later.
Thereafter Lady Hope opened several additional coffee houses and settled in London where she became involved in the work of the Golden Bells Mission in Notting Hill Gate. She was a prolific author, writing more than thirty books "which dealt with evangelistic and temperance themes," many containing "personal anecdotes reminiscent of the Darwin story."[7]
In 1893, she married T. A. Denny, an evangelical Irish businessman, 24 years her senior—though she continued to use the name "Lady Hope." She and Denny opened hostels for working men and provided accommodation for soldiers returned from the Boer War. Her father died in 1899, after which she published a biography.[8] After Denny died in 1909, Hope was taken advantage of by an ex-convict whom she befriended and to whom she entrusted her finances. In 1911 she was declared bankrupt.[9]
In 1915, 33 years after Darwin's death and shortly after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Hope told her story about her meeting with Darwin at a Bible conference in Northfield, Massachusetts. In 1922, Hope died in Sydney, where she is buried.

Lady Hope's story of her meeting with Charles Darwin[edit]

Charles Darwin in 1881, the year before his death.

Down House, Darwin's home, where Hope claimed she met Darwin.
Lady Hope's story first appeared in an American Baptist newspaper, the Watchman-Examiner, on 15 August 1915, the story preceded by a four-page report on the summer Bible conference held in Northfield, which that year ran from 30 July to 15 August 1915.[10]

Original text

It was one of those glorious autumn afternoons, that we sometimes enjoy in England, when I was asked to go in and sit with the well known professor, Charles Darwin. He was almost bedridden for some months before he died. I used to feel when I saw him that his fine presence would make a grand picture for our Royal Academy; but never did I think so more strongly than on this particular occasion.
He was sitting up in bed, wearing a soft embroidered dressing gown, of rather a rich purple shade.
Propped up by pillows, he was gazing out on a far-stretching scene of woods and cornfields, which glowed in the light of one of those marvelous sunsets which are the beauty of Kent and Surrey. His noble forehead and fine features seem to be lit up with pleasure as I entered the room.
He waved his hand toward the window as he pointed out the scene beyond, while in the other hand he held an open Bible, which he was always studying.
"What are you reading now?" I asked as I seated myself beside his bedside. "Hebrews!" he answered – "still Hebrews. 'The Royal Book' I call it. Isn't it grand?"
Then, placing his finger on certain passages, he commented on them.
I made some allusions to the strong opinions expressed by many persons on the history of the creation, its grandeur, and then their treatment of the earlier chapters of the Book of Genesis.
He seemed greatly distressed, his fingers twitched nervously, and a look of agony came over his face as he said: "I was a young man with unformed ideas. I threw out queries, suggestions, wondering all the time over everything, and to my astonishment, the ideas took like wildfire. People made a religion of them."
Then he paused, and after a few more sentences on "the holiness of God" and the "grandeur of this book," looking at the Bible which he was holding tenderly all the time, he suddenly said: "I have a summer house in the garden which holds about thirty people. It is over there," pointing through the open window. "I want you very much to speak there. I know you read the Bible in the villages. To-morrow afternoon I should like the servants on the place, some tenants and a few of the neighbours; to gather there. Will you speak to them?"
"What shall I speak about?" I asked.
"Christ Jesus!" he replied in a clear, emphatic voice, adding in a lower tone, "and his salvation. Is not that the best theme? And then I want you to sing some hymns with them. You lead on your small instrument, do you not?" The wonderful look of brightness and animation on his face as he said this I shall never forget, for he added: "If you take the meeting at three o'clock this window will be open, and you will know that I am joining in with the singing."
How I wished I could have made a picture of the fine old man and his beautiful surroundings on that memorable day!

Rebuttal by Darwin's children

Everyone in Darwin's family denied the validity of the story.[11] In 1918, Darwin's son Francis wrote that "Lady Hope's account of my father's views on religion is quite untrue. I have publicly accused her of falsehood, but have not seen any reply. My father's agnostic point of view is given in my Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Vol. I., pp. 304–317. You are at liberty to publish the above statement. Indeed, I shall be glad if you will do so." In 1922, Darwin's daughter, Henrietta Litchfield, said she did not believe Lady Hope had ever seen her father and that "he never recanted any of his scientific views, either then or earlier. We think the story of his conversion was fabricated in the U.S.A."[12] Leonard, Darwin's last surviving child, dismissed Lady Hope's account as a "hallucination" (1930) and "purely fictitious" (1934).[13]

Subsequent retellings and investigations

Lady Hope gave the fullest account of her story in a letter written (circa 1919–20) to S. James Bole, who first published it in 1940.[14] The story became a popular legend, and Hope's claims were republished as late as October 1955 in the Reformation Review and in the Monthly Record of the Free Church of Scotland in February 1957.
In 1925, J. W. C. Fegan, an evangelist and sometime associate of Lady Hope, commented on her character to one S. J. Pratt, who was investigating the story. Fegan said that although Darwin had certainly been an agnostic, he was also "an honourable, courteous, benevolent gentleman." In contrast, Fegan noted that after Hope had been "adjudicated bankrupt," she had asked him for "a commendatory letter to take with her to America, and it was my painful duty to tell her that I did not feel I could do so."[15]
In 1994 Open University lecturer and biographer James Moore published The Darwin Legend, in which he suggested that Hope had visited Darwin sometime between 28 September and 2 October 1881, when Francis and Henrietta were absent and Charles' wifeEmma was present, but that Hope had subsequently embellished the story.[16] Moore argued that the Lady Hope story bore "all the hallmarks of Lady Hope's anecdotal imagination. Years of tract and novel writing had made her a skilled raconteur, able to summon up poignant scenes and conversations, and embroider them with sentimental spirituality. The distinction between fact and fancy in her writings was never well defined. In her dotage now, she was even less likely to be hard-headed about history. Disgraced in England, displaced in America, she had only a short time before her cancer proved fatal. With everything to gain, what better than to trade off her title, ingratiate herself with 'impressionable' Americans, and launch an edifying myth?"[17]

Did Darwin become a Christian on his deathbed?

I Simon Brown and my wife Emma have visited Darwin's house our self, and did some research on the summer house and discovered there is a large out house that fits 30 people perfectly, which is just opposite Darwin's bedroom window where he could easily see and hear the singing as Lady Hope said.
believe his family could of easily kept this all a secret, as it would be an embarrassment for him to work all his life trying to disprove God, and then admit he was wrong, or his family to do so. However his wife was a firm believer. Sadly what ever the case, Darwin has already done more damage than anyone could imagine. And in any case this story would not make any difference to the majority, if the story be true or false.
Brilliant research and article here click and read Did Darwin become a Christian on his deathbed?

Research by many, including new fossil records, have now proved Darwin's theories were totally incorrect. Sadly it is to late for the millions who have already died in their sins who believed and followed Darwin's theory, who have now lost their souls to hell.
But its not to late for believers to warn others. Let all born again believes remember the words of Jude when he said: 

Keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life. And of some have compassion, making a difference: And others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire; hating even the garment spotted by the flesh. 
Jude 1:21 - 24.
God Promises if you put your trust in Him and believe in His son Jesus Christ the time will come when He will wipe away every tear from your eyes. And there will be no more pain or suffering ever again. God will pour out His love for you forever. Do you want to be a part of Gods family.

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