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William Crawley | 10:29 UK time, Thursday, 8 October 2009

An Creationist campaign group is distributing 175,000 copies of Darwin's On the Origin of Species -- with a new 50-page "introduction" by Ray Comfort.

The organisation is called Living Waters, and they have secured the cooperation of the well-known Christian actor Kirk Cameron, who had recorded this advert for the organisation:

The author of the new introduction to Darwin's book, which points out the books supposed errors and makes an appeal for a literal reading of the Bible, is previously published books with such enticing titles as: "You Can Lead an Atheist to Evidence, But You Can't Make Him Think", "The Charles Darwin Bible", "Evolution: A Fairy Tale for Grownups", and "Comfort Food: Delectable Devotions to Satisfy the Soul".



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