Charles Darwin’s Lost Race and Muhammad’s Lost Tribes
Demythologizing The Great Myths
About the Book
Before Charles Darwin was born, his grandfather, Erasmus, wrote a book titled Zoonomia, exploring the subject of evolution. Erasmus was a polymath who was a founder member of the Derby Philosophical Society and a member of the Birmingham Lunar Society. It was, however, to fall to his grandson to put flesh on his ideas and take the accolades. As Charles Darwin’s ideas have been elaborated upon, and confirmed, his denial of God’s existence has caused most of the people in England to welcome his apostasy. It has given them a freedom to express themselves, but that has had costs. A country advances by means of its disciplines, and that includes universities that found belief in God an encumbrance. If only they had taken to psychiatrist Karl Gustav Jung, who famously said he believed in God, rather than atheists Sigmund Freud and Immanuel Kant, things may have been different. Boys in particular need disciplining to reach their true potential, so that they smarten their genes rather than allow them, and their offspring, to become flaccid. The book suggests retired soldiers; particularly those who have overcome serious injuries inflicted in conflicts should play a part in their education in the quest to achieve a virtuous manhood. The book also reflects on fourteen hundred years of Islam and how it continues to plague the world with terrorism.
About the Author
David A Phillips was born into a strong Christian family during World War II. He was employed as a designer of heavy engineering, but at age thirty had to give up the work as the result of a bleed in the brain. He wrote this book to highlight the problems caused in his native country as a result of disbelief in God, and of the consequences of Islamic extremism.