The Impact Of Atlas Of Creation in France

In its 2 February, 2007, edition, Le Figaro, one of France’s premier magazines, discussed the Atlas of Creation, written by Adnan Oktar under the pen-name Harun Yahya and published in Turkish, English and French. The report contained the following statements:

Many universities, high schools and colleges in France have received copies of a book titled The Atlas of Creation, consisting of around 770 pages and filled with illustrations regarding Darwinism and evolution. The book, written by the Turkish author Harun Yahya (real name Adnan Oktar) underlines the following:
“Evolutionist frauds and misleading statements” and particularly “the hidden links between Darwinism and such bloody ideologies as fascism and communism”

The author also relies on the large number of fossils unearthed all over the world over the last two hundred years in order to say that “species never changed.”

. . . The author places pictures of magnificent fish, hyenas, ants and starfish alongside pictures of animals and plants that are millions of years older in order to demonstrate that fossils closely resemble living specimens. He thus wishes to show that “living things did not evolve, but were created.”
0000-00-00 00:00:00

Harun Yahya's Influences | Presentations | Audio Books | Interactive CDs | Conferences| About this site | Make your homepage | Add to favorites | RSS Feed
All materials can be copied, printed and distributed by referring to this site.
(c) All publication rights of the personal photos of Mr. Adnan Oktar that are present in our website and in all other Harun Yahya works belong to Global Publication Ltd. Co. They cannot be used or published without prior consent even if used partially.
© 1994 Harun Yahya. -