In an article entitled Two Pillars of Skepticism Leon Jaroff and Paul Kurtz died this weekend Smithsonian.com declared:
Leon Jaroff, the man who founded Discover Magazine in 1980, has died at the age of 85. Paul Kurtz, a philosopher, was only a year older than Jaroff and also passed away this weekend. Together, the two men represent some of the founding ideas of the modern skeptic community.We have compelling information/data that Paul Kurtz left no significant legacy. See: Paul Kurtz, the father of secular humanism, is another atheist failure without a legacy and PZ Myers proves Paul Kurtz, the father of secular humanism, was another atheist failure without a legacy
Let's see what kind of legacy Leon Jaroff left.
Global market share of Discover Magazine according to Alexa:
Unique monthly visitors to Discover Magazine according to Compete.com
Taking an axe to the rickety pillars of evolutionism and atheism
Question Evolution! Campaign with its15 questions for evolutionists campaign is unleashed upon them.
Evolutionists and atheists, the Question Evolution! Campaign axeman cometh! 2012 and 2013 are going to be HORRIBLE years for evolutionism and atheism.
Making 2012 be the WORST year in the history of Darwinism
Making 2013 be the WORST year in the history of Darwinism.
Also, consider this:
Currently global atheism is shrinking in terms of adherents and it is expected to shrink at an accelerated rate due to demographic factors and other factors as well. On the other hand, global Christianity and global creationism are rapidly expanding. The Question Evolution! Campaign can certainly serve as a catalyst for the continued shrinking of global atheism plus assist in the current rapid expansion of Christianity.
Professor Eric Kaufmann told a secular audience in Australia: "The trends that are happening worldwide inevitably in an age of globalization are going to affect us."
Question evolution! campaign resources
Question Evolution! Campaign
15 questions for evolutionists
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 1 - Questions 1-3
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 4–8
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 9-15