And now its time to neuter Darwinism via the widespread dissemination phase of the Question Evolution! Campaign. and via the other efforts of creationists. The web traffic for atheist and evolutionist websites is going to continue to fall. See: Decline of internet atheism and evolutionism and Rise of global Christianity and creationism and the decline of global atheism and agnosticism
We are looking very forward to report shortly on the continued success of Project 200+. Project 200+ is a very exciting project which was officially launched on November 4, 2012 by our Question Evolution! Campaign group. The project seeks to form a coalition of 200+ creationist/Christian organizations. There is no reason to stop at 200, hence the name Project 200+.
More specifically, Project 200+'s goal is to create the world's fastest growing and most powerful coalition of Christian creationist organizations. Organizations which are very effective and efficient at speeding up the growth of biblical creation belief in the world and the decline of Darwinism. And make no mistake, biblical creation belief is exploding in the world and even growing fast in places like secular France. See: Creationism is growing fast!
- Project 200+ was officially launched on November 4, 2012 by our Question Evolution! Campaign group
- 5 reasons why Project 200+ will create the world's fastest growing coalition of creationists
- Project 200+ just gained a new creationist organization from the state of West Virginia
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