Tom DeRosa is a former atheist and evolutionist who now serves as Executive Director of the Creation Studies Institute, a creation outreach affiliated with Coral Ridge Ministries (D. James Kennedy).

Here are some quotes about evolution from “Evolution’s Fatal Fruit:  How Darwin’s Tree of Life Brought Death to Millions” by Tom DeRosa (Coral Ridge Ministries, 2006).

The following quotes are from the Foreword:

“Evolution ‘liberates’ man to do as he wishes — and to whom he chooses. Charles Darwin understood this. He wrote in his “Autobiography” that one who rejects God ‘can have for his rule of life, as far as I can see, only to follow those impulses and instincts which are the strongest or which seem to him the best ones.” (p. 7)

“It was Darwin’s theory — carried to its logical conclusion — that led to the dead of some 11 million people at the hands of German Nazis. Hitler was a devout evolutionist. He instructed his troops in evolution and had them provided with books by Darwin and Friedrich Nietzsche.” (p. 8)  “Hitler tried to speed up evolution — to help it along. ‘The German Fuhrer, as I have consistently maintained, is an evolutionist,’

British evolutionist Sir Arthur Keith wrote in the 1940s. ‘He has consciously sought to make the practice of Germany conform to the theory of evolution.’ And millions suffered and died in unspeakable manners because of it. Keith also said in his book, ‘Evolution and Ethics,’ that ‘The leader of Germany is an evolutionist not only in theory, but, as millions know to their cost, in the rigor of its practice.'” (pp. 8-9)

Marx, the founder of communism, found in evolution exactly what he needed: a pseudo-scientific foundation for his godless worldview.  Marx wrote Friedrich Engels that Darwin’s ‘Origin’ “is the book which contains the basis in natural history for our view.” (p. 9)

“Communist henchman Josef Stalin became an atheist as a young man, while reading Darwin in seminary.” (p. 9)

The following quotes are from the Foreword:

“Evolution ‘liberates’ man to do as he wishes — and to whom he chooses. Charles Darwin understood this. He wrote in his “Autobiography” that one who rejects God ‘can have for his rule of life, as far as I can see, only to follow those impulses and instincts which are the strongest or which seem to him the best ones.” (p. 7)

“It was Darwin’s theory — carried to its logical conclusion — that led to the dead of some 11 million people at the hands of German Nazis. Hitler was a devout evolutionist. He instructed his troops in evolution and had them provided with books by Darwin and Friedrich Nietzsche.” (p. 8)  “Hitler tried to speed up evolution — to help it along. ‘The German Fuhrer, as I have consistently maintained, is an evolutionist,’

British evolutionist Sir Arthur Keith wrote in the 1940s. ‘He has consciously sought to make the practice of Germany conform to the theory of evolution.’ And millions suffered and died in unspeakable manners because of it. Keith also said in his book, ‘Evolution and Ethics,’ that ‘The leader of Germany is an evolutionist not only in theory, but, as millions know to their cost, in the rigor of its practice.'” (pp. 8-9)

Marx, the founder of communism, found in evolution exactly what he needed: a pseudo-scientific foundation for his godless worldview.  Marx wrote Friedrich Engels that Darwin’s ‘Origin’ “is the book which contains the basis in natural history for our view.” (p. 9)

“Communist henchman Josef Stalin became an atheist as a young man, while reading Darwin in seminary.” (p. 9)