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Daylight Catholic magazine is now available on Kindle

8/18/2012 - 1:12 PM PST

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HUNTSTOWN, AL (August 18, 2012) - It's a nice achievement, another milestone for Daylight Origins Society with the arrival of Daylight magazine on Kindle. This will be of great benefit to Catholic supporters and potential subscribers as Daylight Origins continue to strive to give value for money and quality. The aim of the magazine is to lay bare the anomalies of Darwin's theory of evolution, and show Catholics how evolution as currently understood actually undermines Catholic doctrines.

The benefits of Daylight Kindle

English Daylight editor Anthony Nevard is the first recipient of Daylight Kindle with the latest Daylight magazine issue no. 44 being uploaded to his personal Kindle book reader. Nevard is impressed with the kindle format which follows the magazine print format to the letter. This means that Kindle subscribers will enjoy the same quality and format of print edition subscribers. This allows Daylight Origins Society to reduce the yearly subscription costs by up to two thirds off the current international rate, with savings on postage as well as print costs. The additional benefit is the speed of delivery, which can be problematic at Christmas time with normal postage.

Daylight magazine History

Anthony Nevard published his first edition of Daylight magazine in the Autumn of 1991, on the back of the original Daylight newsletter which the late John Campbell of Scotland had established in the summer of 1977 as part of a counter evolution group. Sadly, Campbell passed away in 1986 and one of his last Daylight newsletters included his sentiments as his health was failing him. This sentiment was profound to say the least: "What man proposes, God disposes". But John Campbell must be smiling in heaven, with the grace of God, as his initiative is still alive. Nevard has the batten and is still enthusiastic about the message of Daylight, which is this. Darwin's theory of evolution has many problems, and it's almost dogmatic status in the education community is negatively impacting the Catholic Church doctrines to the point where Catholic school students walk away from the Catholic Church convincing themselves, that God exists, but the Church is outmoded, or God does not exist and church goers are weak people.

Daylight future

The next step is access to more stalls to aid magazine promotion, and here too doors are opening with the recent Clonmacnois Festival event in Ireland. The Irish Daylight Tour proved enormously beneficial and 5 Daylight activist provided Daylight material to a faith and science stall at this well attended event. In November 2012 we have Hugh Owen of the Kolbe Center hosting a talk in Ireland called 'Evolution and the culture of death' with scientist guest speaker Thomas Seiler from Germany. The future looks busy for Daylight.


Daylight Origins Society  AL, Dublin 15 IE
Gearoid Spainneach - webmaster,  00353859093190


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