From CreationWiki, the encyclopedia of creation science
Since 2006, the pro-evolution Clergy Letter Project has successfully promoted the celebration of an Evolution Sunday in churches throughout the world. They also have a list of over 12,700 ministers who affirm that evolution is true and that the Genesis record is a teaching myth like Aesop’s Fables.The Clergy Letter Project is often cast in the faces of Creationists to insinuate that we are merely a fringe element of Christianity, because there has not yet been an answer to their challenge. Our silence is used as an admission of our alleged irrelevance.
It is disgusting that this modern-day Goliath gets to mock the people of God, flaunting the compromise of some of our ministers as if it represented the majority opinion, with no answer in kind.
One of the ways we can re-affirm the doctrines of Biblical Creation and Catastrophism and answer the mockery of Evolution Sunday is by celebrating a Creation Sunday instead. CreationLetter.com was launched in 2009 by Rev Tony Breeden with this goal in mind.
Creation Sunday 2011
In late 2010, DefendingGenesis.org created an official Creation Sunday website to list advertised Creation Sunday services taking place on Creation Sunday 2011 [Feb 13th]. Check it out to attend or advertise a Creation Sunday celebration taking place near you!
Creation Sunday also has a Facebook Cause at http://causes.com/creationsunday.