Thursday, 9 April 2020



Recently some governments are enacted a law in which,” Laws concerning mandatory reporting to child protection authorities should not exempt persons in religious ministry from being required to report knowledge or suspicions formed, in whole or in part, on the basis of information disclosed in or in connection with a RELIGIOUS CONFESSION. 
As per the Catholic Church Law, Canon 229 (i) of the Code of Canon Law, I am duty bound to write letter to the Governments concerned that some forces are trying to destroy Christianity.
Wherein one official replied to me that “the power is vested with the government but as on the day the governor has no legal power to act through this letter”.
G. ALEX BENZIGER, Attorney at Law, Chennai, South India.


                         THE LETTER

From                                                            Date: June 04, 2019.
No.123, Addl. Law Chambers,
High Court Buildings,
Chennai – 600 104.
South India.
    The Governor General of Australia
    Government House
     Dunrossil Drive

Prime Minister of Australia
Parliament House

Governor of South Australia
    Government House
    GPO Box 2373
    ADELAIDE SA  5001

May it please your Excellency,
Sub: The South Australia has amended the Children 
and Young People (Safety) Act 2017, wherein Laws
concerning mandatory reporting to child  protection
authorities on the basis of   information disclosed 
during a confession be entirely removed– Regarding.

1.I am a practicing advocate in the High Court of Judicature at Madras, South India, with 34 years of Bar Experience. I am professing Roman Catholicism as my religious faith. Our forefathers were converted into Christianity 300 years before. I am hailing from Kanyakumari District, which is situated at the Southern tip of India. I am belonging to the suppressed community (Nadar Caste) in the Travancore Kingdom. The Travancore Kingdom was established in 1729 and ruled till 1949. The Travancore Kingdom merged with India after two years of its independence from the British government. Our family has the genealogy from 1754 onwards till date. (
2.Now, in Australia, there is a threat to the Catholic Church in respect of the SACRAMENT OF COFESSION. Laws concerning mandatory reporting to child protection authorities should not exempt persons in religious ministry from being required to report knowledge or suspicions formed, in whole or in part, on the basis of information disclosed in or in connection with a RELIGIOUS CONFESSION. The South Australia amended the Children and Young People (Safety) Act 2017, ministers of religion will be subject to strict mandatory reporting requirements, which will include information communicated during a confession. The Act is being implemented in two phases - the first phase commenced on 26 February 2018 and the remaining sections of the Act will commence in October 2018.
3.As per the Catholic Church Law, Canon 229 (i) of the Code of Canon Law, I am duty bound to write this letter to Your Excellency that some forces are trying to destroy Christianity.
4. We believe that Jesus Christ is our Lord God and His teachings are binding us. After His Resurrection, He directed His disciples that “Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained” (John 20:19-23) and therefore, we should obey the Will of God. It is impossible that the Church will go against this verse. It is impossible we the Catholics go against our conscience. Pursuant to every Catholic priest taken oath to the Church, the priest is never to break that seal. If necessary, the priests are preferring to die, rather than break the Seal of Confession.
5. Catholics believe that in the confessional we can tell God everything that is on our heart and seek his healing mercy. The priest is only an instrument; he stands in the “person of Christ.” We confess our sins — not to a man but to God. Therefore, Confession is sacred — to every priest and every Catholic.
6. Catholic doctrine of the seal of confession dates back to the Fourth Lateran Council of 1215, which mandated that Catholics confess their grave sins to a priest via the sacrament of Penance. Further, the Code of Canon Law, Canon 983(i) states: “The sacramental seal is inviolable; therefore, it is a crime for a confessor in any way to betray a penitent by word or in other manner or for any reason”. The penalty for any priest who divulges anything heard in confession—or even a penitent’s identity—is automatic excommunication. As per the Canon 1388(i) states that “A confessor who directly violates the sacramental seal, incurs a “latae sententiae” excommunication”.
7. In recent development, in respect of child abuse in Australia, a Royal Commission was set up and a detailed report in which the commission has made 85 recommendations that it says are aimed at better protecting children from sexual abuse that "Laws concerning mandatory reporting to child protection authorities should not exempt persons in religious ministry from being required to report knowledge of suspicions formed, in whole or in part, on the basis of information disclosed in or in connection with a religious confession". Whereas the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference and Catholic Religious Australia’s Responded to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse on August 2018. The laws passed Parliament in July 2017, following consultation with the community and the child protection sector. The Act is being implemented in two phases - the first phase commenced on 26 February 2018 and the remaining sections of the Act will commence in October 2018. The new laws come into effect in October 2018 which change these mandatory reporting requirements. Under the new Children and Young People (Safety) Act 2017, ministers of religion will be subject to strict mandatory reporting requirements, which will include information communicated during a confession. These reporting requirements will also apply to others in the community, such as social workers, educators and police officers.
8.On October 1, 2018 South Australia will become the first Australian jurisdiction to introduce a law compelling a “minister of religion” to report any confessions of child sexual abuse.
9.The religious freedom argument central to the debate
has been that protecting the seal of confession is part of religious freedom. Priests who oppose the proposed law have argued that denying the “confessional privilege would leave them in fear of surveillance and prosecution for their religion”. Religious freedom is recognised under section 116 of the Constitution and by Australian courts. Australia is also a party to a several international agreements that protect religious freedom, such as International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
10.The most recent census shows that Australia is a secular and multi-faith society. Yet, some laws in Australia continue to provide an exception for religious organisations. For example, section 127 of the Commonwealth Evidence Act 1995 confers a privilege for religious confessions. It entitles members of the clergy to “refuse to divulge” a religious confession, but only if the confession was not made for a criminal purpose. Evidence laws in most Australian jurisdictions also protect religious confession privilege. The privilege conferred on religious organisations are taken away by the newly enacted law. It is bad in law.
11. Attack on the Freedom of the Catholic Church is that
once the Seal of Confession is broken, the Sacrament of Mercy—through which God forgives sins through the ministry of the priest—becomes unviable. In other words, the Church loses Her freedom. The Church will effectively become an instrument of the State since She will be compelled to report on all activities of citizens that the State deems necessary. The Government intrudes the conscience of individual citizens.
12. It is far more likely that journalists and lawyers would hear admissions about such crimes. Yet this bill does not propose doing away with the attorney-client privilege or the protection of journalists’ sources. It only targets Catholic priests and Catholics and hence the Government has biased attitudes towards its Catholics citizens.
13. Forcing priests to break the Seal of Confession places them in the excruciating dilemma of having to choose between obeying God and His Church or a secularist court of law! All priests who are faithful to their sublime vocation will answer with Saint Peter: “We ought to obey God, rather than men”. (Acts 5:29). The Confessors under Communism and Nazism suffered prison, torture and execution rather than fail in their duty to preserve the Seal of Confession. Most Rev. Dr. Denis Hart, the Archbishop of Melbourne said he would risk going to jail rather than report allegations of child sexual abuse raised during confession, and that the sacredness of communication with God during confession should be above the law. Hence, we the Catholics are prepared to sacrifice our lives to defend our faith.
14. It is the responsibility of the one sponsoring the bill to prove that this ‘breaking of the seal of confession’ will have the effect they claim. Otherwise, its’ a meaningless political gesture to pander to progressives who already hate the Church. It is undoubtedly an attack on the Church. The child abuse is NOT the concern of Leftist politicians. Their concern is to totally destroy Christianity.
15. In 1809, Napoleon's men entered the Vatican, arrested Pope Pius VII and brought him in chains to Grenoble, and eventually Fontainebleau. His imprisonment lasted five years. The Holy Father vowed to God that, if he were restored to the Roman See, he would institute a special feast in honour of Mary. Military reverses forced Napoleon to release the Pope, and on May 24th, 1814, Pius VII returned in triumph to Rome. Therefore, we the Catholics will be prepared to sacrifice our lives to defend our faith.
16. The South Australian Government will tell all the Australian army men that anyone from defence forces captured in other country, while in torturing in that country he gives the army secrets in full. Is it right?  Is it possible?
          17. Every Government enact laws against terrorism, dacoit, theft, corruption and rapes/sexual abuses, but no Government prevent or eliminate these crimes. Likewise, the child abuses also. But the Catholic Church never compromise this child abuse crime. The Church never teaches against morals or support or teach any form of crime or any form of immoral activities. The Churchmen sacrificed their life for spreading the love, charity and service, that is, commanded by Our Lord Jesus Christ. Therefore, the present law warrants the catholic priests to disclose the child abuse heard during the sacrament of confession to the concerned authorities are cannot be accepted by the Catholic Church on the following reasons:
(i).      “How can you expect a penitent to reveal a crime confessed     before the priest during confession. These are all based upon everyone’s belief based on their conscience. No coercion or compulsion but purely voluntary. In my early days in 1970 there was a sermon given by one traditional priest who told a story that “a penitent Mr. John is confessing his sin before a priest Fr. Mathew and in the opposite side another priest Fr. Mark also hearing confession. While the penitent Mr. John was confessing, a cockroach, a frog and a scorpion were coming out of his mouth but one snake came from his mouth, but the snake could never come out of the penitent’s mouth and finally the penitent went away, the confession was over. The opposite side priest Fr. Mark was watching this scene of confession of Mr. John. This story is explaining that the cockroach, frog and scorpion are the venial sins committed by Mr. John. But the snake represents a mortal sin. The sinner Mr. John was not willing to confess the mortal sin to the confessor Priest Fr. Mathew. Therefore, nobody will expect sinners to reveal a crime confessed before the priest in the confession. The sinner may confess or let it out, but nobody knows but God and the sinner only know the truth. Therefore, the priest being required to report the crime to the police is unwanted, but it is a persecution enacted by the South Australian government itself.
(ii).    Suppose a boy confessed before a priest that he was molested by a man. Very next day when the same man confessed before the priest, but the man did not speak about the said molestation incident. After one week the boy’s father complained to the police. The police called the priest and asked about the man’s confession and the priest told the police that the man said nothing about the molestation. Here we believe the boy or the man or the priest. Further, if the priest was punished, then the judicial system is jeopardised. Because, “Let a hundred guilty be acquitted but one innocent should not be convicted”, this is the basic ethics of the Judicial system.
(iii).    If the seal of the confessional be removed, would any one child would come to the priest in confessional and confess the sexual abuse? If priests were to be forced to disclose the facts of such confessions to law enforcement, it would create even more cases of such abuse, because perpetrators would not confess these sins to a priest, and they would only subconsciously bury their guilt and they would no longer seek neither forgiveness nor a change their own behaviour. Leaving confessions confidential has benefits for both offender and victim. It was given to the priests to be a tribunal in which the sinners feel free to reveal their most profound sins for the sake of spiritual healing. Therefore, the present law is baseless, and it is interfering with penitent’s belief and conscience.
(iv).   The seal of confession, also known as the “sacrament of penance” or “sacrament of reconciliation”, is fundamental to the Catholic faith. Sinners can ask for forgiveness for their sins, allowing them to “reconcile with God and the Church”. It is usually done in the confessional box in churches. The seal applies only to communications made during sacramental confession to a priest. Canon Law 1388(i) forbids priests from disclosing a confession. As per this Canon, a priest who violates the seal of confession, faces ex-communication, which is the most severe form of punishment in the Catholic faith. Saint John Nepomuceno (1340–1393), vicar general to the Archbishop of Prague, was a martyr for the Seal of Confession when he refused to reveal to the cruel and unjust King Wenceslaus IV the contents of the Queen’s confession. Therefore, breaking the seal of confession is meaningless and it is purportedly an attack on the Catholic Church.
(v).     As a matter of fact, that the South Australian Legislatures enacted the law that the minister of religion is to disclose the child abuse while hearing the religious confession is interfering with the Scripture and Church Doctrine, in respect of the Catholic faith of sacrament of confession. It affects the priest’s vow given to the Church. Ultimately the priest would suffer eternal damnation according to the word of God, “if he will not hear the church, let him be to thee as the heathen and publican”. (Mt.18:17). Christianity has been spread all over the world by millions of Missionaries who have sacrificed their lives by fire and were tortured and brutally murdered by lions and other wild animals. We believe that Jesus Christ is our Lord God and His teachings are binding us for ever. Therefore, we the Christians are bound to defend the Catholic Church from any kind of interference to save the teachings of Our Lord Jesus Christ at any cost.
(vi).    Lastly, if a man has written a WILL and after his death, no court or authority has the right to change or alter anything in the Will. It is likewise, the sacrament of confession. It has commanded by Our Lord Jesus Christ and it is written in the Scripture. It is the WILL of God. So, the Catholic Church, or the Pope or any other Ecumenical Body does not have the right to change or alter or modify anything against the Scripture. Therefore, it is impossible to go against the WILL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST.
      In these circumstances it is prayed that the present Laws requiring Catholic priests to break the seal of confession in some cases passed by the Australian Capital Territory’s Legislative Assembly in Canberra on June 7, 2018 is contrary to the Scriptures, Tradition, WILL of GOD and the belief and conscience of the Catholics. Hence the present Law “to break the seal of confession cannot be accepted by the Catholic Church, because the Catholic Church doesn’t have power to deal with it”. Therefore, Your Excellency may be pleased to interfere with the above said law and it may be recalled and thus render justice.
  Yours sincerely,

Copy to: 
1.   HIS EMINENCE CARDINAL PIETRO PAROLIN                               
         Palazzo ApostolicoVaticano,                                       
         Citta del Vaticano 00120 
         Roma, Italy.

Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples
Palazzo di Propaganda Fide
00187 Roma, Piazza di Spagna,48
Roma, Italy.

3.   HIS EMINENCE                   
Archbishop of Colombo                
Archbishop’s House,                          
         Archbishop of Melbourne,
         383 Albert St. East Melbourne VIC 3002,


1-California on June 02, 2019.
Letter sent to                                                                   
In the matter of 
The California Senate passed the law on May 23,2019that SB 360 Section 11166(d)(1) be entirely removed–Regarding.
Copy to:
    Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, 
        Archbishop of Colombo, 
         Archbishop of Los Angeles
     5. HIS EXCELLENCY MICHAEL C. BARBER, SJ                          
         Bishop of Oakland
  2. New York on June 03, 2019.   
Letter sent to                                                         
Governor of New York State
In the matter of
New York State Assembly amended Section 4505 of the civil practice law chapter 520 of the laws of 1965, in the Child Abuse Reporting Expansion (CARE) Act, be entirely removed-Regarding.
Copy to:
1.   HIS EMINENCE CARDINAL PIETRO PAROLIN                              
         Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples
3.  His Eminence Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan
Archbishop of New York
         Archbishop of Colombo                        
3-Costa Rica on June 18, 2019
Letter sent to
The President of Costa Rica
President of the Legislative Assembly
In the matter of 
Proposed Bill would require Catholic priests to tell authorities when they hear confessions of child abuse and pedophilia be entirely dropped–Regarding.
Copy to:
       Prefect of the Congregation for the
       Evangelization of Peoples
        Avenida Cuarta entre Calle Central y calle Primera,

Wednesday, 3 April 2019


           1. Darwinism is a theory of biological evolution developed by the English naturalist Charles Darwin (1809–1882) and others, stating that all species of organisms arise and develop through the natural selection of small, inherited variations that increase the individual's ability to compete, survive, and reproduce. Also called Darwinian theory, it originally included the broad concepts of transmutation of species or of evolution which gained general scientific acceptance after Darwin published On the Origin of Species in 1859, including concepts which predated Darwin's theories. It subsequently referred to the specific concepts of natural selection, the Weismann barrier, or the central dogma of molecular biology. Though the term usually refers strictly to biological evolution, creationists have appropriated it to refer to the origin of life, and it has even been applied to concepts of cosmic evolution, both of which have no connection to Darwin's work. It is therefore considered the belief and acceptance of Darwin's and of his predecessors' work—in place of other theories, including divine design and extraterrestrial origins.
2. English biologist Thomas Henry Huxley coined the term Darwinism in April 1860. It was used to describe evolutionary concepts in general, including earlier concepts published by English philosopher Herbert Spencer. Many of the proponents of Darwinism at that time, including Huxley, had reservations about the significance of natural selection, and Darwin himself gave credence to what was later called Lamarckism. The strict Neo-Darwinism of German evolutionary biologist August Weismann gained few supporters in the late 19th century. During the approximate period of the 1880s to about 1920, sometimes called "the eclipse of Darwinism", scientists proposed various alternative evolutionary mechanisms which eventually proved untenable. The development of the modern synthesis in the early 20th century, incorporating natural selection with population genetics and Mendelian genetics, revived Darwinism in an updated form.
3. Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, as taught as Biology Textbook for Class XII Std. CBSC school, wherein “Unit VII”, the Subject is “Genetics and Evolution”, and in particular “Chapter 7” is describing as “Evolution”. Further it is described in Seven Topics and the last Topic is “Origin and Evolution of Man”. It is published by National Council of Educational Research and Training, 2006, Situated at Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi-110 016 is a biological explanation of how creatures have supposedly “evolved” or developed progressively through natural selection and variation (now known as mutation) over eons of time from the tiny cell to the largest creatures on earth today. What is taught in classrooms is not mere micro evolution—small changes within a species—but macro evolution, the change from one type of creature to another quite distinct life form.
4. What many evolutionists are trying to convince the world of is that there is no need for a Creator since, as they say, evolution can substitute as the mechanism for creating and transforming life. They teach that life arose from non-life and evolved from simpler creatures to more complex life forms. In other words, the tiny cell eventually became an amoeba, then a lizard, then a monkey, and finally human.
5. As one source states: “The dominant life form was the now-extinct sea creature known as a trilobite, up to a foot long, with a distinctive head and tail, a body made up of several parts, and a complex respiratory system. But although there are many places on earth where 5,000 feet of sedimentary rock stretch unbroken and uniformly beneath the Cambrian (layer), not a single indisputable multi-celled fossil has been found there. It is ‘the enigma of paleontological (fossil studies) enigmas,’ according to American paleontologist, evolutionary biologist, and historian of science Mr.Stephen Jay Gould.

 6. If, after almost two centuries of digging beneath all the world’s continents, no previous ancestor of this first hard-bodied creature has been found, how then did the ubiquitous trilobite evolve? There should be some previous ancestor if evolution were true.
7. Further important evidence from the fossil record is the absence of transitional forms between species. Darwin was concerned that the thousands of intermediate stages between creatures needed to prove his theory were not in evidence, but he expected they would eventually be found. Yet those thousands of missing transitional forms are still missing!
8. Another reference explains: “If throughout past ages life was actually drifting over in one continual stream from one form to another, it is to be expected that as many samples of the intermediate stages between species should be discovered in fossil condition as of the species themselves … All should be in a state of flux. But these missing links are wanting. There are no fossils of creatures whose scales were changing into feathers or whose feet were changing into wings, no fossils of fish getting legs or of reptiles getting hair. The real task of the geological evolutionist is not to find ‘the’ missing link, as if there were only one. The task is to find those thousands upon thousands of missing links that connect the many fossil species with one another” (Byron Nelson, After Its Kind, 1970, pp. 60-62).
9. Further important evidence from the fossil record is the absence of transitional forms between species. Darwin was concerned that the thousands of intermediate stages between creatures needed to prove his theory were not in evidence, but he expected they would eventually be found. Yet those thousands of missing transitional forms are still missing!” This is a shocking thing to say! Not only have transitional forms been found across the fossil record but every single fossil ever found is a transitional fossil.

10. The fossil record by its very nature has holes, a fossilization event in large animals is incredibly rare and it is no surprise that there are gaps.

11. When there is no real evidence, evolutionary scientists simply make assumptions.
12. If evolution were true, then where is the evidence of different types of animals now “evolving” into other types? Where is the evidence of cats, dogs and horses gradually turning into something else? We do see changes within species, but we do not see any changes into other species. And, as mentioned, we see no evidence of gradual change in the fossil record either. Yet evolutionists continue to assume that transitional forms must have existed.
13. In Darwin’s landmark book On the Origin of Species there are some 800 subjective clauses, with uncertainty repeatedly admitted instead of proof. Words such as “could,” “perhaps” and “possibly” plague the entire book.
14. Evolution is still called a theory—a possible explanation or assumption—because it is not testable according to the scientific method, as this would require thousands or millions of years.
15. This chimp human argument has always been a favourite evolutionary propaganda trick but can be argued another way: chimpanzees and humans are so similar because they share the same designer, have been created with the same biological materials. The DNA is different because they have been programmed differently. The only reason however the environment appears so designed for us is because we adapted to it then changed it to suit us. We have the intelligence and physical body to do that. We were created that way. Now if we evolved from bacteria billions of years ago where did all this extra DNA come from? And what about the genetic code for this extra DNA did it just align itself with different instructions? There is a massive difference between a single cell organism and a human astronaut.

16. Micro evolution explains the adaptation and changes we see in organisms over time. This is a fact and indisputable. But evolution cannot explain the origin of life. Living organisms cannot originate spontaneously from inorganic matter. For example, evolution implies that life originated from rocks and minerals. This is impossible. Where did the DNA come from? Without DNA, there can be no transfer of information from one generation to the next. Where did the information come from? How was it stored in DNA? What was the mechanism for the self-assembly of DNA? This is a mathematical impossibility. There isn’t enough time in the alleged 13-billion-year old universe to allow for it. Do the math on the probabilities of an entire DNA helix assembling randomly? Do the probability of even the simplest protein self-assembling randomly. DNA itself is complex, but all the protein enzymes required for transcription and protein assembly is crazy complex. The math doesn’t work.
17. Human descent from apes. Physiologically, apes and humans have a lot in common. But look deeper into the matter and there is a main distinguishing factor: ‘The mind’. An increase in brain size can account for increased intelligence, but no amount of intelligence in animals will ever bring about the self-awareness and creativity of the human mind. There is also no accounting for the 20% of DNA that is unique only to humans and not present in any other animal.
18. Darwin suggested that all the forms of life we see on earth today have descended from more primitive ancestors by slow gradual change over millions of years. This is so slow that it would be impossible to observe during our lifetime. If this actually happened, then the fossil evidence should show a gradual change from one species of animal into another. In Darwin’s days, and still today, the fossil evidence does not show these intermediate life forms. It shows the final species that would be expected with special creation.
19. The reptile-to-bird transition. To factually prove that reptiles evolved into birds, we would need a few transitional species that show something that is in between a reptilian scale and a feather. None exist. There are fully formed birds with reptilian teeth and claws, but they have feathers and all their other features are those of a bird. This doesn't factually prove an evolutionary link. Again, at best an educated guess.

20. Albert Einstein (Nobel Laureate in physics for his explanation of the photoelectric effect) may not have trusted in Jesus, but he still believed in the existence of God. He stated, "I am not an atheist. I don't think I can call myself a pantheist. The problem involved is too vast for our limited minds. We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many languages. The child knows someone must have written those books. It does not know how. It does not understand the languages in which they are written. The child dimly suspects a mysterious order in the arrangement of books but doesn't know what it is. That, it seems to me, is the attitude of even the most intelligent human being toward God. We see the universe marvellously arranged and obeying certain laws but only dimly understand these laws."

       21. India Union Minister Hon’ble Mr. Satyapal Singh (Formerly Additional Director General of Police, Government of Maharashtra) has claimed that Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution is “scientifically wrong” and has suggested that it be removed from school and college curriculum across the country. “From the time we have been hearing stories from our grandparents, ever since books were written, until today, nobody has, either in a story or in writing, said he went somewhere into a jungle and saw an ape turning into a man. This is not written anywhere. Darwin’s theory is scientifically wrong and so, in schools and colleges it must be changed. Since man came on Earth, he has always been man, and will always be man. On series of questioned by many Evolution supporters to the Hon’ble Minister and he reacted and stood by his comment. “I have done PhD in chemistry from Delhi University. I stand by my comment on Darwin’s theory of evolution, which was challenged during his lifetime. Many Western scientists of several developed countries have found loopholes in his theory. In many countries, the theory is not being taught anymore. I therefore stand by my comment”, Mr. Singh told The Sunday Express on 19.01.2018.

          22. Why if species have descended from other species by insensibly fine gradations, do we not everywhere see innumerable transition forms? Why is not nature in confusion instead of the species being, as we see them well defined? Darwin’s theory of natural selection is incapable of finding the link to prove how one kind of creature could evolve in. The “Darwin’s Theory of Evolution” is false on the following reasons:
i). No scientific law accounts for non-living things coming to life. The soil in your garden didn’t turn into trees and flowers. The plants came from seeds, cuttings, or grafts from other trees and flowers. Chemical evolution has not yet found how the first single celled creature could have evolved. Suppose that man was able to make a living cell in the test tube from raw chemicals, what does that demonstrate?
ii). It is probably heard the famous question: Which came first, the chicken or the egg? It’s a real dilemma for an evolutionist to answer. An egg comes from a chicken, yet the chicken comes from an egg. If chicken first, then, it is male or female, the question will arise. How can there be one without the other?
        iii). Formerly, there is a belief in the Greek mythology that Hercules, the god who carried the weight of the world on his shoulders. Now it is disproved. 
         iv). Our forefathers have found in the universe that there are 9 planets and 27 stars and predicted their movements without any modern scientific equipments. In astrology the movement of planets and stars are calculated accurately and also found 12 houses. Further a planet, for e.g. “Saturn” is occupied in a house for 30 months, wherein during that period, all the planets including “Saturn” are occupied certain period known as ‘bhukthi’ in the 30 months. Further they predicted the date, time and seconds about the new moon, full moon and eclipse. But the same forefathers were not told us anything about the ape turned man.
v). In the Tamil Literature, the great poets lived in 2000 years ago, the Sage Thiruvalluvar and Sage Tholkappiar wrote various books, namely, Thirukkural and Tholkappiam, wherein too, the saints were not told us anything about the ape turned man.
vi). We the advocates to defend murderers and other accused only as a client to save them. Accordingly, we the advocates are formulating a defence within the parameters of the existing law to get him escaped from the clutches of law. Likewise, Darwin is defending the theory in which he is having a belief by collecting the evidence in the biological and historical events in connection the evolution of a human being.
vii). Who are all supporting and promoting the Darwin theory with the support of available some materials in hands and they are telling the things which are about million/billion years ago what happened? and how they arrived the conclusion of such million/billion years? How it is possible, it is unbelievable.