When I was born, my grandparents gave me the wonderful gift of a lifetime subscription to National Geographic magazine. In addition to supplying a curious young boy with many years of amazement over the wonders of creation, at 50 years and counting it must have been a great value—especially when one factors in the rampant inflation during that time.
As I grew older, I stopped reading National Geographic for about 15 to 20 years from somewhere in the mid-70s to the 90s. I still valued it at some level because I kept on changing my address as I moved. But spent very little time reading each issue, if at all. When I did finally start reading it again, I noticed it had changed. It was no longer a magazine about nature. It was a magazine with an agenda of proving to the world that God does not exist. Of course, it doesn’t say that out loud. Instead, it uses evolution as its proxy in its propaganda efforts by attempting to prove that every act of creation that Christianity might attribute to God was instead brought about by happenstance. See the 2004 article, “Was Darwin Wrong?” In case you are wondering, their answer is, “No. The evidence for evolution is overwhelming.”
I noticed this again in an article, Worlds Apart, in the most recent issue.