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RNCSE 33:6 now on-line

NCSE is pleased to announce that the latest issue of Reports of the National Center for Science Education is now available on-line. The issue — volume 33, number 6 — features Adam Laats's "The Missionary Supposition: Evolution Education and Creationist Culture" and Michael D. Barton's "Bite-Sized Darwiniana," reviewing James Randerson's collection The Origin of Darwinism. And for his regular People and Places column, Randy Moore discusses the teacher Ken Hubert.

Plus a host of reviews of books (and a film) on science and religion: David L. Gosling reviews C. Mackenzie Brown's Hindu Perspectives on Evolution, Timothy H. Heaton reviews Gerald Rau's Mapping the Origins Debate, Joel W. Martin reviews Kenneth H. Olson's Lens to the Natural World, James F. McGrath reviews Peter Enns's The Evolution of Adam, Keith B. Miller reviews From the Dust: Conversations in Creation, and Justin D. Topp reviews Richard F. Carlson and Tremper Longman III's Science, Creation, and the Bible.

All of these articles, features, and reviews are freely available in PDF form from http://reports.ncse.com. Members of NCSE will shortly be receiving in the mail the print supplement to Reports 33:6, which, in addition to summaries of the on-line material, contains news from the membership, a regular column in which NCSE staffers offer personal reports on what they've been doing to defend the teaching of evolution, a regular column interviewing NCSE's favorite people, and more besides. (Not a member? Join today!)