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- Creationism in Brunswick County
A school district in southern North Carolina
considers "equal time" proposals.
- Implementing Louisiana's Anti-Evolution Law
The Louisiana Science Education Act is law, and
now it must be implemented.
- A Furor over Creationism at the Royal Society
A science educator was embroiled in controversy
over remarks about creationism in the classroom.
- The Latest on Expelled
Eugenie C Scott
The movie is getting publicity again, but as one of
the worst films of 2008.
- Victory over "Weaknesses" in Texas
Language about "strengths and weaknesses" of
"controversial" scientific theories was dropped from
the state standards. But other changes raise concerns.
News from Alabama, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana,
Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico,
Oklahoma,Canada, and the Netherlands.
- News from the Membership
What our members are doing to support evolution
and oppose pseudoscience wherever the need arises.
- Revisiting the Creation/Evolution Continuum
A reminder that there is a range of perspectives.
- Books: Science and Religion Redux
These books explore the relationship between
modern science and religious faith.
- NCSE On the Road
Check the calendar here for NCSE speakers.
SPECIAL FEATURE: MEMBERS' ROUNDTABLE
- Winning Their Hearts and Minds: Who Should
Speak for Evolution?
Daryl P Domning
Domning suggests that scientists who profess
religious faith would help more people to accept
- Response to "Winning Their Hearts and Minds"
Sheldon F Gottlieb
Gottlieb acknowledges the tactical advantage in
Domning's proposal, but worries that this approach
may weaken scientific literacy in the longer run.
- Communicating Evolutionary Science to a Religious Public
Keith B Miller
It is important — for both scientists and the general
public — to recognize how science interacts
with the values and beliefs of broader culture, and
that includes religious belief.
- Keeping Evolution Education in Perspective: A Response to Daryl Domning
Erik B Pietrowicz
It is the public school teacher who is at the forefront
of this issue. How might Domning's approach play
out in the classroom?
- Rejoinder to Comments
Daryl P Domning
Reflections on responses at the roundtable.
- People & Places: The Temple of Serapis
Charles Lyell correctly inferred past geologic processes
by observation at this famous site on a peninsula
that juts into the Mediterranean just west of Naples.
- Thank God for Evolution! — A Response to a RNCSE Review
The author discusses the aims of the book.
- Saving Darwin: How to Be a Christian and Believe in Evolution
by Karl W Giberson
Reviewed by Denis O Lamoureux
- Render Unto Darwin: Philosophical Aspects of the Christian Right's Crusade against Science
by James H Fetzer
Reviewed by Keith M Parsons
- Charles Darwin
by Michael Ruse
Reviewed by Doren A Recker
- Back to Darwin: A Richer Account of Evolution
edited by John B Cobb Jr
Reviewed by Timothy Shanahan
- Evolutionary Creation: A Christian Approach to Evolution
by Denis O Lamoureux
Reviewed by Stephen J Godfrey