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The Answers in Genesis Schism


Jim Lippard reported in RNCSE at the end of 2006 on a split within the Answers in Genesis ministry that pitted the officials running the affiliate in the US against their counterparts in Australia, where the ministry began (Lippard 2006). Although Lippard reported several

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Faith, the Environment, and Evolution

John F "Jack" Haught is Landegger Distinguished Professor of Theology at Georgetown University in Washington DC and director of the Georgetown Center for the Study of Science and Religion. His area of specialization is systematic theology, with a particular interest in issues pertaining to

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Science & Religion
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Why NCSE Should Be Involved in the Science-Religion Dialog

From time to time at NCSE, we hear questions from skeptical, agnostic, and atheistic members who wonder what we are doing getting involved with people of faith. Creationism in its several forms is, after all, largely motivated by religion. Many of the household names in evolutionary science are

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Science & Religion
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NCSE Begins Clergy Program

A vital aspect of NCSE's work is cooperation with organizations sharing common concerns. The number and diversity of groups supporting evolution education is reflected by the nearly 100 position statements NCSE collected in Voices for Evolution - a number that has grown since the second edition

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Science & Religion
RNCSE Article

NCSE Begins Clergy Program

A vital aspect of NCSE's work is cooperation with organizations sharing common concerns. The number and diversity of groups supporting evolution education is reflected by the nearly 100 position statements NCSE collected in Voices for Evolution - a number that has grown since the second edition

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Science & Religion
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Darwinism in "Crisis" - Again

When I heard of a conference that would introduce a scientific means of proving divine intervention in the natural world, thereby falsifying evolution, I knew I had to be there. So, on the evening of December 1, 1999, I headed off to La Mirada, a suburb of Los Angeles, to witness "Darwinism in

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Science & Religion
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An Interview with Edward J Larson


Karl W Giberson is Professor of Physics and Director of the General Science Program, and Donald A Yerxa is Professor of History and Director of the Pre-Law Program, both at Eastern Nazarene College. 

[Edward J Larson won a Pulitzer Prize in 1998 for his book Summer for the

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Science & Religion
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Yes, Noah's Flood May Have Happened, But Not Over the Whole Earth

Introduction

The Bible (Genesis 6–9) describes a worldwide flood (the Noachian Flood) covering even the highest mountains of the earth and the construction of a huge boat (a rectangular box-like craft) that transported animals, at least two of a kind of all land animals on the earth.

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Evolution, Science & Religion
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Mainline Protestant Clergy on Evolution

A recent study of mainline Protestant clergy conducted by Public Religion Research included a few questions about evolution. According to the report of the survey:

Mainline clergy views of evolution and its place in public school curriculum are complex. On the one hand, the majority of

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Evolution, Science & Religion
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Thank God for Evolution! - A Response to a RNCSE Review

"Michael Dowd illustrates in Thank God for Evolution! that there are many ways to be a spiritual person, and that all of them are enriched by an understanding of modern science, especially evolution. This is a creative, provocative book that sheds light on just about

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