Catching up with RNCSE
Selected content from volume 27, numbers 1-2, of Reports of the National Center for Science Education is now available on NCSE's website, including Tim Heaton's report on his visit to Answers in Genesis's Creation Museum and Eugenie C. Scott's "NCSE: A Decade in Retrospect." And there are reviews, too: Doren Recker reviews Michael Ruse's Darwinism and its Discontents, Michael Ruse reviews Sahotra Sarkar's Doubting Darwin?, Arthur McCalla reviews Philip Kitcher's Living with Darwin, J. David Pleins reviews Arthur McCalla's The Creationist Debate, and David E. Levin reviews Michael J. Behe's The Edge of Evolution, concluding, "the most irritating aspect of this book is Behe's selective use of the ever-expanding base of scientific knowledge as a soapbox from which to shout his embrace of perpetual ignorance."
If you like what you see, why not subscribe to RNCSE today? The current issue (volume 27, numbers 3-4) features articles on the ongoing contretemps at Grand Canyon National Park; articles by Joe Felsenstein and Mark Perakh discussing William A. Dembski's arguments about natural selection and his failure to answer his critics; articles on evolution education policy in the abstract and in the concrete; and the usual slew of reviews, including Lauri Lebo reviewing Matthew Chapman's 40 Days and 40 Nights, Gary S. Hurd reviewing Fazale Rana and Hugh Ross's Origins of Life, and Tim M. Berra reviewing Stanley Rice's Encyclopedia of Evolution. And more is in the pipeline for future issues of RNCSE, including articles by George Bishop and Frans de Waal as well as reports of creationist activity in Florida, Texas, the United States Senate, and Russia. Don't miss out -- subscribe today!