Catching up with RNCSE


Selected content from volume 29, number 3, of Reports of the National Center for Science Education is now available on NCSE's website. Featured are Steven Schaferman's report on the adoption of a seriously flawed set of science standards in Texas, along with NCSE's Joshua Rosenau's testimony before the Texas state board of education. And Donald R. Prothero reviews Jerry Coyne's Why Evolution is True, Andrea Bottaro reviews Kenneth R. Miller's Only a Theory, and Peter Dodson reviews Donald Prothero's Evolution: What the Fossils Say and Why it Matters.

If you like what you see, why not subscribe to RNCSE today? In the next issue (volume 29, number 5), NCSE's Joshua Rosenau explains how the Institute for Creation Research distorted a Nobel laureate's views, while Raymond Eve reflects on his visit to Answers in Genesis's Creation Museum and Randy Moore describes his visit to Carl Baugh's Creation Evidence Museum. And there are reviews, too, including Charles Israel's review of Reframing Scopes and David Koerner's review of Why the Universe Is the Way It Is. Don't miss out — subscribe now!