The Evolution Dialogues

by Catherine Baker
Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2006. 208 pages.

Published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, The Evolution Dialogues strives, in the words of its prologue, to correct a host of "deep misunderstandings about what biological evolution is, what science itself is, and what views people of faith, especially Christians, have applied to their interpretations of the science." Rodger Bybee of the Biological Sciences Curriculum Study described it as "an excellent, positive contribution to a contemporary understanding of evolution and religion, and John F. Haught agreed that it "will prove to be very helpful to teachers and students of biology, especially where questions might arise about the scientific status of Darwin's theory and religious implications of evolution."