Airbrushing science to suit a fashionable ideological agenda. What do you call that?
Shala Barczewska’s book is fair because it offers critiques of both evolution lobbyists and ID proponents and other Darwin-skeptics.
The Alabama lawmakers have taken a step forward for their state. Against the censors, they have stood up for excellent science education.
They seem particularly distressed about those “movements” that do not encourage people to “accept” evolution.
As we’ve already noted, Texas recently concluded its science standards streamlining process.
Adaptation, if anything, demonstrates intelligent design, not Darwinism.
Mackenzie is one of the oldest and most respected universities in Brazil.
Speaking at Biola University, Dr. Nelson asks, “If Human Were Created, Why Are We So Close to Chimps Genetically?”
These are dangerous times for free speech in the Western world.
Zelinski’s articles portray the science standards battle as a struggle to introduce creationism or intelligent design into Texas’s science curriculum.