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Science and Creationism
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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • A Tale with Many Connections vii
  • Introduction 3
  • For Further Reading 15
  • Notes 15
  • Scientific Creationism Versus Evolution: The Mislabeled Debate 18
  • Notes 61
  • On Defining a Scientific Theory: Creationism Considered 64
  • Notes 84
  • Understanding Fundamentalist Views of Science 95
  • Notes 112
  • Evolution as Fact and Theory 117
  • Creationism: Genesis vs. Geology 126
  • Scientific Creationism: Nemesis of Sociobiology 136
  • Toward an Evolutionary Theology 142
  • Notes 158
  • "Scientific Creationism" -- Marketing Deception as Truth 159
  • Scientific Creationism: The Age of Distortion 167
  • Bibliography 179
  • The "Threat of Creationism" 182
  • Creationism and Evolutionary Protobiogenesis 194
  • Acknowledgment 230
  • Notes 230
  • References 231
  • Evolution -- The Fossils Say Yes! 240
  • Paleontologic Evidence and Organic Evolution 255
  • References 271
  • To Hell With Evolution 282
  • Creation, Evolution, and High School Texts 306
  • References 310
  • A Philosopher's Day in Court 311
  • Notes 338
  • Repealing the Enlightenment 343
  • Judgment 365
  • Notes 392
  • Evolution and the Rise of the Scientific Spirit in America 398
  • Contributors 416
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